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I bought this for a class and the pretentious wording of this book is extremely off putting. The first chapter is basically about how Adams’ way of counseling is the only way and that any counseling where you’re not trying to “bring someone closer to God” (i.e. prosthelytizing to your patients) then it’s a sin against God. To Adams, any counseling methods that aren’t in the Bible aren’t worth it. All of those secular counseling methods are “displeasing to God.”
This book comes off as egotistical, hypocritical, and honestly, unethical. Evangelizing and forcing God onto vulnerable people is not an ethical way to go about counseling at all.