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Re: Lou's request for clarification to Buckeye fan-

Posted by Buckeye Fan on February 19, 2005, at 8:49:22

In reply to Lou's request for clarification to Buckeye fan- Buckeye Fan, posted by Lou Pilder on February 19, 2005, at 6:58:54

Glad to oblige Lou....
I have been to several counselors over the years...both saved (christians) and non-saved (not saved)

As a believer...a professional counselor who is also a Bible Believing christian, is far better to counsel another believer as a patient.

So the short answer is yes....while both saved and unsaved counselors may be equal in their education, ability and expertise....a CHRISTIAN
counselor will usually have a better chance to more fully understand the whole man...and thereby
be more effective when counseling another believer

IF there is no christian counselor avaliable in a persons area...then I would most always recommend the best available non-christian counselor in their particuliar area.

Hope this clears it up...if not Id be happy for more dialogue.





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