Wednesday, March 11, 2009


  Secular psychology says, Yes! But of course, secular psychology is contrary in its teaching to the Bible. The Word of God says that guilt is important in order to bring about conviction of sin, though often it does not do so because of the hardness of the heart.

   Paul says that the Law causes the world to become convicted, thus "all the world may become guilty (accountable) to God" (Rom. 3:19). James says that if we offend the law at any one point, we are "guilty of (breaking) it all" (James 2:10). Christ says that if we sin we are in danger (guilty) of eternal damnation" (Mark 3:29). To take lightly the Lord's Supper is to "be guilty of the body and the blood" of Christ (1 Cor. 11:27).

   Many seminaries, Evangelical seminaries, today have courses entitled "Integration of Secular Psychology and the Bible." How stupid and blind can one get! Most of our seminaries should be buried and put to rest because they have so move into apostasy and have departed from the pure faith and the teaching of the Word of God! – Dr. Mal Couch