Readers of this book should get a glimpse of the demons that drive them and the angels who are waiting at the entrance to the cave. They may find that the demons really want to be freed and that the angels are mere mortals with wings attached. So, there is nothing to be afraid of except not learning how to fly. Everyone carries an emotional truth, but some are still in the cave, while others are flying free ("The glory of God is a human being fully alive" -Irenaeus, 130-ca. 200). Cave dwellers can have visitors, and if a visitor happens to be a therapist (or someone else fully alive), light might flood the cave. Cave dwellers have symptoms, problems, and other glitches, but if the visitor can help the cave dweller to experience why the glitches are necessary to have, the cave person may be able to take a new position outside the cave. For more details, consult this book.
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Bruce Parmenter spent twenty years in pastoral ministry, twelve years as director of a church-related counseling center, and twenty-six years in academia at Lincoln Christian Seminary (Pastoral Counseling) and Friends University (Marriage and Family Therapy). He is a retired approved supervisor in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois. He is the author of What the Bible Says about Self-Esteem and Christians Caught in the Divorce Trap.
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