Anger, Anxiety and Fear
A Biblical Perspective
Our responsibility as Christians is to depend on our God as seek daily to become more like Jesus daily. Often, there are life-dominating sins that greatly hinder us in this transformation. As the challenges of living in an uncertain world increase, the sins of anger, anxiety and fear arise more frequently in our daily lives. We need to be on guard against these sins and know how to resist their temptations when they come.
About the Author
Dr. Stuart Scott teaches at Southern Seminary with over 30 years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry. He served for ten years as associate pastor of family ministries and counseling at Grace Community Church under John MacArthur. Prior to joining the faculty at Southern Seminary, Scott served on the faculty of The Master’s College and Seminary in the area of biblical counseling. He is a fellow and member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and serves as the executive director of the One-Eighty Counseling and Education ministry (a nonprofit ministry partnering with local churches to help equip them in soul care).
Dr. Scott is the author of The Exemplary Husband; From Pride to Humility; Biblical Manhood; Communication and Conflict Resolution; Anger, Anxiety and Fear; Killing Sin Habits; The Faithful Parent (co-authored with Martha Peace); he co-edited the book Counseling the Hard Cases and is a contributor to the books, Think Biblically and Christianity and Counseling: Five Approaches.
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