A critical examination of Bible values in comparison to humanistic counselling. A short book that will challenge the illusion of personal development that many therapists believe they possess. Many Counsellors and Psychotherapists are spiritual or deeply religious. The Bible is often used to as a guide book for morality and virtue. This book examines scriptural attitudes of God, Jesus and Paul and asks if they are compatible with counseling and psychotherapy. In a world where Counselors and psychotherapists are fast becoming replacements for pastors and ministers the question must be asked. Are the attitudes presented in the bible in opposition to morality or do they support it? Is there ambiguity in the bible regarding right and wrong? how should a counselor or psychotherapist view the Bible? This book will be painful for deeply religious people to read as it challenges us to address our incongruities in order to aid personal development and maturity as a therapist.