Friends, psychology has many functional branches when utilized righteously. It has undoubtedly opened up many fields of care. We are blessed to have been given the ingenuity available for further scientific advancement. But please understand this wisdom: though fire can warm the house, it can also burn it down, depending on the motives of the match-bearer. Exploring the knowledge of the mind and human behaviour will never become more potent than the gospel. Though it can give us greater insight into the world's manner of viewing humanity, we must remain more than numbered spectrums on a scale (Gen. 2:7). When we begin to see each other as nothing more than "disorders," we will lose faith, we will trust more so in men than God for our wellbeing. We must be careful who and what we allow into our thoughts; not everyone is honest. The Word of God is always the best source of therapy when it comes to spiritual health. The Good Book still holds the power to cause change in one's life.
May we always find balance in Christ and remember our brother Paul's words to Christians dealing with similar "advancements" in Corinth, "Where is the wise person? Where is the teacher of the law? Where is the philosopher of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?"