Modern men have suffered from the sense of confusion, estrangement, or futility that have resulted from rapid social, scientific development. In addition, they have drifted aimlessly, lost the sense of security, led unproductive lives, and tried to escape from the reality by being intoxicated with sensual pleasures. The erroneous thought and conduct of modern men come from the spiritual disharmony. Traditional psychological or medical treatments have not been helpful for such people.
At this point, theology and psychology become incorporative to find a proper solution. Religion has offered the psychological counselling as a preventive tool and been a good source to encourage the people who are distressed by trauma and existential problems. In other words, Christian counseling has served as a tool to transform a person by reminding him or her God's love and lessening anxieties.
According to B. Narramore(1981), the basic solutions to psychological conflicts is available only in Christ, since the Bible gives absolute moral, ethical norms. When the Spirit works, they can have greater impact. Thus, a Christian counselor encourages a counselee to confront the Word of God, their sinfulness and weakness, and realities of their lives. When the counselee have deeper understanding about themselves, they can restore the distorted relationship with people.
This article suggests that the counselling that forces the counselee to accept the counsellor's directions has to be replaced by the method of confrontation that allows the counselee to confront their sins, conscience, pain, and crises and then to build up themselves with the Word of God, Since the article does not focus on a specific theme and deals with individual proposals, some doubt can be raised on the connectedness between confrontation and specific examples. Thus, if the method of confrontation is applied to counseling cases, it would be helpful for further studies.