Giving Biblical advice is a false concept.
Stop and think about it. When a man says that he gives "Biblical advice", what is he implying? Why does he use that phrase? The implication is that his "Biblical" advice is correct, right, and true, and should be followed. If the "bible" is the word of God, if it is infallible and inerrant, then would not any advice given from it also be infallible and inerrant? Really?As any rational person can see, with there being thousands of various denominations and cults all claiming to follow the Bible, there is no guarantee that such advice would be practical or right.
Relying upon such advice hinders a person from developing a strong moral reasoning character.