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  1. Science and Religion: From Conflict to Conversation by John F. Haught, 1995-11
  2. Rethinking Religion: Connecting Cognition and Culture by E. Thomas Lawson, Robert N. McCauley, 1993-01-29
  3. Introduction to Psychology and Counseling,: Christian Perspectives and Applications by Paul D. Meier, Frank B. Minirth, et all 1991-08-01
  5. The Spiritual Path: An Introduction to the Psychology of the Spiritual Traditions by H. F. De Wit, Han F. De Wit, 1999-10
  6. Entheogens and the Future of Religion (Entheogen Project Series, Number 2)
  7. Integral Yoga Psychology by V. Madhusudan Reddy, 1990-02-01
  8. Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives (Cambridge Studies in the History of Science)
  9. Religion and Psychology: Mapping the Terrain by Dian Jonte-Pace, 2000-11-06
  10. The Psychology Of Religion: An Empirical Study Of The Growth Of Religious Consciousness by Edwin Diller Starbuck, 2007-07-25
  11. Film as Religion: Myths, Morals, and Rituals by John C. Lyden, 2003-06-01
  12. The Cosmic Game: Explorations of the Frontiers of Human Consciousness (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Stanislav Grof, 1998-03
  13. Paul Tillich in Conversation: Psychotherapy, Religion, Culture, History, Psychology by James B. Ashbrook, 1988-11
  14. The Transformation of American Religion: How We Actually Live Our Faith by Alan Wolfe, 2005-04-01

101. Search Results
B, Title psychology, religion, and Spirituality. Author DAVID FONTANA. ISBN 1405108053. B, Title psychology, religion, and Spirituality. Author DAVID FONTANA.

102. Forest Institute Of Professional Psychology
psychology OF religion CLUSTER. It includes a variety of approaches to understanding religious and spiritual issues from a psychological perspective.
Psy.D. Program M.A. Program Core Courses Biofeedback ... Download Forms PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION CLUSTER Applications in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Foundations in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Approaches to Religions and Spiritual Issues Philosophical Issues in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality Applications in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
The focus of this course is on integrating spiritual and religious applications to psychological theory and practice. Strong emphasis is placed on decision making in the therapy setting and ethical issues involved in working with religious/spiritual clients. It is recommended that students complete the Foundations in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality course prior to enrollment in this course. (PSY 712, 3 cr) Approaches to Religions and Spiritual Issues This course provides a comprehensive overview of a variety of ways of being religious and/or spiritual. An overview of the major world religions is covered. Particular focus is paid to therapeutic issues in dealing with clients from a variety of world religions. It is recommended that students complete the Foundations in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality course prior to enrolling in this course. (PSY 711, 3 cr)

103. SASNET: Psychology Of Religion, Lund
SWEDISH SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES NETWORK. Department of psychology of religion; Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University
Department of Psychology of Religion; Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University:
Addres s: Allhelgona Kyrkogata 8, SE-223 62 Lund
Web page: Contact person: Professor Antoon Geels , phone: +46 (0)46222 90 54. Personal web page:
South Asia related research at the department
Professor Antoon Geels is an Internationally recognised authority in his field. Over the years he has done a lot of research connected to South Asia, most notably on Nepal. In the last few years he has been very active in research on different aspects of Religious Mysticicm around the World.
Mysticism and Psychology Sudhir Kakar Globalisation and Hindu Nationalism our page on local SASNET activities In the Fall 2003 the department arranges a 5 credit part time course on The Psychology of Meditation , starting from descriptive studies on Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity.

104. Guardian Unlimited | Archive Search
anthropological literature about the origins and functions of religion, but in recent advances in developmental, cognitive and evolutionary psychology.,4273,4351726,00.html
Go to: Guardian Unlimited home UK news World news Archive search Arts Books Business Film Football Jobs Life Money The Observer Online Politics Shopping Sport Talk Travel Audio Email services Special reports The Guardian The weblog The informer The northerner The wrap Advertising guide Crossword Dating Headline service Syndication services Events / offers Help / contacts Information Living our values Newsroom Reader Offers Style guide Travel offers TV listings Weather Web guides Working at GNL Guardian Weekly Money Observer Network home UK news World latest Books ... Search Are we hardwired for God? In all cultures we find notions of gods, spirits and ancestors as supernatural agents, who are remarkably similar to humans. Where do these ideas originate? And why do they persist so strongly in the face of science? In this exclusive essay from the London Review of Books, WG Runciman examines the argument that recent advances in evolutionary psychology hold the answer to the 'God-question'. Guardian Unlimited Thursday February 7, 2002

105. NEICE - Research Interests - Psychology Of Religion And Religious Commitment
NEICE Research Interests. psychology of religion and Religious Commitment. Some Relevant Publications. Leslie J Francis and Carolyn
NEICE Research Interests
Psychology of Religion and Religious Commitment
Some Relevant Publications
Leslie J Francis and Carolyn Wilcox, 'Personality, Prayer and Church Attendance Among 16- to 18-year-old Girls in England', Journal of Social Psychology
Leslie J Francis and Carolyn Wilcox, 'Religion and Gender Orientation', Personality and Individual Differences
Leslie J Francis and Jeff Astley, 'The Quest for the Psychological Jesus: influences of personality on images of Jesus', Journal of Psychology and Christianity
Leslie J Francis and Jeff Astley, 'Personality and Prayer among Adult Churchgoers: a replication', Social Behavior and Personality
Carolyn Wilcox and Leslie J Francis, 'Beyond Gender Stereotyping: examining the validity of the Bem Sex Role Inventory among 16- to 19-year-old females in England', Personality and Individual Differences
Carolyn Wilcox and Leslie J Francis, 'Personality and Religion among A level Religious Studies Students', The International Journal of Children's Spirituality
Leslie J Francis and Carolyn Wilcox, 'Religiosity and Femininity: do women really hold a more positive attitude toward Christianity?'

106. Normative Psychology Of Religion: Religious Leadership
Chapter XXIV from Normative psychology of religion by Henry and Regina Wieman Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York, 1935. RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP.
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Chapter XXIV from "Normative Psychology of Religion"
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Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York, 1935 RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP Contents of this document:
The Relationship Called Leadership

The Right to Religious Leadership

Changing Conceptions of Religious Leadership

Varieties of Religious Leadership
The Emerging Significance of Modern Religious Leadership

THE RELATIONSHIP CALLED LEADERSHIP When society is in a state of flux, the conscious need of leadership is much more urgent than in a tranquil state. At a time of transition, individuals are aware that changes are under way and that new arrangements and processes must be developed. They are acutely aware of many of their needs and problems. They desire leadership, ask for it expressly, and are more open to guidance by leaders. had individuals been awake to the implicit problems during the period of stability. The distinctive culture designated as religious, is an integral part of the total social culture, and is, perforce, conditioned and affected by it. It basks and suffers, vaunts itself and grows anxious, along with general culture. Religious culture has experienced a long, relatively stabilized period. Its leadership, for the most part, has become standardized in type and mission. Now that a period of deeply disturbing transition has come, religion feels the need of leadership in ways and degrees not recognized before. This means, of course, that there are few leaders, regularly trained, who can meet these emerging, acute needs, for most of the present leaders in religion were trained for the stabilized order. The realization of these matters is now sufficiently strong to begin to show in the curricula of training schools and the programs of professional conferences.

107. CSP - 'The Psychology Of Religion: An Empirical Approach' By Spilka, Hood, And G
The psychology of religion An Empirical Approach. Spilka, Bernard; Hood, Ralph W., Jr.; and Gorsuch, Richard L. (1985). Englewood Cliffs, NJ PrenticeHall.

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Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
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The Psychology of Religion: An Empirical Approach. Spilka, Bernard; Hood, Ralph W., Jr.; and Gorsuch, Richard L.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Hardcover, xii + 388 pages. Contents: Preface, 13 chapters divided into 5 parts: 1. Psychological Approaches to Religion, 2.Religious Development, 3. Religious Change, Organization, and Experience, 4. Religion and Behavior: Special Topics, 5. Epilogue, references, author index, subject index. Excerpt(s): It has long been recognized that religious traditions have employed various naturally occurring and synthetic substances in their religious rituals. However, until recently it was rather arrogantly assumed that such concerns were more the domain of the anthropologist dealing with less “advanced” religious traditions. While speculation occasionally erupts with widely reductionistic claims (such as Allegro’s assertion that the Christ of the Judeo-Christian tradition is a personification of a fertility cult whose primitive origins are rooted in the use of the “psychedelic” mushroom amanita muscaria What is of interest in the Good Friday experiment is the conscious effort to select participants committed to religious values to participate in a study that would maximize set and setting factors to elicit a religious interpretation of a drug-induced experience. Ironically, the experiment did not assess the elicitation of either imagery or perceptual variations despite its deliberate selection of a psychedelic substance, psilocybin. This is even more curious given the fact that the studies of elicited imagery under psychedelics indicate that virtually all persons report religious imagery as at least part of the experience, even if such imagery is not self-defined as “religious experience.” ...

108. Virtual Religion Index
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109. The Utnapishtim Sequel
Story/dissertation IndiaWest affairs; Meditation/paranormal religion, psychology, law, politics; Crimes by gurus.
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Being an autobiographical novel and dissertation on the utter Hell brought to the modern world by a guru of India Sinbad The Sailor, by Paul Klee Supplementary Materials Index of India docs The Gospels Unified The Utnapishtim Sequel-> The essence of India's historic Shyaam/Krishna is rapine, violence (war or murder) and deception (lies, fraud and seduction), effected by powers of mind, while the metaphysical essence lies in yoga and philosophy like vishista-advaita a construct and composition not in accord with history. The disparity leads to mental and social disorders. * . . . while yet another Krishna was a 'loud-yelling' non-Aryan asura chieftain of the Jamnaa region who led a 'godless legion' of ten thousand followers and committed great havoc until he was defeated and skinned by Indra. One Krishna was also a Dravidian god of youth. A Vedic passage speaks of a leader of fifty thousand Krishnas, who was captured and slain together with all his pregnant wives so that he might leave no issue. There is evidence to suggest that he was 'a hater of the braahmanic faith' who declared, "I will surely cause the worship of cows, through force if need be' (IV, P. 173).
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"For the elimination of polytheism served to remove much of the capriciousness of divine intervention and to substitute for it the notion of divine pattern and purpose gradually being unfolded in human history . . . God could thus be conceived as divine lawgiver who has on the one hand laid down once and for all the fixed order of the phyical universe and on the other provided the laws to govern human affairs"

110. Ruland, Vernon
Brief descriptions and ordering information for four books on psychology, ethics, and social anthropology by professor of world religions at the University of San Francisco.
4 Recent Book Titles by Vernon Ruland To check book contents and ordering information, click on each book. Author's Biography Next Page

111. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. - Error
Quick search within This journal, International Journal for the psychology of religion. International Journal for the psychology of religion.
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112. SwetsWise: Login
psychology as religion The Cult of SelfWorship Book Excerpt. psychology as religion The Cult of Self-Worship. by Paul Vitz (1977, 1994, William Eerdmans Publishing). This book provides

113. Psychology Of Religion
Summary of information on research publications in the field of psychology of religion, written by Professor Leslie J Francis.

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114. Psychology Of Religion
psychology of religion, Mental Health Information from PsychNetUK. Nielsen s psychology of religion Pages - Good set of religious links. 5/5.

115. Dr Christopher Alan Lewis - University Of Ulster - Psychology Of Religion Resear
psychology of religion. psychology of religion Home Page Przemyslaw Jablonski (Pol / NL). psychologyof religion Home Page - Christine Norstrand (USA).
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Under review Lewis, C.A. (in prep). ‘Expecting Armageddon: essential readings in failed prophecy’ - P.J. Stones. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, (Review) (Order Book) (Review) In press Lewis, C.A. (In press). Implicit religion in the psychology of religion: what the (psychology) papers say. Implicit Religion, 7 (Review) (Order Book) (Abstract) (Abstract) ... (Abstract) Lewis, C.A. (2003). Cleanliness is next to Godliness: a further look. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 24, 239-244. (Abstract) (Full-text version) (Abstract) (Full-text version) ... (Order Book) Lewis, C.A. (2002). Church attendance and happiness among Northern Irish undergraduates: No association. Pastoral Psychology, 50, 191-195. (Abstract) (Full-text version) (Review) (Order Book) ... (Order Book) Lewis, C.A. (2001). Cultural stereotype of the effects of religion on mental health. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74, 359-367. (Abstract) (Full-text version) (Media Coverage) (Abstract) ... (Abstract) Lewis, C.A. (2000). The religiosity-psychoticism relationship and the two factors of social desirability: A response to Michael W. Eysenck (1999). Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 3, 39-45.

116. Centre For Psychology Of Religion (Leuven)
Dirk Hutsebaut's research program within the psychology Department of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). Includes fulltext articles for download.

117. Religious Studies - FaithCentral - Psychology Of Religion
Many psychological theorists have had interesting perspectives on religion. What are we talking about when we discuss the psychology of religion?
Other class topics Art music architecture Beginnings of NZ Church Biblical studies Bio-ethics Changing role of Women Church History Church's year Conscience Morality Values Creation and Co-Creation Ecumenism - Church Unity Eucharist Expressions of Catholic Life Holy Spirit Impact of Media Inspiring men and women Jesus Christ Jesus life and times Justice and Peace Loss grief death dying Mary the first disciple Modern Church History Poverty and wealth Psychology of Religion Religions of the world Sects and Cults Signs of God
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General psychology Many psychological theorists have had interesting perspectives on religion . An overview of some of the classic views: William James, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Gordon Allport, Abraham Maslow, and Alfred Adler and Erik Erikson's work. Ever wonder what those psychological words mean? An easy to understand glossary using examples and descriptions written in "regular" English. What are we talking about when we discuss the Psychology of Religion?

118. Psychology Of Religion Links
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119. Myers, David
psychology of religion, teaching of psychology, positive psychology, happiness, social psychology, hearing loss, sexuality (Hope College, MI).
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120. Encyclopedia: Psychology Of Religion
Updated Apr 05, 2004. Encyclopedia psychology of religion. The psychology of religion deals with understanding the psychological

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