Psychology of Religion
Psychology of religion is the psychological study of religious experiences, beliefs, and activities.
Other articles related to "psychology of religion, psychology":
... One application of the psychology of religion is in pastoral psychology, the use of psychological findings to improve the pastoral care provided by pastors and other ... Pastoral psychology is also concerned with improving the practice of chaplains in healthcare and in the military ... One major concern of pastoral psychology is to improve the practice of pastoral counseling ...
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“In the religion of all nations a purity is hinted at, which, I fear, men never attain to.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Views of women, on one side, as inwardly directed toward home and family and notions of men, on the other, as outwardly striving toward fame and fortune have resounded throughout literature and in the texts of history, biology, and psychology until they seem uncontestable. Such dichotomous views defy the complexities of individuals and stifle the potential for people to reveal different dimensions of themselves in various settings.”
—Sara Lawrence Lightfoot (20th century)