|Title:||Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality|
|Authors:||James, M. Nelson|
|Keywords:||Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality|
|Publisher:||Springer Science+Business Media, LLC|
|Description:||While the book has a primary focus on Christianity––and I write from that perspective—Hinduism and especially Buddhism have also contributed greatly to the psychology and religion dialogue. Thus, major sections of the book also discuss information related to these two traditions. Unfortunately, some other major religions have not been well studied by psychologists, and so there is not a coherent body of dialogue available for discussion. Thus, there is very little discussion of Judaism in this book, and only a modest treatment of Islam. Hopefully, theory and research will progress in the future so that these important religious traditions will have a more central place in the conversation with psychology|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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