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Psychology of Religion

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  • Judaism and Other Religionsby Alan Brill

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2010; US$ 30.18

    With insight and scholarship, Alan Brill crisply outlines the traditional Jewish approaches to other religions for an age of globalization. He provides a fresh perspective on Biblical and Rabbinic texts, offering new ways of thinking about other faiths. In the majority of volume, he develops the categories of theology of religions for Jewish text... more...

  • Afro-Eccentricityby W. Hart

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2011; US$ 90.57

    Afro-Eccentricity explores three overlapping stories of Black Religion: the Soul, Black Church, and Ancestor Narratives. Hart contends that these narratives dominate most accounts of Black Religion that, collectively, he calls the "Standard Narrative of Black Religion." more...

  • Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciencesby A. Zaidi

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2011; US$ 100.63

    Ali Zaidi discloses a largely unnoticed dialogue between Muslim and Western social thought on the search for meaning and transcendence in the human sciences. This disclosure is accomplished by a comparative reading of Muslim debates on secular knowledge on the one hand and of Western debates on the putative death of metaphysics in the human sciences... more...

  • Women & Catholicismby P. Zagano

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2011; US$ 30.18

    The book investigates three situations in the Catholic Church that point to Catholicism's weak spot: the role of women in the Church. Zagano sheds light on the Catholic Church's hierarchically-imposed laws that keep women at a distance from the holy, whether as liturgical ministers, as wives of priests, or as priests themselves. more...

  • Judaism and World Religionsby A. Brill

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2012; US$ 87.54

    Provides the first extensive collection of traditional and academic Jewish approaches to the religions of the world, focusing on those Jewish thinkers that actually encounter the other world religions -that is, it moves beyond the theory of inclusive/exclusive/pluralistic categories and looks at Judaism's interactions with other faiths. more...

  • The Epistemology of Religious Disagreementby J. Kraft

    Palgrave Macmillan US 2012; US$ 90.57

    Many assume falsely that religious disagreements engage rules of evidence presentation and belief justification radically different than the ordinary disagreements people have every day, whether those religious disagreements are in Sri Lanka between Hindus and Buddhists or in the Middle East among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. more...

  • Why God?by Rodney Stark

    Templeton Press 2017; US$ 12.99

    Why is it that the majority of people, from all socio-economic, education, and ethnic backgrounds, ascribe to some sort of faith? What draws us to religion? What pushes us away? And what exactly is religion anyway? Defining religion over the past century has, ironically, led to theories that exclude belief in God, proposing that all systems of thought... more...

  • Becoming Un-Orthodoxby Lynn Davidman

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 19.99

    Lynn Davidman offers an in-depth study of defectors from Orthodox Judaism, showing how they negotiate the difficult passage away from their families and communities and reconstruct their identities in new social contexts. more...

  • The Varieties of Religious Experienceby William James

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 42.95

    First published in 1902, The Varieties of Religious Experience initiated the psychological study of religion, paving the way for Freud and Jung as well as for clinical and paranormal branches of psychology. Written with humour and erudition, its theories of conversion, saintliness, ecstasy and mysticism continue to provoke controversy and inquiry.... more...

  • Religious and Spiritual Issues in Counselingby Mary Thomas Burke; Jane Carvile Chauvin; Judith G. Miranti

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 56.95

    Religious and Spiritual Issues in Counseling is a comprehensive resource for counselors, psychotherapists and psychologists seeking to understand and incorporate the spiritual dimension of a client's person, and to use this understanding in developing successful intervention strategies with clients. Including case studies and exercises for self-exploration,... more...