Aydin, Ali Rıza
January 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2003, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p27
Academic Journal
Some psychological factors become an obstacle in the happening of a religious belief and behavior. While some people have no problem of the religious belief some people experience the problem of religious belief thanks to the overwhelming difficulties which rise in the environment which is deprived of spirituality and tend to reject religion belief That is to say, some people has more serious obstacles than other people. This study deals with individual and psychoanalytic factors that lead to atheistic thought.


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