Doing Theology in Dialogue with Psychology

Watts, Fraser
March 2012
Journal of Psychology & Theology;Spring2012, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p45
Academic Journal
The article discusses regarding the dialogue between theology and psychology. It is stated that the principal points of intersection between theology and psychology concerns human nature The importance of religion in the dialogue between theology and psychology is also discussed. It also discusses regarding the psychological significance of particular religious doctrines.


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