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Fruitful Enrichment of Psychology, Theology and Religion : Essays at the Interface of Psychology,
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For all the talk of dialogue between science and religion, too much work in the field is one-sided. This book corrects this balance by presenting essays that affirm the mutual enrichment of both science and theology through work that engages at their interface. The contributors celebrate the fruitful coming together of insights from the psychological sciences and theology for the enrichment of psychology and theology, as well as religious reflection and practice. A pioneer in the field of religious cognition, Fraser Watts has sought to re-envisage psychology and theology (as well as contributing to a renewal of scientifically-informed religious reflection and practice) in light of their consonant contribution to our understanding of the human person and the world within which we live. This collection brings together leading scholars to celebrate Watts’ contribution and to continue that project of a fruitful enrichment of psychology, theology and religion.
Number of Pages: 224
Genre: Religion + Beliefs
Series Title: Ashgate Science and Religion
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Street Date: November 28, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-25-6895
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