DSPC 250 The Psychology of Religious Experience

A study of religious behavior utilizing insights from theology, philosophy, and the behavioral/social sciences. As the study of the soul, pastoral psychology explores religious issues of concern to both pastor and psychologist, such as motivation, faith, doubt, conversion and change, mysticism, guilt/shame, healing, vocation, etc. This course examines historical and contemporary scientific approaches (such as neuropsychology) that may help the minister understand religious experiences.




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