Developed in almost thirty years of classroom experience, this book is designed to introduce students and other readers to the psychological study of religion. Robert W. Crapps deals with the major questions and figures that have dominated the psychological study of religion over the past century, dividing the discussion into four parts. Throughout the book, Professor Crapps insists that religious experience and religious expressions be taken seriously on their own terms. He recognizes that it is not always possible or desirable to maintain a strict separation between psychology and theology or religious belief.
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