What Do We Imagine God to Be?: The Function of God-images in Our Lives (Hardback)Pierre Hegy (editor)
Hardback 352 Pages / Published: 11/04/2007
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This book gives an overview of current research on God images and the religious imagination by considering the results of certain quantitative research; by analyzing the role of such images in spirituality, in therapy and pastoral ministry; and by considering the work of Andrew Greeley on this topic. Since the religious imagination covers a variety of fields, this book offers contributions from a variety of disciplines and brings together research from such varying perspectives. This book will likely appeal to psychologists and sociologists dealing with religious issues, to therapists helping clients deal with oppressive God images, as well as to religious ministers and philosophers of religion.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 352
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