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The Role Of Archetypes And Jungian Personality Typology In Building Religious Community: Applying John Beebe’s Eight Process Archetypal Model Through A Case Study Of The Extraverted Intuitive Type With Introverted Feeling (ENFP)

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This section presents the list of author's biographies that occur in the book Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 22. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion publishes empirical and theoretical studies of religion from a wide range of disciplines and from all parts of the globe. The book is devoted to the issue of psychological type and religion and especially how psychological type can increase our understanding of Christian ministry. It presents studies on subjects such as civic participation, suffering with God, and spirituality. Together this, the book also represents important contributions that advance theory and evidence in a number of different fields of contemporary relevance to the study of religion.

Keywords: Christian ministry; civic participation; psychological type; social scientific study; spirituality



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