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Approaches To Religion and the Moods and Emotions Associa Ted With Religion

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In the epilogue of his influential book, Wulff (1991; 1997) identified four approaches to religion, which can be located in a two-dimensional space along the dimensions inclusion of transcendence versus exclusion of transcendence and literal versus symbolic. The present study explores how the moods and emotions people associate with religion are related to the way in which they approach religion. Results suggest that inclusion of transcendence is related to associating religion with positive moods and emotions, whereas approaching religion in a literal way is related to association with negative moods and emotions.

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2001-01-01
2016-08-29

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