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Identity Statuses, Ego-Integration, God Representationand Religious Cognitive Styles

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We present a new study, devoted on what we call post critical belief. We have correlated our three dimensions, orthodoxy, external critique and historical relativism with some variables on the subject side, identity statuses for younger people and ego-integrity for older ones. On the side of religious content we have examined the God representation in terms of father and mother qualifications and also the God representation of the subjects in terms of a God person, a God creator, God as a power and God as merely a force. At the end of the paper we ask the question if the three dimensions can be seen as cognitive religious styles, necessarily mediating between subject and content.

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2016-12-05

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