The Psychology of Religion with David Wulff
August 11th, 2019
54 mins 16 secs
About this Episode
David Wulff, author of the comprehensive "Psychology of Religion: Classic and Contemporary", talks with us today about some of the issues that psychologists grapple with in studying religion. How can a researcher take a fair and unbiased approach to a topic so fraught with issues of personal belief and faith? How important is belief anyway -- must one sacrifice the intellect to engage in religious practice? David discusses his recent research; his measure of religious tendencies, called the "Faith Q-Sort", has been used internationally to understand how religion manifests differently across individuals.
Psychology of Religion: Classic and Contemporary
Autobiography: The Evolution of a Psychologist of Religion