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Readings Recommended by Linda Barnhurst, Psy. D.

Readings Recommended by David M. Goodman, Ph.D.

Readings Recommended by Paula J. Hamm, Psychoanalyst

Readings Recommeded by Marie Hoffman, Ph.D.

Readings Recommended by Karin H K Wondracek, Ph.D.

Readings Recommended by Ronald W. Wright, Ph.D.

Videos Recommended By Robert M. Gordon Ph.D ABPP

References For Forgiveness from a Psychodynamic Understanding

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Recommended by Linda Barnhurst, Psy. D.
  • Publication:  Barnhurst, L. (2000). Catch Me in L. E. Hedges Terrifying transferences: Aftershocks of childhood trauma. Northvale NJ: Jason Aronson.

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Recommended by David M. Goodman, Ph.D.

Publications relevant to psychoanalysis/religion/theology:

  • Goodman, D. (2010). Hearing “thou shall not kill” when all the evidence is to the contrary:Psychoanalysis, enactment, and Jewish ethics. In L. Aron & L. Henik’s (Eds.) Answering a Question with a Question: Judaism and Contemporary Psychoanalysis (pp. 129-152). Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press.
  • Goodman, D., & Fowler, J. (in press). Book review: Richard F. Summers Jacques P. Barber. Psychodynamic therapy: A guide to evidenced-based practice. Clinical Social Work Journal.
  • Goodman, D., & Grover, S. (2008). Hineni and transference: The remembering and forgetting of the other. Pastoral Psychology, 56 (6), 561-571.
  • Dueck, A., & Goodman, D. (2007). Expiation, substitution, and surrender: Levinasian implications for psychotherapy. Pastoral Psychology, 55 (5), 601-617.
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Recommended by Paula J. Hamm, Psychoanalyst

  • Akhtar, S. and Parens, H. (2001) Does God Help? Developmental and Clinical Aspects of Religious Belief. North Vale, N J: Jason Aronson, Inc.
  • Anderson, A. (1973) James Jackson Putnam and Psychoanalysis. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Press.
  • Bail, Bernard, W. (2007) Irmgard’s Flute. Beverly Hills, CA. Masters Publishing Company, LLC
  • Bail, Bernard, W. (2007) Mother’s Signature. Beverly Hills, CA. Masters Publishing Company, LLC
  • Black, David, (2006) Psychoanalysis and Religion in the 21st Century: Competitors or Collaborators, Routledge
  • Bettelheim, Bruno, (1954) Symbolic Wounds. New York: Collier Books.
  • Brown, Jason. The Life of the Mind, Process and The Authentic Self: A Psychology of Value
  • Crane, George (2005) The Universe in a Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality. Morgan Road.
  • Edmundson, Mark (2007) The Death of Sigmund Freud: The Legacy of His Last Days: New York, New York. Bloomsbury Publishers
  • Eigen, M. (2003) The Psychoanalytic Mystic. Binghamton, NY: Esf Publishers.
  • Gargiulo, Gerald. (2004) Psyche, Self and Soul: Rethinking Psychoanalysis, the Self and Sprituality London Whurr Publishers Ltd.
  • Gargiulo, Gerald. (2008) Broken Fathers/Broken Sons: A Psychoanalyst Remembers, Amsterdam, Rodopi Publishers.
  • Grotstein, James, S. (2000) Who Is the Dreamer Who Dreams the Dream. Hillsdale, NJ., Analytic Press.
  • Goldner, Virginia and Mary Gail Frawley-O’Dea (2007) Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims:The Sexual Abuse Crisis and the Catholic Church. New Jersey, Analytic Press.
  • Heschel, Abraham.J.(1962) The Prophets. New York, NY: Harper Torchbooks.
  • Hoffman, Marie. (2011). Toward Mutual Recognition: Relational Psychoanalysis and the Christian Narrative. New York: Routledge.
  • Janowitz Naomi, “Envy of Maternal Functions in Sacrifice Traditions.” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Forthcoming.
  • Jay, Nancy. (1992) Throughout Your Generations Forever: Sacrifice, Religion and Paternity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • James, W. (2003) Varieties of Religious Experiences. New York, NY: Signet Classic.
  • Jones, James W. (2002) Terror and Transformation: The Ambiguity of Religion in Psychoanalytic Perspective. East Sussex, BN3 2 FA: Brunner-Routledge.
  • Jones, James. Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Religion: Transference and Transcendence. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991.
  • Kristeva Julia, (1995) New Maladies of the Soul, New York Columbia University Press
  • Kristeva, Julia, (1988) In the Beginning was Love: Psychoanalysis and Faith, Columbia University Press.
  • Langs, Robert, (2008) Beyond Yahweh and Jesus:Bringing Death’s Wisdom to Faith, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis. New York. Jason Aronson.
  • Lear, Jonathan. Freud. New York: Routledge, 2005.
  • Loewald, Hans. (1980) Papers on Psychoanalysis. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1980.
  • McGinn, Bernard. (2000) The Presence of God: A History of Western Christian Mysticism. Volume 1. The Foundations of Mysticism, Volume 11. the Development of Mysticism, Volume 111 The Flowering of Mysticism, Volume 1V. The Crisis of Mysticism. New York, New York: Crossroad Publishing Company.
  • O’Dea-Frawley, Mary Gail and Virginia Goldner, (2007) Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims:The Sexual Abuse Crisis and the Catholic Church,(2007) New York, New York, Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
  • Parmentier; Richard. (1996) Signs in Society: Studies in Semiotic Anthropology. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Paul, Robert. (1996) Moses and Civilization: The Meaning Behind Freud’s Myth. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Proudfoot, Wayne. Religious Experience. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1985.
  • Kakar, Sudhir. The Analyst and the Mystic: Psychoanalytic Reflections on Religion and Mysticism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.
  • Katz, Steven. “Language, Epistemology and Mysticism” in Mysticism and Philosophical
  • Analysis, edited by Steven Katz. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1978.
  • Kroeber, Alfred. The Nature of Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952.
  • Marcus, Paul. (2003) Ancient Religious Wisdom, Spirituality, and Psychoanalysis. Westport, Connecticut, Praeger Books.
  • Meissner, WW. S.J. (1984) Psychoanalysis and Religious Experience. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • Meissner. WW. S.J. (1992) Ignatius of Loyola: The Psychology of a Saint. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  • Meissner, WW. S.J. (1987) Life and Faith: Psychological Perspectives on Religious. Experience. Georgetown University Press
  • Moore, James, JR. (2005), One Nation Under God: The History of Prayer in America. New York: Doubleday Publishers.
  • Newberg, A. (2001) Why God Won’t Go Away; Brain Science and Biology of Belief. New York, NY: Ballentine Books.
  • Nicholi, Jr., A. (2002) The Question of God: CS Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love,Sex and the Meaning of Life. New York, NY: Free Press.
  • Ostow, M. (1995) Ultimate Intimacy: The Psychodynamics of Jewish Mysticism. New York NY: International University Press, Inc. (1998) Jewish Mystical Leaders and Leadership in the 13C. New York, NY: International University Press, Inc. (2006) Spirit, Mind and Brain: A Psychoanalytic Examination of Spirituality and Religion. New York, Columbia University Press
  • Otto, R. (1923) The Idea of the Holy. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Rich, H. L. (2002) In the Moment; Celebrating the Everyday. New York, NY: William Morrow, Harper Collins Publishers.
  • Rizzuto, AnnaMarie. (1979) Birth of a Living God. Chicago, University of Chicago Press
  • Schermer, Victor L., (2003) Spirit and Psyche, New York, NY: Victor L. Scherrmer
  • Shorto, Russell. (1999) Saints and Madmen: Psychiatry Opens Its Doors to Religion; New York; Henry and Company
  • Sorenson, Randall Lehmann, (2004) Minding Spirituality. Hillsdale, NJ., Analytic Press
  • Sorokin, Pitirim, A.(2002) The Ways and Power of Love .Philadelphia, Pa. Templeton Foundation Press
  • Solomon, R. C. (2002) Spirituality for the Skeptic. London: Oxford Press.
  • Starr, Karen, (2008) Repair of the Soul: Applying Metaphors of Transformation of Jewish Mysticism to Psychoanalytic Process.
  • Symington, Neville. (1994) Emotion and Spirit: Questioning the Claims of Psychoanalysis and Religion, London, Cassell
  • Tracey, David. The Spiritual Revolution. (2004) New York, NY., Brunner-Routledge
  • Underhill, E. (1999) Mysticism: The Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford Publications.
  • Winer, Jerome A. and James William Anderson, (2007) Spirituality and Religion: Psychoanalytic Perspecitves: Mental Health Resources, New York.
  • Wolff-Salin, Mary. (1986) No Other Light: Points of Convergence in Psychology and Spirituality. New York, NY, Crossroad Publishing Company.
  • Wolf. F.A. (1999) The Spiritual Universe: Physicist’s Vision of Spirit, Soul, Matter and Self. Portsmouth, NH: Moment Point Press, Inc.
  • Zilboorg, Georory. (1958) Freud and Religion: A Restatement of an Old Controversy. Westminster: Newman Press.

Journal Reading:

Movies:

  • Into Great Silence (Role of contemplative silence in relation to perception
  • The Third Miracle (sexual passion, faith, doubt and miracles)
  • Breaking Waves (themes of masochism)
  • A Country Priest (French film)
  • Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall, Spring (setting is a Buddhist monastery; sexual and morality themes)
  • The Apostle Paul
  • Mosquito Coast (perverse narcissism and Evangelical themes)
  • The Passion of Joan of Arc (Carl Dyrer’s film 1928) which inspired the music of Richard Einhorn

Videos:

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Videos Recommended By Robert M. Gordon Ph.D ABPP
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Recommended by Marie Hoffman, Ph.D.

  • Hoffman, M. (2011) Toward Mutual Recognition: Relational Psychoanalysis and the Christian Narrative. NY: Routledge..
  • Hoffman, M. (2010) The Case of Mr. P. Jour. of Psychology and Christianity. Vol 29, (2), pp. 104-108.
  • Hoffman, M, (2010) Incarnation, Crucifixion, and Resurrection in Psychoanalytic Thought. Jour. of Psychology and Christianity. Vol 29, (2), pp. 121-129.
  • Hoffman, M. (2010) On Christianity, Psychoanalysis and the Hope of Eternal Return. Jour. of Psychology and Christianity. Vol 29, (2), pp. 104-108.
  • Hoffman, M & Strawn, B. (2008) Transformation: Religion and Psychoanalysis in Dialogue Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 28, (5). Special Issue
  • Hoffman, M. (2008) Fairbairn and Winnicott on my mind: Counterpoints, tensions and oscillations in the clinical setting. Contemporary Psychoanalysis. 44(3), 454-475.
  • Hoffman, M. (2007) From libido to love: Relational psychoanalysis and the redemption of sexuality. Journal of Psychology and Theology. 35 (1), pp. 74- 86. http://www.thefreelibrary.com/From+libido+to+love%3A+relational+psychoanalysis+and+the+redemption+of...-a0163336833
  • Hoffman, M. (2006). From Illusion to Synergy?: Psychoanalysis, Spirituality, and Religion in Dialogue: Roundtable. Psychoanalytic Perspectives 4, (1), pp. 1-48.
  • Hoffman, M. (2006). Reply to Commentaries: ‘Other-less’, ‘Other-more’, ‘Other-like’. Psychoanalytic Perspectives. 4, (1), pp. 83-87.
  • Hoffman, M. (2004). From Enemy Combatant to Strange Bedfellow: The Role of Religious Narratives in the Work of W.R.D. Fairbairn and D.W. Winnicott. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 14 (6), pp. 769-804.
  • Hoffman, L. (2007). A review of: The Life and Thought of Harry S. Guntrip. Jour. of Psychology ad Theology, 35: (4). http://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+Life+and+Thought+of+Harry+S.+Guntrip.-a0176374760
  • Hoffman, L. & Strawn, B. (2009). Normative thoughts, normative feelings, normative actions: A Protestant, relational psychoanalytic reply to E. Christian Brugger and the faculty of IPS. Jour. of Psychology and Theology. 37: 126-133. http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Normative+thoughts%2c+normative+feelings%2c+normative+actions%3a+a...-a0202966436
  • Hoffman, L. & Strawn, B. (2010). Special Issue: Relational Psychodynamic Integration. Jour. of Psychology and Christianity. Vol. 29 (2).
  • Strawn, B. (Ed). (2007). Special Issue: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Religion: A Case Study Approach. Jour. of Psychology and Theology, 35: (1).
  • Gordon, R. M., Hoffman, L., and Tjeltveit, A. (2010). Religion and psychotherapy: Ethical conflicts and confluence. Pennsylvania Psychologist, 70: (9), pp. 3-4.
  • Bibliography of Psychoanalytic Topics: http://www.cyberpsych.org/apf/readinglist.htm
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Recommended by Karin H K Wondracek, Ph.D.

Books and Chapters:

  • Translator with Ditmar Junge of Cartas entre Freud e Pfister [Letters between Freud and Pfister] (Ultimato, 1998);
  • organizator of O futuro e a ilusão: uma controvérsia com Sigmund Freud [The future and the ilusion: a controversy with Sigmund Freud ](Vozes, 2003);
  • autor of O amor e seus destinos: um estudo de Oskar Pfister (Sinodal EST, 2005), Caminhos da graça [Paths of Grace- psychoanalysis and Bible](Ultimato, 2006)

Chapters:

  • A inquietante familiaridade da correspondência entre Freud e Pfister In: Caro Prof. Freud: correspondências selecionadas.1 ed.Porto Alegre : Gráfica da UFRGS, 2004, p. 75-106.
  • Entre Édipo, o Filho Pródigo e a Cruz: Interfaces entre a Cura de Almas e a Psicanálise In: Comunidade Terapêutica: cuidando do ser através da relações de ajuda.1 ed.São Leopoldo : Sinodal/EST, 2003, p. 43-56.
  • Teologia feminista e psicanálise: um encontro de dois corpos In: À flor da pele: ensaios sobre gênero e corporeidade.1 ed.São Leopoldo : Sinodal, 2004, p. 245-264.
  • Freud, Pfister e suas ilusões - que ciência? que religião? In: O futuro e a ilusão: um embate com Freud sobre psicanálise e religião.1 ed.Petrópolis : Vozes, 2003, v.1, p. 167-200.


ARTICLES

FRANCO, S. G., WONDRACEK, K. H. K.

WONDRACEK, K. H. K.

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Recommended by Ronald W. Wright, Ph.D.

  • Wright, R., & Strawn, B. (2010). Grief, Hope and Prophetic Imagination: Psychoanalysis and Christian Tradition in Dialogue. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29 (2), 149-157.
  • Wright, R., Dimond, G., & Budd, P. (2004). An experienced presence: An intersubjective perspective on John Wesley’s early theology. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 23(2), 155-164.
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References For Forgiveness from a Psychodynamic Understanding recommended by Paula Hamm,
Psychoanalyst

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  • Akhtar, S. (1991). Three fantasies related to unresolved separation-individuation: a less recognized aspect of severe character pathology. In Beyond the Symbiotic Orbit: Advances in Separation-Individuation Theory—Essays in Honor of Selma Kramer, M.D., ed. S. Akhtar & H. Parens. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press, pp. 261-284.
  • Akhtar, S. (1992). Tethers, orbits, and invisible fences: clinical, developmental, sociocultural, and technical aspects of optimal distance. In When the Body Speaks: Psychological Meanings in Kinetic Clues, ed. S. Kramer & S. Akhtar. Northvale, NJ: Aronson, pp. 21-57.
  • Akhtar, S. (1994). Object constancy and adult psychopathology. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 75:441-455.
  • Akhtar, S. (1996). “Someday …” and “if-only” fantasies: pathological optimism and inordinate nostalgia as related forms of idealization. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 44:723-753.
  • Akhtar, S. (1998). Turned to Light. Chicago, IL: Adams Press, p. 51.
  • Akhtar, S. (1999a). Inner Torment: Living Between Conflict and Fragmentation. Northvale, NJ: Aronson.
  • Akhtar, S. (1999b). The psychodynamic dimension of terrorism. Psychiat. Annals, 29:350-355.
  • Akhtar, S. (2000). From schisms through synthesis to informed oscillation: an attempt at integrating some diverse aspects of psychoanalytic technique. Psychoanal. Q., 69:265-288.
  • Altman, L. L. (1977). Some vicissitudes of love. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 23:35-52.
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Other Resources

  • Hall, T.W. & Fujikawa, A. (in press). God images and the sacred. In K. Pargament, J. Jones, A. Mahoney & E. Shafranske (Eds,), Handbook of Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • Hall, T.W. Fujikawa, A., Halcrow, S., Hill, P.C., Delaney, H. (2009). Attachment to God and implicit spirituality: Clarifying correspondence and compensation models. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 37(4), 227-242.
  • Hall, T.W. (2007). Psychoanalysis, attachment, and spirituality Part I: The emergence of two relational traditions. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 35(1), 14-28.
  • Hall, T.W. (2007). Psychoanalysis, attachment, and spirituality Part II: The spiritual stories we live by. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 35(1), 29-42.
  • Hall, T.W. (1998). The soul or substantive self as experiencer, actualizer and representative in psychoanalytic theory. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 26(1), 55-65. Special issue on The Self.
  • Stratton, S.P. (2006).  Selfhood, attachment, and agency: Love and the trinitarian concept of personhood. In P. Vitz & S. Felch (Eds.), The self: Beyond the postmodern crisis (pp. 247-268). Wilmington, DE: ISI Books.
  • Brokaw, B. (2008). Winter meets its death. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 28, (5). Special Issue
  • Moriarty, G. L., & Davis, E. B. (in press). Client God images: Theory, research, and clinical practice. In K. O’Grady, E. Worthington, Jr., & J. Aten (Eds.), The psychology of religion and spirituality for clinicians: Using research in your practice. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Davis, E. B. (2010). Authenticity, inauthenticity, attachment, and God-image tendencies among adult evangelical Protestant Christians (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses. (AAT 3400639)
  • Davis, E. B., & Strawn, B. D. (2010). The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual: A potential adjunctive tool for diagnosis, case formulation, and treatment. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29, 109-115.
  • Davis, E. B. (2009). God image narrative therapy: A treatment manual. Regent University.
  • Parker, S., & Davis, E. B. (2009). The false self in Christian contexts: A Winnicottian perspective. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28, 315-325.
  • Davis, E. B., & Badenoch, B. (2010). Storying God images: Bringing narrative integration to our experience of the divine. Winter 2009 GAINS Quarterly (pp. 14-24, 63-65). Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS).
  • Williamson, I., Sandage, S. J., & Lee, R. M. (2007). How social connectedness affects guilt and shame: Mediated by hope and differentiation of self.  Personality and Individual Differences, 43, 2159-2170. [empirical study testing Kohutian and Kleinian theories]
  • Sandage, S. J. (2005). Intersubjectivity and the many faces of forgiveness: Commentary on paper by Stephen Wangh. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 15, 17-32.
  • Davis, E. B. & Strawn, B. D. (2010). The psychodynamic diagnostic manual: An
  • adjunctive tool for diagnosis, case formulation, and treatment. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29(2), 109-115.
  • Hoffman, L. W. & Strawn, B. D. (Eds.). (2010). Contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapies [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29(2).
  • Grover, S. F. & Strawn, B. D. (2010). John Wesley and psychological research on theunconscious: Toward a reconceptualization of Wesleyan sin. In M. K. Armistead, B. D. Strawn & R. W. Wright (Eds.), Wesleyan theology and social science: The dance of practical divinity and discovery (pp. 129-142). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
  • Hoffman, L., & Strawn, B. D. (2009). Normative thoughts, normative feelings, normative actions: A Protestant, relational psychoanalytic reply to E. Christian Brugger and the faculty of IPS. Journal of Psychology & Theology 37(2), pp. 126-133.
  • Sandage, S. J., Cook, K. V., Hill, P. C., Strawn, B. D., & Reimer, K. S. (2008). Hermeneutics and psychology: A review and dialectical model. Review of General Psychology 12(4), pp. 344-364.
  • Hoffman, M. & Strawn, B. D. (Eds.). (2008). Transformation: Psychoanalysis and Religion in Dialogue [Special issue]. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. 28(5).
  • Strawn, B. D. (2007). Slouching toward integration: Psychoanalysis and religion in dialogue. Journal of Psychology and Theology 35(1), pp. 3-13.
  • Strawn, B. D. (Ed.). (2007). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Religion: A Case Study Approach [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 35(1).
  • Strawn, B. D., & Strawn, B. A. (2006). Preaching and/as play: D. W. Winnicott and homiletics. Homiletic 31(2), pp. 13-28.
  • Strawn, B. D. (Ed.). (2004). Psychology and Wesleyan theology [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(2).
  • Strawn, B. D. (2004). Restoring moral affections of heart: How does psychotherapy cure? Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(4), pp. 140-148.
  • Strawn, B. D., & Brown, W. S. (2004). Wesleyan holiness through the eyes of cognitive science and psychotherapy. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(4), pp. 121-129.
  • Strawn, B. D., & Leffel, G. M. (2001). John Wesley’s orthokardia and Harry Guntrip’s “Heart of the Personal”: Convergent aims and complementary practices in psychotherapy and spiritual formation. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 20(4), pp. 351-359.
  • Parker, S. (2008). Winnicott’s object relations theory and the work of the Holy Spirit. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 36, 285-293.http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Winnicott's+object+relations+theory+and+the+work+of+the+Holy+Spirit-a0192863906
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ATTACHED DOCUMENTS

Davis, E. B. (2009). Authenticity, inauthenticity, attachment, and God-image tendencies among adult evangelical Protestant Christians (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses. (AAT 3400639)

Davis, E. B., & Badenoch, B. (2010). Storying God images: Bringing narrative integration to our experience of the divine. Winter 2009 GAINS Quarterly (pp. 14-24, 63-65). Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS).

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