Psychological science meets the world of faith

My contributions to the psychology–religion dialogue reflect my interests as a liberal arts professor who enjoys relating psychological science to other fields, including religion. In some essays and trade books I have danced on the psychology–religion boundary by:
relating big ideas about human nature found in psychological science and in religious literature
reporting on links between religiosity, prejudice, altruism and well-being
explaining to people of faith the informative, and sometimes challenging, insights of psychological science

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