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Attachment and spirituality

Attachment and Caregiving Faith Development in Australian-based Pentecostals

Posted on05 Dec 2018
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My new study on the Caregiving Faith of African Pentecostals in New South Wales has been published in the Journal for the Academic Study of Religion 30(1): 55-74, the official publication of the Australian Association for the Study of Religion. In this study, I examined the links between attachment patterns and faith development within African Pentecostal communities in New South Wales. Below is the abstract: This article reports on the association between global attachment styles and...
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Attachment-motivated Religious Conflicts and Psychopathology

Posted on08 Sep 2017
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What is the cause of religious-related conflicts and acts of terrorism? And how can we explain the conflicts from the perspective of the individual perpetrator? These questions are what I have attempted to address in my latest article on “Attachment Theory and Religious Violence” published in a special issue of the Journal for the Study of Religion on the Role of Religion in Violence and Peacebuilding. Here is an excerpt from the editorial which I believe...
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PPT: Spirituality and Well-being in South African Youths

Posted on27 Sep 2016
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In case i bumped into you at your church some three years ago in Stellenbosch, making some funny jokes to cheer you up to fill out a survey for me, here are some slides that give a visual clue of what’s happening when you experience God as a relational partner. I had the opportunity of discussing the results from the research today at the Spirituality, Culture, and Wellbeing Conference at Exclesia College, Sydney. While I...
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