Religion - Spirituality

Topic:

CS Lewis and Truth

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (1999).  C.S. Lewis:  Drawn by the Truth made flesh.  In A. Skinner & R. Millet (Eds.) C.S. Lewis:  The man and his message.  pp. 20 - 37.  Salt Lake City:  Bookcraft.

Topic:

Deism and Dualism

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Richard, S. (2005, April).  Toward a theistic approach to psychological method.  Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychology of Religion, Columbus, Maryland.

Topic:

Diary of a Probing Theist

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Moller, E., & Chun, S. (2019).  The excluded other in psychological research:  Diary of a probing theist.  In P. Brownell (Ed.), Handbook for theory, research and practice in gestalt therapy, 2nd edition. Pp. 65 - 86.Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Topic:

Epistemology of Psychology of Religion

Reference:

 

Nelson, J. & Slife, B.D. (2012).  Theoretical and epistemological issues in the psychology of religion.  Oxford handbook for the psychology of religion.  Pp. 21 - 35.  Oxford, UK:  Oxford University Press.

Topic:

Family Values and Relationality

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (1999).  Values in Christian families:  Do they come from unrecognized idols?  Brigham Young University Studies, 38 (2), 117 - 147.

Topic:

Hermeneutics and Spirituality

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2000, August).  Spirituality and religious faith in a hermeneutic psychology.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington D. C. 

Topic:

Ideology of Empiricism

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Melling, B. (2009).  The ideology of empiricism.  Edification:  Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 2 (1), 44 - 48.

Topic:

Including God in Psychotherapy

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Stevenson, T., & Wendt, D. (2010).  Including God in psychotherapy:  Weak vs. strong theism.  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 38 (3), 163 - 174.

Topic:

Method and God - a reply

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Melling, B. S. (2006).  Psychological method and the activity of god:  Clarifications and distinctions.  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34 (3), 280 - 284.

Topic:

Method decisions: Quantitative and Qualitative Models

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Melling, B. (2012).  Method decisions:  Quantitative and qualitative inquiry in the study of religious phenomena.  Pastoral Psychology, 61 (5), 721 - 734.

Topic:

Natural Science Methods

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2005).  Are the natural science methods of psychology compatible with theism?  In A. Dueck and C. Lee (Eds.), Why psychology needs theology?  A radical reformation perspective.  pp. 163 - 184.  Grand Rapids, MI:  Eerdmans Publishing.

Topic:

Problems in Conceptualizing Religious Practices

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Reber, J. S. (2012).  Conceptualizing religious practices in psychological research:  Problems and prospects.  Pastoral Psychology, 61 (5), 735 - 746.

Topic:

Psychology's Prejudice Against Theism

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Reber, J. S. (2009).  Is there a pervasive implicit bias against theism in psychology?  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 29 (2), 63 - 79.

Topic:

Psychology's Prejudice Against Theism's Prejudice

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Reber, J. S. (2009).  The prejudice against prejudice:  A reply to the comments.  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 29 (2), 128 - 136.

Topic:

Religious Implications of Western Personality Theories

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. (2012).  Religious implications of Western personality theories.  Pastoral Psychology, 61 (5), 797 - 808.

Topic:

Religious Spirituality and Psychology

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Hope, C., & Nebeker, S. (1999).  Examining the relationship between religious spirituality and psychological science.  Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 39 (2), 51 - 85.

Topic:

Secular and Christian Truth in Therapy

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Reber, J. S. (2005).  Comparing the practical implications of secular and Christian truth in psychotherapy.  In A. Jackson & L. Fischer (Eds) Turning Freud Upside-Down:  Gospel perspectives on psychotherapy’s fundamental problems.  Pp. 160 - 182.  Provo, UT:  Brigham Young University Press.

Topic:

Spirituality and Theology in Psychotherapy

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Richards, P. S. (2001).  How separable are spirituality and theology in psychotherapy?  Counseling and Values, 45 (3), 190 - 206.

Topic:

Theism and Method Biases

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Whoolery, M. (2006).  Are psychology’s main methods biased against the worldview of many religious people?  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34 (3), 217 - 231.

Topic:

Theism and Therapeutic Community

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D., Mitchell, L. J., & Whoolery, M. (2004).  A theistic approach to therapeutic community:  Non-naturalism and the Alldredge Academy.  In S. Richards & A. Bergin (Eds.), Casebook for a spiritual strategy in counseling and psychotherapy.  pp. 35 - 54. Washington, D.C.:  APA Books.

Topic:

Theistic Approaches to Psychology

Reference:

 

Slife, B. D. & Zhang, M. (2014). Theistic approaches to psychology. In T. Teo. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of critical psychology, pp. 1940 - 1947. New York: Springer.