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Protestantism and Pop Psychology

Somebody has quipped, “America is a Protestant country. Even the Catholics are Protestant.” It can’t be avoided. Protestantism has been a pervasive influence on the formation of America’s consciousnes... read more

Psychology Finally Finds God

For anyone who took a college course in psychology more than a decade ago or who is even ... more likely to be undertaken than a study of “Anxiety in Catholics versus Protestants” or “Anxiety in Musli... read more

It's a myth that baby boomers have a stronger work ethic than later generations

There is no truth to the popular belief that members of the so-called baby boomer generation have a greater work ethic than people born a decade or ... 21st century is often ascribed to the so-called ... read more

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How “Gratitude” Underwrites Inequality, Power and Exclusion

I was recently reading Kate Bowler’s Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel, and she does a nice job of tracing how the Protestant ethic and this ... churns out a steady stream of books ... read more


An Autopsy: Why Liberalism Failed

This little survey, which could be easily extended, leads to an obvious question: what about the fate of liberalism in its own civilizational core, the once Protestant and Catholic ... But Britain’s p... read more

Prosperity Gospel and (the Decline of) Modern Christianity

The Protestant Work Ethic. [Jesus] picked up twelve men from ... Now a comfortable None, she blogs on Roll to Disbelieve about psychology, pop culture, politics, relationships, cats, gaming, and more- ... read more

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

Protestant theology, electromagnetic science and even Tarot cards and popular songs. Unfortunately, Updike seems to know very little about the psychology, concerns and behavior of older women. Age has ... read more

How a group of California nuns challenged the Catholic Church

They welcomed female speakers such as social activist Dorothy Day to campus as well as Protestant, Jewish and even Hindu religious ... priests faced the people and popular music was welcomed into Mass ... read more

Finding God in dirty diapers; Vanderbilt professor writes about child care and spirituality

“These are not self-help pop psychology books where you finish them and feel worse about yourself because you aren’t the perfect parent,” said Miller-McLemore, the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Pro... read more

UW Professor: Many Religious People View Science Favorably, But Reject Certain Scientific Theories

O’Brien is a UW graduate, receiving sociology and psychology degrees in 2005 ... The study considers people who self-identified as Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and followers of other faiths, and also ... read more



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