Relations of Religious Training and Life Patterns to the Adult Religious Life
by Luther Ellis Woodward - 1933
The problem of this study was to discover answers to the following questions: (1) What relationships do specific religious instruction and other religious influences bear to the adult religious life? (2) What relationships do certain emotional and behavior patterns of people bear to their adult religious life, especially the patterns of inferiority-adequacy, guilt-innocence, dependence-independence, and cooperation-rebellion? (3) What relationships do parent attitudes and child-parent experiences bear to the adult religious life?
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