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Psychology of Religion

Edwin Diller Starbuck (1866-1947)

1. Prefaces
2. I. - Introduction
3. II. - Sources for the Study of Conversion
4. III. - The Age of Conversion
5. IV. - The Motives and Forces Leading to Conversion
6. V. - Experiences Preceeding Conversion
7. VI. - The Mental and Bodily Affections immediately accompanying Conversion
8. VII. - In what Conversion Consists
9. VIII. - The Conscious and Sub-Conscious Elements in Conversion
10. IX. - The Quality of Feeling following Conversion
11. X. - The Character of the New Life
12. XI. - Conversion as a Normal Human Experience
13. XII. - A General View of Conversion
14. XIII. - The Abnormal Aspect of Conversion
15. XIV. - Sources of Data
16. XV. - The Religion of Childhood
17. XVI. - Adolescence - Spontaneous Religious Awakenings
18. XVII. - Adolescence - Storm and Stress
19. XVIII. - Adolescence - Doubt
20. XIX. - Adolescence - Alienation
21. XX. - Adolescence - The Birth of a Larger Self
22. XXI. - Adolescence - Substitutes for Religious Feeling
23. XXII. - Adult Life - The Period of Reconstruction
24. XXIII. - External Influences
25. XXIV - Growth without Definite Transitions
26. XXV. - Adult Life - Beliefs
27. XXVI. - Adult Life - Religious Feelings
28. XXVII. - Adult Life - Motives and Purposes
29. XXVIII. - The Line of Growth Following Conversion
30. XXIX. - Sanctification
31. XXX. - A General View of the Line of Religious Growth
32. XXXI. - Some Educational Inferences

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“The present volume is an excursus into individual psychology, and represents only one of several aspects of the psychology... “It is a purely empirical study into the Line of Growth in Religion in individuals, and an inquiry into the causes and conditions which determine it...” From the Introduction, p11.Diagrams from the text can be downloaded here.