The psychological type profile of Christians participating in fellowship groups or in small study groups : insights from the Australian National Church Life Survey

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Francis, Leslie J.; Robbins, Mandy; Powell, Ruth, Ph.D.;
(2015)

The Australian National Church Life Survey draws on psychological type theory to facilitate insights into the connection between individual psychological profiles and preferences for different religious expressions. Drawing on data provided by 2355 participants in the 2... View more
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