Groundbreaking study shows how human life is progressively centered around a basic set of meanings and values that shape the faith people live by.
James W. Fowler is widely regarded, along with his associate Lawrence Kohlberg and his contemporaries Carol Gilligan and Daniel J. Levinson, as a seminal figure in the field of developmental psychology. He has taught at Harvard University and Boston College and is currently the head of the Center for Ethics in Public Policy and the Professions at Emory University.
Unreadable. Had hoped to use this for a research project and it is so dense that I cannot find the kernels of truth.Published 6 months ago by M. Schaefer
I'm a therapist and work with a very religious population. This book has helped me in my professional work as well as my personal life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rob Cox
My reading of this book, many years ago, had a very personal connection. It opened my eyes to where I had been and encouraged me to seek new possibilities for my self. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jay A. Jacobus
I can't express how impressed I am with Dr. Fowler's work here. I feel that people like Wilfred Cantwell Smith and James W. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dr. Jonathan Katz
This book is also helpful but very difficult to read. In my opinion, it takes much concentration to get to the substance of the various chapters.Published 10 months ago by Joyce Hylton Spence
Great book for showing how we grow in our faith or beliefs. Can be applied to almost any subject matterPublished 10 months ago by Don Jose