Here is a sample of the kinds of groups that recommend the Psychology of Religion pages. If you like what you find here, why not recommend it to a friend?
The American Psychological Association, Division for the Psychology of Religion, awarded me its 2006 Distinguished Service Award for my work promoting psychological study of religion on the web. This was a highlight of my career, and an honor that means a great deal to me. I also have received awards from Georgia Southern University for the webpages: the 2006 College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Award for Distinction in Service, and the university-wide 2007 Excellence in Service Award. On my campus, these are considered tremendous honors, and I am gratified to know that people have found this work useful and worthy of recognition.
Psychology Today had this to say in its January-February 2001 issue (p. 79):
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