Death, anxiety, and religious belief: an existential psychology of religion

New York: Bloomsbury Academic (2016)
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Abstract

The whats and whys of religious belief -- A history of thanatocentric theories of religion -- Measuring faith and fear -- Are people afraid of death? -- The religious correlates of death anxiety -- Death anxiety and religion: causes and consequences -- The future of immortality, literal, and symbolic.

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