Theology and Personality Development
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This paper discusses how the differences between personalities develop from a psychological point of view and a theological point of view. The paper discusses the theories of Adler, Jung, Erikson and Rogers with respect to theology and psychology. The paper concludes that the one closet to a theological perspective in personality development is Adler.
From the Paper:"Theological and Psychological Approaches to the Study of Personality In today's highly scientific and technological world many issues that are not computer and technologically related are oftentimes relegated to the annals of forgotten history. No longer are there ensuing debates regarding Rene Descartes' ageless words Cogito Ergo Sum or I think, therefore I am, the subject of debate in college classrooms or local campus coffee houses. Due to emerging monumental technological advances in virtual reality since Descartes first coined the phrase in the seventeenth century, "My computer thinks, therefore I am" has become the contemporary version of this statement. Descartes' words have most definitely given way to a lesser meaning by way of our popular culture. Today it is the computer that possesses knowledge over mind and human thought has now been relegated to the artificial intelligence capabilities of a machine."
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