Differentiation of Self and Christian Spiritual Maturity: Social Science and Theological Integration

Volume
Volume 38
Issue
Spring 2010
Title
Differentiation of Self and Christian Spiritual Maturity: Social Science and Theological Integration
Abstract

Differentiation of Self (DoS) is a social science construct that is useful for an integrative conceptualization of Christian spiritual maturity. Differentiated relationality has its theological grounding in the Trinity. This article outlines interdisciplinary perspectives in social science, cultural diversity, biblical data, systematic theology, and spiritual formation to suggest DoS as a Christian spiritual maturity construct. Practical applications and implications for further empirical and theological research are outlined.

Authors
B.D. Majerus and Dr. S.J. Sandage
Pages
41 - 51
Price
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