The authors explore controlling notions of the self in U.S. culture, and compare Bellah's and Capps' notions as they urge a reconsideration of John Wesley's theological insights.
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This article begin with a brief review of the development of research in the religious dimension. Then a review of contemporary research in faith development is presented with emphasis on structural-developmental approaches. Finally, comments are offered as to the problems of such research and guidelines for future studies.