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Intrinsic Spirituality and Church Attendance (Results from a Scientific Survey)

The following is a research paper and scientific survey I did for my industrial/organizational psychology graduate studies in one of the research and statistics classes at Liberty University. The results of the study were moderate but statistically significant. However, it... Continue Reading →

Integration and Storytelling: Scripture Can Improve the Mental Health of Non-Believers

This is a short research paper I did the first semester at Liberty University for my graduate degree in industrial/organizational psychology. As a former atheist/agnostic, and as someone who still "wrestles with God by the River" (Gen. 32), I find... Continue Reading →

Church Transparency Survey Results

Church Transparency Survey CONTEXT: Earlier in January 2022, I created a scientific survey for a master's degree psychology project. That survey collected the ages, average church attendance, and perceived spirituality and spiritual motivation of 40 anonymous participants of various backgrounds... Continue Reading →

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