The Psychological Phenomena of Christianity

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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENA OF CHRISTIANITY

BY GEORGE BARTON CUTTEN, PH.D. (Yale) Author of "The Psychology of Alcoholism"

NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1908

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The Psychological Phenomena of Christianity
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I - Through the Human Mould 3
  • Chapter III - Mysticism 20
  • Chapter IV - Ecstasy 37
  • Chapter V - Glossolalia 49
  • Chapter VI - Visions 60
  • Chapter VII - Dreams 71
  • Chapter VIII - Stigmatization 78
  • Chapter IX - Witchcraft 89
  • Chapter XI - Monasticism and Asceticism 118
  • Chapter XII - Religious Epidemics 146
  • Chapter XIII - Contagious Phenomena 163
  • Chapter XIV - Revivals 174
  • Chapter XV - Faith Cure 196
  • Chapter XVI - Christian Science 214
  • Chapter XVII - The Miracles 223
  • Chapter XVIII - Conversion 232
  • Chapter XIX - Age 262
  • Chapter XX - Sex 284
  • Chapter XXI - Intellect 302
  • Chapter XXII - Knowledge 318
  • Chapter XXIII - Imagination 332
  • Chapter XXIV - Inspiration 342
  • Chapter XXV - Will 358
  • Chapter XVII - Emotions 370
  • Chapter XXVII - Worship 387
  • Chapter XXVIII - Prayer 402
  • Chapter XXIX - Sexuality 419
  • Chapter XXX - Denominationalism 456
  • Chapter XXXI - Immortality 465
  • Chapter XXXII - Preaching 477
  • Index of Names 489
  • Index of Subjects 495
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