Perceived forgiveness from god and self-forgiveness

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Authors: John M. McConnell and David N. Dixon
Date: Spring 2012
From: Journal of Psychology and Christianity(Vol. 31, Issue 1)
Publisher: CAPS International (Christian Association for Psychological Studies)
Document Type: Report
Length: 5,647 words
Abstract :

The study tested Hall and Fincham's (2005) hypothesis that perceived forgiveness from God increases the likelihood of self-forgiveness. We found a more personalized measure of God's forgiveness positively correlated with self-forgiveness, although a more general measure of God's forgiveness did not. In addition, we discuss therapeutic interventions relevant to perceived forgiveness and self-forgiveness.

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McConnell, John M., and David N. Dixon. "Perceived forgiveness from god and self-forgiveness." Journal of Psychology and Christianity, vol. 31, no. 1, 2012, p. 31+. Accessed 19 Feb. 2020.
  

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