Review of Religious Experience and Self-Psychology: Korean Christianity and the 1907 Revival Movement (New York, NY: Palgrave, 2016) by Jung Eun Jang

Jung Eun Jang's Religious Experience and Self-Psychology seeks to contribute to our understanding of the 1907 Korean Revival Movement that took place in Pyongyang, by applying to the movement self psychology, developed by Heinz Kohut. While the effort is laudable, it is compromised by an inexpe...

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Published in:Pastoral psychology
Main Author: Lee, Timothy S.
Contributors: Jang, Jung Eun (Bibliographic antecedent)
Format: Electronic Review
Language:English
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Published: Springer Science Business Media B. V. [2018]
In: Pastoral psychology
Year: 2018, Volume: 67, Issue: 5, Pages: 563-567
Review of:Religious experience and self-psychology (New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) (Lee, Timothy S.)
IxTheo Classification:AE Psychology of religion
CB Christian life; spirituality
KAH Church history 1648-1913; modern history
KBM Asia
KDD Protestant Church
Further subjects:B 1907 great (Pyongyang) revival in Korea
B Book review
B Religious Experience
B Self Psychology
B Protestantism
B Christianity
B Evangelicalism
B Heinz Kohut
Online Access: Volltext (Verlag)
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Summary:Jung Eun Jang's Religious Experience and Self-Psychology seeks to contribute to our understanding of the 1907 Korean Revival Movement that took place in Pyongyang, by applying to the movement self psychology, developed by Heinz Kohut. While the effort is laudable, it is compromised by an inexpert application of Kohut's theory and a maladroit treatment of Korean history.
ISSN:1573-6679
Reference:Kritik in "Response to Angella Son's and Timothy Lee's Reviews of Religious Experience and Self-Psychology (2018)"
Contains:Enthalten in: Pastoral psychology
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1007/s11089-018-0801-9