Who We are is how We Pray: Matching Personality and Spirituality
Twenty-Third Publications, 1987 - 147 páginas
Draws on the 16 personality types identified in the Myers-Briggs personality profile, matches each to a suitable form and style of spirituality, and shows why prayer is different for each.
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