Fundamental Vs. Non-Fundamental Christians in Relation to Dogma, Self-Awareness and Narcissism

Joseph Lancaster

Published by Spiritual Mind Analysis, 2007
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Synopsis: There is very little information that exists about the psychological effects of fundamental vs. non-fundamental Christianity in relation to dogma vs. non-dogmatic views and practices. Fundamentalists follow a rigid, perfectionistic, one-sided dogma about how to live life, according to Analytical theory. Therefore it seemed likely that some significant narcissistic effects fundamentalists have are due to a lack of Self-awareness which its dogma promotes vs. non-fundamentalists. The research reported here was designed to study these possibilities. The study's research questions are answered through the findings and theory that were utilized. Fundamental Christians tend to identify themselves with their "Christian" persona since they keep their ego's focus on their external authoritarian dogma. Thus, they do not know their unconscious self, consciously. All recommendations are geared toward mental health professionals working with fundamental vs. non-fundamental Christians to recognize the differences between them. Thus, it is recommended that recognition take place in regards to understanding that fundamental Christians are long term therapy candidates due to their lack of Self-awareness via Christian dogma. Sensitivity must take place toward these patients' value system in order to maintain a healthy therapeutic relationship and over time make therapeutic references (amplifications) in regards to how their Christian value system relates to many other psycho-spiritual references which have an external and internal Self relationship. Emphasis on more research to be done, about narcissism, between fundamental and non-fundamental Christians was discussed.

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Publication Date: 2007
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