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1. God as an Attachment Figure: A Case Study of the God Attachment Language and God Concepts of Anxiously Attached Christian Youths in South Africa
Victor Counted
Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health  first page: 1  year: 2016  
doi: 10.1080/19349637.2016.1176757

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3. Suffering for others as religious meaning-making: varieties, prerequisites, and functions in the coping process of a sample of practising Christians living with cancer
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