volume 10, issue 1, P37-40 1992
DOI: 10.1007/bf01245740
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Abstract: ABSTRACT: Comments on W. B. Johnson's (1992) "Rational Emotive Therapy and Religiousness: A Review." Outlines the author's current views on regular religion and on dogmatic, absolutist, devout religiosity, in order to clarify how rational-emotive therapy (RET) and rational-emotive psychology (REP) actually hold, and do not hold, certain attitudes toward religion. W. B. Johnson's (1992) "Rational Emotive Therapy and Religiousness: A Review" is an excellent review of some of the objections to the supposedly ant…

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