family, marriage, prayer, religion
My selected title for this response piece reflects the late David Larson's identification of religion as the university's "anti-tenure topic." Beach, Fincham, Hurt, McNair, and Stanley (hereafter, the authors) have stepped upon some dangerous soil. However, this statement is intended as a welcome, not a threat. I appreciate the authors' efforts to break new ground in an important but highly sensitive domain.
Original Publication Citation
Marks, L. D. (2008). Prayer and marital intervention: Asking for divine help... or professional trouble? Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 27, 678-685.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Marks, Loren D., "Prayer and marital intervention: Asking for divine help... or professional trouble?" (2008). Faculty Publications. 4902.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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