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Sociological theories . . which entail psychological concepts because any analysis in terms of social norms or institutional pressure implies some response from those who are involved or influenced" (1973, p. 9). It goes without saying that the study of the impact of religion on participants is a psychological matter; it should also go without saying that religious institutions do not influence other institutions directly, but rather do so by virtue of how they influence the cognitions, values and emotions of the participants.
Later on, as a young man, he rejected Judaism completely, embracing, in its place, both Marxism and psychoanalysis. Given this background and development, how can we predict F r o m m ' s attitude towards religion? The answer is that we cannot. Despite F r o m m ' s rejection of Judaism and of Jewish identity, unlike Freud his attitude towards religion on the whole 24 A d v a n c e s in t h e P s y c h o l o g y of Religion is conciliatory and even complimentary ( F r o m m , 1950). Freud, who knew Jewish traditions more superficially, found in them and analysed, ritual and mythology.
1950, p. 56). This indeed reflects the liberal Protestant theology of "ultimate concerns", the height of "healthy-minded" abstraction in its flight from folk religion, with its mythology, and its retreat before the advance of science. This definition is indeed so abstract, and so healthy-minded, that it can cover any kind of "ultimate concern", from that of a sports team to a political ideology. Despite the generality, which makes it useless to other theorists, this definition is important in conveying Allport's sincerity and optimism.
Advances in the Psychology of Religion by Michael Argyle (Eds.)