- March 10, 2019
- Jared Odenbeck
[This is Part 2 of a larger piece entitled, “An Inquiry into The Incompatibility of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a Religious, Performance-Based Psychology”]
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Effects of Safe-Guarding Behavior That Comes from a Performance-Centric Mindset
The safeguarding behavior of a performance-centric mindset unsuccessfully mitigates disobedience. The performance-driven individual seeks obedience and adherence to religiosity as the ultimate goal. In realizing this achievement in a manner that accords with their expectations and standards, or those imposed upon them from outside, and ultimately, unauthoritative sources, they justify themselves to themselves. This sort of habitual...