Psychological Types of Male Evangelical Church Leaders
A sample of 57 male evangelical church leaders completed a measure of psychological type. The data demonstrated that between one-quarter and one-third (28%) displayed a preference for sensing, feeling, and judging as either ESFJ or ISFJ. This is consistent with findings from other recent studies concerned with the personality profile of clergy.
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