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Psychology and religion educator

Robert Louis Moore, American psychology and religion educator. University Chicago fellow, 1970-1973.


Moore, Robert Louis was born on August 13, 1942 in Little Rock. Son of Golden Franklin and Margaret Lucretia (DePriest) Moore.


Bachelor, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, 1964. Master of Theology with honors, Southern Methodist University, 1967. Master of Theology with honors, Duke University, 1968.

Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University Chicago, 1975. Postdoctoral, C.G. Jung Institute, Chicago, 1986.

Postdoctoral, Alfred Adler Institute, Chicago, 1983.


Assistant professor philosophy Western Illinois University, Macomb, 1973-1977. Assistant professor psychology and religion Chicago Theological Seminary, 1977-1979, associate professor psychology, 1979-1982, professor, since 1982, director Doctor of Ministry program, 1982-1986. Consultant in field.



People need to grow in relationship with God, whose love constantly prompts to transform people.


A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.


Male and female have common humanity, having equal worth in the eyes of God. The erroneous notion that one gender is superior to another should be rejected.


Member advisory board Adopt-A-School Project, Chicago, 1984-1985. Board directors C.G. Jung Institute, Chicago, 1978-1982. Fellow Center for Science Study of Religion.

Member National Association Advancement Psychoanalysis, American Association Pastoral Counselors, American Academy Religion (chairman religion and social science section 1978-1984), Science Society Study of Religion (program committee 1980-1981), N. American Association Pastoral Counselors.


  • Other Interests

    Running, travel.


Married Margaret Louise Shanahan, August 2, 1986.

Golden Franklin Moore

Margaret Lucretia (DePriest) Moore

Margaret Louise Shanahan