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Assessing Spirituality


This page contains links to scales and questionnaires that measure some aspect of spirituality or religiosity. 

Many are from English language publications and focus on Christianity but others are written to apply to many or any faith traditions. Some are available in many languages.

Follow the links to learn more about the measure. In some cases, you will need access to an online database usually available through university or other large libraries. In other cases, you may be able to download a scale from the internet or obtain from one of the authors.

A

A / B God Scale   👉  AB

Assessment of Spirituality and Religious Sentiments scale- Short Form 👉  ASPIRES

Attachment to God Inventory  👉      AGI

Attachment to God Scale  👉      AGS

 B

Behaviors Toward God Scale  👉        BTGS

Belief in God Measure   👉     BIGM

Belief in God Scale   👉    BIG

Biblical Conservatism    👉  BC

Biblical Literalism Scale  👉      BLS

Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/ Spirituality  👉      BMMRS

 C

Christian Beliefs Index        CBI

Christian Nationalism Scale   >>  CNS

Christian Sociomoral Values Index  >>  CSVI

Clergy Situational Restoration Inventory  👉      CSRI

Christian Spiritual Surrender Scale    👉   CSSS

Connection of Soul Scale (COS)   👉   COS

D


Dimensions of Grace Scale   👉     DGS

Divine Forgiveness Scale    👉   DFS

Divine Spiritual Struggles Scale  👉   DSSS

Duke University Religion Index   👉     DUREL

F

Faith at Work Scale   👉  FWS

Faith Situations Questionnaire    👉   FSQ

Five-Factor LAMBI Scale of God Representations  👉      LAMBI


G


God Images (4 Scales)  👉      GODIMAGE

 God Image Scales   👉    GIS

God & Devil's Ability to Influence Conscience  👉   AIC

God & Satan Involvement in Life Events   👉   ILF

I

Interfaith Spirituality Scale  👉     IFSS

Interpretation of Death Scale 👉    IOD

Intratextual Fundamentalism Scale 👉        IFS

Intrinsic/Extrinsic Religious Orientation Revised 3 👉        IER-3

Inventory of Complicated Spiritual Grief 👉       SPGRIEF

Ironson-Woods Spirituality/ Religiousness Index   👉    IWSRI

Islamic Doctrinal Orthodoxy    👉   IDO

Islamic Religiosity Scale  👉  IRS

Islamophobia Scale    👉     IS


Knowledge-Practice Measure of Islamic Religiosity   👉   KPMIR


L

Leadership Restoration Scale-Forgive & Restore  👉      LRSF

Leadership Restoration Scale 👉      LRS

Likelihood of Return to a Christian Counselor  👉  LRCC


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M


Manifestation of God in Marriage Revised  👉      MGM-R

Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale   👉  MFSS

Muslim Attitudes Toward Religion Scale  👉   MARS




New Indices of Religious Orientation  
 👉    NIRO

P

Partner-Focused Prayer Measure 👉       PFPM

Penn Inventory of Scrupulosity   👉  PIOS

Pentecostal & Charismatic Spirituality 👉       PCS

Perceived Conflict between Evolution and Religion Scale  👉      PCoRE

Perceived Perfectionism from God Scale    👉   PPGS

Perceptions and Experiences of Grace-Short Form   👉   PEGS-SF

Prayer Inventory  👉      PI


R

Redemptive Violence & Belief in Evil   👉     VIOLENCE

Religious Beliefs Salience   👉     RBS

Religious Commitment Inventory 👉      RCI

Religious Coping- Brief RCOPE 👉       RCOPE

Religious Head Heart Scale  👉   RHHS

Religious Life Inventory- Revised   👉   RLI-R   

Religious and Spiritual Struggles Scale  👉      RSS

Religious and Spiritual Struggles Scale-14    👉    RSS-14

 S

Sacred Marriage Scales  👉      SMS

Sacred Qualities of Marriage Revised  👉      SQM-R

Sanctification of Parenting Scale-Revised  👉     SPSR

Sanctification of Sexuality in Relationships  👉      SEX-REL

Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire 👉        SCSRFQ

Scale of Religious Cultural Consonance   👉   SRCC

Screening Questions for Spirituality in Counseling  👉         SCREENQ

Spiritual Abuse Questionnaire 👉       SP-ABUSE

Spiritual Assessment & Counseling Trauma Survivors  👉  SACTS

Spiritual Assessment Inventory  👉  SAI 

Spiritual Bypass Scale 👉   SBS-13


Spiritual Meaning Scale   👉    SMS

Spiritual Practices Index  👉      SPI

Spiritual Modeling Self-Efficacy Scale >>  SMSE

Spiritual Struggles Interview  👉    SSI

Spiritual Well-Being Scale  👉   SWB

T

Theistic Intellectual Humility Scale  👉  TIHS

Theistic Spirituality Outcome (psychotherapy) Scale 👉       TSOS

 Transcendent Indebtedness to God Scale 👉     T-ITG

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