Religious Commitment Inventory (RCI-10)

Religious Commitment Inventory (RCI-10)
Worthington et al.‚ 2003
 
1. I often read books and magazines about my faith.
2. I make financial contributions to my religious organization.
3. I spend time trying to grow in understanding of my faith.
4. Religion is especially important to me because it answers many questions about the meaning of life.
5. My religious beliefs lie behind my whole approach to life.
6. I enjoy spending time with others of my religious affiliation.
7. Religious beliefs influence all my dealings in life.
8. It is important to me to spend periods of time in private religious thought and reflection.
9. I enjoy working in the activities of my religious affiliation.
10. I keep well informed about my local religious group and have some influence in its decisions.
This instrument can be found on page 140 of “Exploring the relationship between religious commitment and forgiveness through quantitative and qualitative study"‚ available online at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1928&context=etd
 
1=Not at all true of me‚ 2=Somewhat true of me‚ 3=Moderately true of me‚ 4=Mostly true of me‚ 5=Totally true of me
 

Worthington‚ E.L. Jr.‚ Wade‚ N.G.‚ Hight‚ T.L.‚ Ripley‚ J.S.‚ McCullough‚ M.E.‚ Berry‚ J.W.‚ Schmitt‚ M.M.‚ Berry‚ J. T.‚ Bursley‚ K.A.‚ & O’Connor‚ L. (2003). The Religious Commitment Inventory-10: Development‚ refinement‚ and validation of a brief scale for research and counseling. Journal of Counseling Psychology‚ 50‚ 84-96.

Kidwell‚ Julia E.M.‚ (2009). "Exploring the relationship between religious commitment and forgiveness through quantitative and qualitative study". Iowa State University. Doctoral Theses and Dissertations. Paper 10891.