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Jung's challenge to contemporary religion

By: Stein, Murray, ed
Contributor(s): Moore, Robert L., ed
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1987Description: vi, 190p.; bibliog. notesContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-09-8Subject(s): Jungian psychology--Religious aspects--Christianity | Women and Religion | Patriarchy | Gnosticism (Psychology)LOC classification: BF173.J85 J9 1987
Contents:
Jung's green Christ: a healing symbol for Christianity - Murray Stein. Between two thieves; a response to Jung's critique of the Christian notions of good and evil - Carrin Dunne. 'Attack upon Christendom!' The anti-Christianism of depth psychology - David L. Miller. Patriarchy in transformation; Judaic, Christian, and clinical perspectives - Nathan Schwartz-Salant. Jung's gnosticism and contemporary gnosis - June Singer. Beyond the anima; the female self in the image of God - Joan Chamberlain Engelsman. Jung's challenge to biblical hermeneutics - Wayne G. Rollins. The church as crucible for transformation - William Dols. Ritual process, initiation, and contemporary religion - Robert L. Moore. Womansoul; a feminine corrective to Christian imagery - Julia Jewett. 'Images of immortality': Jung and the archetype of death and rebirth - David J. Dalrymple
Abstract: 'This collection of essays discusses the Jungian challenge to contemporary religion from several different angles. Each paper extends Jung's thought into contemporary discussions about modernity and religion, depth psychology and religious experience, biblical hermeneutics, the place of the feminine in the doctrine of God, the problem of evil in Christian theology, the role of the church and community, and the pastoral ministry.'
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Jung's green Christ: a healing symbol for Christianity - Murray Stein. Between two thieves; a response to Jung's critique of the Christian notions of good and evil - Carrin Dunne. 'Attack upon Christendom!' The anti-Christianism of depth psychology - David L. Miller. Patriarchy in transformation; Judaic, Christian, and clinical perspectives - Nathan Schwartz-Salant. Jung's gnosticism and contemporary gnosis - June Singer. Beyond the anima; the female self in the image of God - Joan Chamberlain Engelsman. Jung's challenge to biblical hermeneutics - Wayne G. Rollins. The church as crucible for transformation - William Dols. Ritual process, initiation, and contemporary religion - Robert L. Moore. Womansoul; a feminine corrective to Christian imagery - Julia Jewett. 'Images of immortality': Jung and the archetype of death and rebirth - David J. Dalrymple

'This collection of essays discusses the Jungian challenge to contemporary religion from several different angles. Each paper extends Jung's thought into contemporary discussions about modernity and religion, depth psychology and religious experience, biblical hermeneutics, the place of the feminine in the doctrine of God, the problem of evil in Christian theology, the role of the church and community, and the pastoral ministry.'

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