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The Christian archetype; a Jungian commentary on the life of Christ

By: Edinger, Edward F. 1922-1998
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts; 28)Toronto Inner City Books c1987Description: 143p.; illus.; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-27-9Subject(s): Bible. New Testament | Bible | Bible. New Testament | Criticism, Interpretation, etc | Jungian psychology--Religious aspects--Christianity | Jesus Christ | Individuation
Contents:
1 Annunciation. 2 Nativity. 3 Flight into Egypt. 4 Baptism. 5 Triumphal entry into Jerusalem. 6 Last supper. 7 Gethsemane. 8 Arrest and trial. 9 Flagellation and mocking. 10 Crucifixion. 11 Lamentation and entombment. 12 Resurrection and ascension. 13 Pentecost. 14 Assumption and coronation of Mary
Abstract: 'This book presents a much-needed psychological interpretation of images and events central to the Christian myth, which may be understood symbolically in terms of the individuation of modern men and women.'
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Index by Daryl Sharp

1 Annunciation. 2 Nativity. 3 Flight into Egypt. 4 Baptism. 5 Triumphal entry into Jerusalem. 6 Last supper. 7 Gethsemane. 8 Arrest and trial. 9 Flagellation and mocking. 10 Crucifixion. 11 Lamentation and entombment. 12 Resurrection and ascension. 13 Pentecost. 14 Assumption and coronation of Mary

'This book presents a much-needed psychological interpretation of images and events central to the Christian myth, which may be understood symbolically in terms of the individuation of modern men and women.'

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