Jung on Christianity (Encountering Jung)

C. G. Jung, son of a Swiss Reformed pastor, used his Christian historical past all through his profession to light up the mental roots of all religions. Jung believed faith was once a profound, mental reaction to the unknown--both the internal self and the outer worlds--and he understood Christianity to be a profound meditation at the that means of the lifetime of Jesus of Nazareth in the context of Hebrew spirituality and the Biblical worldview.

Murray Stein's creation relates Jung's own courting with Christianity to his mental perspectives on faith as a rule, his hermeneutic of non secular concept, and his healing perspective towards Christianity. This quantity contains broad choices from mental method of the Dogma of the Trinity," "Christ as an emblem of the Self," from Aion, "Answer to Job," letters to Father Vincent White from Letters, and plenty of more.

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