Reply to Analytical Psychology and Human Evil

Volume
Volume 14
Issue
Winter 1986
Title
Reply to Analytical Psychology and Human Evil
Abstract

Jung'€™s thinking and experience, while not making a perfect "€œfit"€ with Christianity, do provide the best framework upon which to base the integration of psychology and theology. Jung has much to offer Christians seeking such integration. Cited are his extensive education in the history of modern thought, his understanding of the problems involved in materialistic rationalism and of idealism, the acknowledgement he paid to the spiritual world, and other factors. The author describes how Jung'€™s works aided his own understanding of the Bible, God, and sin.

Authors
Dr. C.R. Ridley, M. Kelsey and R. DeVries
Pages
282 - 284
Price
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