Spirituality and the Four Jungian Personality Functions

Volume
Volume 19
Issue
Spring 1991
Title
Spirituality and the Four Jungian Personality Functions
Abstract

Throughout history, Christians have expressed their spiritual life in a variety of ways, both corporately and individually. The purpose of this article is to consider ways in which knowledge of the four Jungian personality functions-€”sensation, intuition, thinking, and feeling-€”can be used to identify modalities for expressing one'€™s faith that are consistent with individual personality differences and faithful to the traditions and practices of Christianity. Such considerations are useful in understanding differences between individuals, as well as in addressing needs within an individual to modify the manner of faith expression to make it consistent with individual personality changes.

Author
Dr. D.E. Bunker
Pages
26 - 34
Price
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