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Jung and the Bible

Rollins

Jung and the Bible

by Rollins

  • 210 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Chandler Audio Visual Services .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9408499M
    ISBN 100877211175
    ISBN 109780877211174

    Dr. Murray Stein’s new book, The Bible as Dream: A Jungian Interpretation, looks at the Bible as a Jungian analyst would a long dream series in which a personality and a self are emerging and coming into time and space from out of the depths of the Bible is the story of a collective individuation September 12th, , we will host a live lecture where Dr. Stein. Donald Kalsched has an excellent book on trauma (Inner world of trauma) that expands and explains Jung's ideas in a way that's not too hard to understand. The origins and history of consciousness by Erich Neumann is a must read (Jung praised the book highly).

      Myself and the great Jimi D dig into the most terrifying book Jordan Peterson has ever read: Aion by Carl Jung Warning: may contain Satan ~ JOIN THE BOYO TRIBE: .   The story of Job is probably the greatest existential tale in the Bible, because it concerns the possible existence of needless suffering delivered from on high to an innocent man.

    Recognized as a winner in the Applied Category of the American Board & Academy of Psychoanalysis' Book Awards Murray Stein shares these timeless lectures—a work of respectful and loving interpretation. The Bible presents a world elaborated with reference to a specific God image. The biblical world is the visionary product of a particular people, the ancient Hebrews and the early. Kamal Suleiman Salibi (Arabic: كمال سليمان الصليبي ‎) (2 May – 1 September ) was a Lebanese historian, professor of history at the American University of Beirut (AUB) and the founding Director (later Honorary President) of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies in Amman, Jordan. He was a lifetime bachelor, who devoted his life to : Kamal Suleiman Salibi, 2 May , Beirut, Lebanon.


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Jung and the Bible is a short but exceptionally clear book, not only introducing Carl G. Jung and his work of word association, dream, analysis, archetypes, and symbols, but also leading to a new method of biblical interpretationCited by: Doctor Jung explain why the bible is the world's most famous book and why the bible contains infinite and profound wisdom.

Doctor Jung explains, " that when a personal read the holy book the words go directly to the human soul."/5(5). The content of the book is not that difficult, but I found the author's way of expressing Jungian and Biblical concepts and symbology somewhat abstruse and circuitous.

In the first part of the book, the author gives a pretty straightforward and interesting overview of Jung's Jung and the Bible is only pages long, but it took me quite a while to finish it.4/5. He has lectured internationally and is the author of Jung’s Treatment of Christianity, In MidLife, Jung’s Map of the Soul, Minding the Self, and most recently Outside Inside and All Around and Jung’s Red Book for Our Time Volume 1 and 2 (co-edited with Thomas Arzt.

He lives in Switzerland and has a private practice in Zurich/5(3). Out of the life and thought of a noted psychologist, Carl Jung, comes a captivating approach to reading and interpreting the Bible. The book opens with the question, ""Why is it that the images, characters, and stories of Scripture have the power to catalyze the imagination of the human psyche, not only among religious people, but also among artists, moviemakers, playwrights, and Author: Wayne Rollins.

"Jung and the Bible is a short but exceptionally clear book, not only introducing Carl G. Jung and the Bible book Jung and his work of word association, dream, analysis, archetypes, and symbols, but also leading to a new method of biblical interpretation Rollins shows a sensitivity to Catholic and Protestant traditions of biblical studies and indicates how psychological and psychoanalytic insights support, enrich, and.

His commentaries on the Bible are no less than revelatory. His clarification of Jung’s major writings is the work of a genius. He can even make alchemy understandable. His books bring enlightenment and initiation into life-changing mysteries, and one feels grateful to him for making Jung’s ideas by: 4.

This is the way. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page No one knows what happened during the three days Christ was in Hell. I have experienced it.

~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page But on the fourth night I cried, “To journey to Hell means to become Hell oneself. It is all frightfully muddled and interwoven.

~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page   Carl Jung‘s The Red Book: A mind in crisis “The spirit of the depths has subjugated all pride and arrogance to the power of judgment. He took away my belief in science, he robbed me of the joy of explaining and ordering things, and he let devotion to the ideals of this time die out in me.

Carl Jung’s books go beyond a simple analysis of human behavior. He was a pioneer of deep psychology and a prolific author. He was a pioneer of deep psychology and a prolific author. His work contains a wonderful alchemy of psychoanalysis, spirituality, religion, philosophy, and the dream world.

The Collected Works of C. Jung, German: Gesammelte Werke, is a book series containing the first collected edition, in English translation, of the major writings of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav twenty volumes, including a Bibliography and a General Index, were translated from the original German by R.F.C.

Hull, under the editorship of Sir Herbert Read, Michael Fordham and Gerhard. The Black Books are a collection of seven private journals recorded by Carl Gustav Jung principally between and ; they have been referred to as the "Black Books" due to the color of the final five journals' covers (the first two journals actually have a brown cover; the first of the seven journals was recorded prior to and has not been made available for study).

What I think Jung is trying to do in this book is take a position that is actually closer to the Old Testament views of God than New Testament views of God (heretical as such a claim may seem, there are passages in the Old Testament - some arguably dating from as late as the time of Isaiah - that would justify such a view).

Jung valued spirituality and experiential knowledge. At times, Jung used Christian terminology, and he once famously affirmed God’s existence, but his concept of “God” was anything but the God of the Bible.

Jung’s theory of personality rests on archetypes. The author Joyce Carol Oates, in her review "Legendary Jung" (from her collections of essays The Profane Art), considers Answer to Job to be Jung's most important work. The Episcopal Bishop and humanist Christian author John Shelby Spong, in his book Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World (), also considers Answer to Job to be Jung's "most profound work" (page ).

It is an example of an exploration of Jung’s and God’s consciousness, and can be interpreted as a parallel for the exposition of the unconscious, particularly in the way that man relates to religion.

Jung uses the Book of Job, specifically Job’s relationship with God, as a. Next to Fordham's old book, this is the clearest exposition of Jung's positions that I've seen. The charm is that it also conveys the transcendent flavor of his work in a manner that helps to understand the depth of the Bible -- beyond treating it as a kind of history book or dictation of "how to" rules for living.5/5.

Books Psychology of Yoga and Meditation: Lectures Delivered at ETH Zurich, Volume 6: – C. Jung Jung's lectures on the psychology of Eastern spirituality—now available for the first time Between andC. Jung delivered a series of public lectures at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich.

jung, philemon and the fourfold psyche Introduction In his illuminating book on Vedic symbolism, The Secret of the Vedas, in a chapter entitled “The Guardians of Light, Sri Aurobindo () described and explicated a creation myth involving fourfold Savitri Surya, the Supermind and creative source, founded on four luminous Beings and Kings of.

Carl Jung says God is reality itself “To this day God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my willful path violently and recklessly, all things which upset my subjective views, plans and intentions and change the course of my life for better or worse.”.

Get this from a library! Jung and the Bible. [Wayne G Rollins] -- Out of the life and thought of a noted psychologist, Carl Jung, comes a captivating method for reading and understanding the Bible. Jung's study of psychology and his extensive knowledge of the human.Module 3: Jung and his confrontation with the unconscious: Jung in the House of Mars.

Readings: Red Book. Module 4: Building relationship with the unconscious: Perspectives and Methods. Exercise: Active Imagination and recordings. Module 5: The Fall: Jung’s experiences with the unconscious as shaped by the Bible, Faust, and Dante.

Creating the book also led Jung to reformulate how he worked with clients, as evidenced by an entry Shamdasani found in a self-published book written by a former client, in which she recalls Jung.