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by Wallace B Clift
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing (1982)
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Clift relates that Jung reminds us that Clement of Rome taught that God ruled with both "left and right hands" (the . This is an excellent and very useful exposition of Jung's thought, and its relationship with Christianity (not of the fundamentalist sort, however) and religion.
Clift relates that Jung reminds us that Clement of Rome taught that God ruled with both "left and right hands" (the former being the power of Satan). a very provocative idea, considering that the deity of the OT, Yahweh, is not-by any means-simply a supportive, compassionate being, but often exhibits an irrational, vengeful character. 5 people found this helpful.
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Many men and women today are experiencing a crisis of meaninglessness
Many men and women today are experiencing a crisis of meaninglessness. Religion has traditionally supplied the framework for the individual's quest for meaning, but the institutional church seems unable to perform this function for many twentieth century people. Carl Jung has facinated me since I first encountered his ideas in "Man and his Symbols" as an art student in the early 70s. Jung, of all the, recognizes and articulates the beauty and mystery of what it means to be human. The concept of Christianity, like the concept of being human, has been an ongoing brooding omnipresence in my life.
Jung and Christianity: The Challenge of Reconciliation. New York: Crossroad, 1982.
One of them is Jung And Christianity: The Challenge of Reconciliation by Wallace B. Clift
One of them is Jung And Christianity: The Challenge of Reconciliation by Wallace B. Clift. It’s a 1983 book that’s out of print, and therefore not easy to find. Jung believed that mythology and fairy tales told us something vitally important about human psychology - not just the psychology of individual humans, but the psychology of humanity itself. This is why the same themes and motifs occur across cultures. The stories we tell are how we convey meaning.
Wallace Bruce Clift, American educator, priest, lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia, Texas. Farish Foundation fellow, 1964-1969; National Endowment of the Humanities grantee Fordham University, 1988. The Hero Journey in Dreams. 10682/?tag prabook0b-20. Jung and Christianity: The Challenge of Reconciliation ) Many men and women today are experiencing a crisis of meaninglessness.
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Clift, Wallace B. Jung and Christianity: the Challenge of Reconciliation
Clift, Wallace B. Jung and Christianity: the Challenge of Reconciliation. New York, NY: The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1996. a. How Martin Luther formulated God-image in his familial environment b. How Martin Luther was challenged by identity crisis c. Exploration of how the psychoanalytic elements of Martin Luther influenced his. theological formation and reformation.
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