By John P. Dourley
Is faith a good fact on your existence? If no longer, have you ever misplaced whatever via forfeiting this size of your humanity?
This e-book compares the theology of Tillich with the psychology of Jung, arguing that they have been either concerned about the restoration of a legitimate spiritual feel for modern tradition. Paul Tillich, Carl Jung and the restoration of Religion explores intimately the diminution of the human spirit during the lack of its touch with its local non secular depths, an issue on which either spent a lot in their operating lives and energies.
Both Tillich and Jung paintings with a naturalism that grounds all faith on tactics local to the individual. Tillich does this in his efforts to recuperate that time at which divinity and humanity coincide and from which they differentiate. Jung does this by way of choosing the archetypal subconscious because the resource of all religions now operating towards a non secular sentiment of extra common sympathy. This publication identifies the dependence of either on German mysticism as a standard ancestry and concludes with a mirrored image on how their joint viewpoint may impact spiritual schooling and the relation of faith to technological know-how and technology.
Throughout the ebook, John Dourley appears to be like again to the roots of either men's rules approximately mediaeval theology and Christian mysticism making it perfect interpreting for analysts and teachers within the fields of Jungian and non secular studies.
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