A strategy for a loss of faith: Jung's proposal by John P. Dourley

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Also by John P. G. Jung and Paul Tillich (1981) The Illness That We Are: A Jungian Critique of Christianity (1984) Love, Celibacy and the Inner Marriage (1987) Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Dourley, John P. A strategy for a loss of faith (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts; 56) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-919123-57-0 1. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 Views on Christianity. 2. Psychology and religion. 3. Christianity Controversial literature. 4. Belief and doubt.

G. Jung Letters, vol. 2, ed. G. Adler, A. Jaffe (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975), letter to Fr. Victor White, November 24, 1953, p. 138. 52 "Answer to Job, Psychology and Religion, CW 11, par. 731. Page 28 third age or age of the Spirit points can produce a greater inhumanity than the ills that precede and provoke such compelling hope in it. What safeguards might Jung's mature psychology proffer to avoid the disasters that have plagued previous ages in their efforts to unite the opposites of the divine and human, and to unite in the human the opposites of the divine, the synthesis that so eluded Jung's father?

Jung summarizes his psycho-theology of creation, his Christology and his understanding of redemption when he writes, "This leads inescapably to the question: Who is responsible for these sins? "47 Since Jung claims that these dreams helped him in his formulation of the position he took in Answer to Job, here imaged as a myth healing the Christian wound, let us conclude with a brief systematic analysis of that work and its religious implications. Presenting its contents systematically both is and is not an imposition on the work.

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