Analytical Psychology and Religion is the sixth volume of the Collected Writings of Murray Stein. It includes works on the Bible from a depth psychological perspective, the relationship between some Jungian concepts and religious doctrines such as Divine Providence and the human as imago Dei, and a reflection on the dialogical relationship between analytical psychology and religion.
Available in October.
Table of Contents
–The Bible as Dream
-Synchronicity and Divine Providence
-Heaven and Hell
-The Reality of the Soul
-“Known or Unknown, God Is”
-“Introduction,” Minding the Self
-Imago Dei on the Psychological Plane
-Jungian Psychology and the Spirit of Protestantism
-Analytical Psychology and Religion
Volume 5 of the Collected writings of Murray Stein – Jungian Psychology and Christianity – is currently in production and will be published later this year.