Jungians and Gnostics

Satinover, Jeffrey Burke
October 1994
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1994, Issue 46, p41
Discusses the psychology behind man's religious instinct. Progress of the technology in psychiatry and psychology; Psychoanalysis of modern man; Recognition of modern psychologist C. G. Jung on the religious instinct in man.


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