By Les Oglesby
This e-book brings jointly the paintings of Carl Gustav Jung and Hans Urs von Balthasar, of the main artistic thinkers in psychology and theology within the 20th century, to seriously evaluate their rules at the perennial query of God’s involvement with evil.
In later lifestyles Jung launched into a undertaking in terms of Christianity, with psychotherapeutic and theological intentions, forming his selection of essays, Symbolik des Geistes, in which God and evil was once a big topic. Balthasar gave major realization to Jung’s psychology in his personal theological trilogy, yet hostile the method of God and evil that Jung awarded.
In this e-book Les Oglesby offers a radical exam of convergences and divergences in Jung and Balthasar’s considering, their diverse ways to the origins and fact of evil, in addition to their replacement theological orientations. The ebook culminates with a research of every man’s figuring out of the primary occasion of Christianity, Christ’s dying at the go and his descent to the useless and discusses how Balthasar’s ‘vertical’ and Jung’s ‘horizontal’ method of this significant occurring will be held jointly fruitfully with one another.
Illustrating how analytical psychology and Christian theology can collectively enhance each other once they are held in artistic stress, this booklet invitations mirrored image at the which means of the principal image of Christianity, and God’s involvement with evil as an relief to built-in mental dwelling and theological adulthood. it is going to turn out interesting for college kids of psychology and faith in addition to for Jungian analysts and sensible theologians.
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C. G. Jung and Hans Urs von Balthasar: God and evil - A critical comparison (Research in Analytical Psychology and Jungian Studies) by Les Oglesby