• Spring 84 - 2010 - God Must Not Die!

Spring 84 - 2010

God Must Not Die! (Or Must He?): Jung and Christianity

405 pages, ISBN 978-1-935528-08-1

C.G. Jung's psychology of individuation and self is rooted in his interpretation of Christianity. This issue, guest-edited by Greg Mogenson, contains a new article by Wolfgang Giegerich entitled "God Must Not Die! C.G. Jung's Analysis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity," followed by several in-depth reactions to it. Topics addressed include the telos of Christianity, the theology/psychology difference, the reality of evil question, and the kenosis dynamic central to the Christian message and its relation to the end of theism.

This volume also contains a separate section called Romanyshyn and Giegerich: Poles Apart comprised of critical rejoinders to another earlier article by Giegerich published in Spring's fall 2009 issue and entitled "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist/Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting Polar Ice."

An interview with Margaret Wilkinson by Daniela Sieff, "Neurobiology in the Consulting Room," is also included as well as a number of book reviews.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Jung and Christianity:
A Critique by Giegerich with Responses
Guest Editor's Introduction Greg Mogenson
God Must Not Die! C.G. Jung's Thesis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity Wolfgang Giegerich
"...until God's absence helps!" David Miller
The Vicissitudes of Spirit in Jung's Psychology: A Response to Giegerich's "God Must Not Die!" Michael Whan
God, Man and Evil in Jung's Thought: Complementary Remarks to Wolfgang Giegerich's Critique Marco Heleno Barreto
Etwas geschah: Orphaned Event and its Adoptions John Peck
The Ambiguity of Evil and the God of the Depths: A Response to Giegerich's "God Must Not Die!" John Haule
No As If, No Between: The Giegerich Inversion of Mind and Soul Glen Slater
Jungian Analysis Post Mortem Dei Greg Mogenson
Romanyshyn & Giegerich: Poles Apart
Rejoinders to Giegerich's Critique of Romanyshyn's
"The Melting of the Polar Ice"
Who is Wolfgang Giegerich? Robert Romanyshyn
Robert Romanyshyn and Wolfgang Giegerich: Poles Apart Susan Rowland
Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist: Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting of the Polar Ice" Joel Weishaus
Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist: Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting of the Polar Ice" David H. Rosen
Interview
Neurobiology in the Consulting Room: An Interview with Margaret Wilkinson Daniela Sieff
Book Reviews
Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an Interconnected Universe by Joseph Cambray F. David Peat
Analytical Psychology and German Classical Aesthetics: Goethe, Schiller, and Jung, Vol. 1, The Development of the Personality and Vol. 2, The Constellation of the Self by Paul Bishop David Tacey
The Sungod's Journey through the Netherworld: Reading the Ancient Egyptian Amduat by Andreas Schweizer Murray Stein
Possession: Jung's Comparative Anatomy of the Psyche by Craig E. Stephenson Jean Kirsch
Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture, Sally Porterfield, Keith Polette, and Tita French Baumlin, editors Blake Burleson
Tim Burton: The Monster and the Crowd: A Post-Jungian Perspective by Helena Bassil-Morozow Terrie Waddell

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Spring 84 - 2010 - God Must Not Die!

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