Wilmette, Ill. : Chiron Publications, c2003.
xvii, 250 p.; 22 cm
Structured around a series of lectures presented at the Jung Institute of Chicago in a program entitled “Jungian Psychology and Human Spirituality: Liberation from Tribalism in Religious Life,” this book-length essay attacks the related problems of human evil, spiritual narcissism, secularism and ritual, and grandiosity. Robert Moore dares to insist that we stop ignoring these issues and provides clear-sighted guidance for where to start and what to expect. Along the way, he pulls together many important threads from recent findings in theology, spirituality, and psychology and brings us to a point where we can conceive of embarking on a corrective course.
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