Dallas, Texas : Spring Publications, c1983.
xxii, 477 p.; 23 cm
A fascinating journey through one of the most important myths of Western culture-the Bible. Citing parallels from classical and oriental sources, Westman interprets biblical stories from the Hebrew and Christian scriptures to illustrate the development of the human psyche. In his analysis, he examines issues that remain foremost in modern life- self-determination, awareness, change, wholeness, and integration.
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