Toronto : Inner City Books, c1992.
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143 p.; 22 cm
Answer to Job, dealing with the transformation of God through human consciousness, contains the essence of the Jungian myth. This erudite and down-to-earth study evokes that essence with unequaled clarity. Edited transcripts of seminars given at the Jung Institute of Los Angeles.
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