A strategy for a loss of faith: Jung's proposal by John P. Dourley

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This is the ground meaning of history at the personal and collective level. Yaweh's shame and moral defeat, in contrast to Job's superior morality and power of discrimination, become, for Jung, the motive for the Incarnation. In the Christ event the opposites of good and evil, Christ and Satan, brothers of the same Father, split totally apart. For the first time religious humanity sees the one God as it is itself, absolutely good and absolutely evil. The Christ figure, who affirms himself as wholly good, dies between absolute affirmation and denial, the divinely grounded yea and nay.

Carl Gustav),--1875-1961--Religion, Christianity--Psychology, Belief and doubt, Jungian psychology. 5/15 subject : Psychoanalysis and religion, Jung, C. --(Carl Gustav),--1875-1961--Religion, Christianity--Psychology, Belief and doubt, Jungian psychology. Page 1 A Strategy for a Loss of Faith Page 2 Marie-Louise von Franz, Honorary Patron Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts Daryl Sharp, General Editor Page 3 A Strategy for a Loss of Faith Jung's Proposal John P. Dourley Page 4 This work was completed through research grant 410-91-0368 from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Otherwise, where would be his freedom? , p. 219. 43 Ibid. , p. 216. See also p. 220. , p. 220. "46 Thus the dream points to the creator's need to create human consciousness as the suffering theater of history, where alone the creation of sin and the sin of creation can be resolved. Jung summarizes his psycho-theology of creation, his Christology and his understanding of redemption when he writes, "This leads inescapably to the question: Who is responsible for these sins? "47 Since Jung claims that these dreams helped him in his formulation of the position he took in Answer to Job, here imaged as a myth healing the Christian wound, let us conclude with a brief systematic analysis of that work and its religious implications.

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