The podcast Psychology & The Cross started as a research project to get a better understanding of C.G Jung’s relationship to Christianity. […]Read more
(0:00) “Somewhere Jung says that the only evil is unconsciousness. And this, I think, this touches to your work, Don, […]Read more
A bit more than a year into this podcast series, it felt like a good time to stop and reflect […]
“I think so much of Jung’s work is his wrestling with Christianity. I think if you want to understand Jung, […]Read more
What does it mean for Jung to be a Christian? Those symbols of the Christian church continued to matter for […]
Philosophy and Theology professor Sean McGrath explains Carl Gustav Jung’s view on evil and some misconceptions of it in the Jungian field. This excerpt is taken from the third episode of the podcast Psychology & The Cross.Read more
Amy Cook is the author is the author of the book ‘Jung and Kierkegaard – Researching a kindred Spirit in the shadows’ (Routledge 2018) and was interviewed for the second episode of ‘Psychology & The Cross’. In this short video clip Amy speaks about Kierkegaard as a psychologist.Read more
Dr. Murray Stein is a renowned Jungian psychoanalyst and the author of important books such as ‘Jung’s treatment of Christianity’ and ‘Map of the Soul’.