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Ritual, Initiation, and Contemporary Religion

Ritual, Initiation, and Contemporary Religion


Part of the conference set Jung’s Challenge to Contemporary Religion.

While Jung understood religion to be the instinctive utterance of humanity’s awareness of the divine, he strongly challenged religious traditions, in particular those of the West, to change in fundamental ways or else become irrelevant relics. The speakers for this conference extend Jung’s thought into contemporary discussion about modernity and religion, depth psychology and religious experience, biblical hermeneutics, the place of the feminine in the doctrine of God, the problem of evil in Christian theology, the role of the church and community, and the pastoral ministry.

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