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Edited By J. Marvin Spiegelman - Contributing Authors: Michael Anderton * Lars Ehnberg * Fred R Gustafson * Hanna Hadorn * Astri Hognestad . Julia M. Jewett * Thomas Patrick Lavin * Andreas Schweizer- Vullers * J. Marvin Spiegelman * Murray Stein * Weaver Stevens * Paul Tillich * Joseph Wagenseller
From the editor: "My own position is on the extreme left wing in the Parliament of Protestant opinion, yet I would be the first to warn people against uncritical generalization of their own point of view... I strongly advocate a revision of our religious formulas with the aid of psychological insight. It is the great advantage of Protestantism that an intelligent discussion is possible. Protestantism should make use of this freedom. " -C. G. Jung, Collected Works
Protestantism & Jungian Psychology provides the opportunity for thirteen well-known Protestants and others to heed Jung's call. Among them are Paul Tillich, Hanna Hadorn, Andreas Schweizer-Vullers and Joseph Wagenseller. It is an important and long-awaited addition to the Religion and Jungian Psychology Series.
J. Marvin Spiegelman has a Ph.D. from U.C.L.A. and is a Diplomate in clinical psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology. He is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland and has taught at U.C.L.A., U.S.C. and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has a private practice as a Jungian analyst in Studio City, California.
Dr. Spiegelman is the editor and co-author of the other volumes in the Religion and Jungian Psychology Series which includes: Buddhism & Jungian Psychology; Hinduism & Jungian Psychology; Sufism, Islam & Jungian Psychology; Catholicism & Jungian Psychology and others. He is also the author of The Tree of Life-Paths in Jungian Individuation; Jungian Psychology & the Passions of the Soul; and Jungian AnalystsTheir Visions & Vulnerabilities, among others.
Special Interest: Jungian Psychology, Sociology, Comparative & Critical Analysis, Religion.