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Spring 84
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Spring 84: God Must Not Die! (Or Must He?): Jung and Christianity

ISBN: 978-1-935528-08-1
405 pp.

C.G. Jung's psychology of individuation and self is rooted in his interpretation of Christianity. This issue, guest-edited by Greg Mogenson, contains a new article by Wolfgang Giegerich entitled "God Must Not Die! C.G. Jung's Analysis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity," followed by several in-depth reactions to it. Topics addressed include the telos of Christianity, the theology/psychology difference, the reality of evil question, and the kenosis dynamic central to the Christian message and its relation to the end of theism.

This volume also contains a separate section called Romanyshyn and Giegerich: Poles Apart comprised of critical rejoinders to another earlier article by Giegerich published in Spring's fall 2009 issue and entitled "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist/Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting Polar Ice."

An interview with Margaret Wilkinson by Daniela Sieff, "Neurobiology in the Consulting Room," is also included as well as a number of book reviews.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Jung and Christianity:
A Critique by Giegerich with Responses
Guest Editor's Introduction Greg Mogenson
God Must Not Die! C.G. Jung's Thesis of the One-Sidedness of Christianity Wolfgang Giegerich
"...until God's absence helps!" David Miller
The Vicissitudes of Spirit in Jung's Psychology: A Response to Giegerich's "God Must Not Die!" Michael Whan
God, Man and Evil in Jung's Thought: Complementary Remarks to Wolfgang Giegerich's Critique Marco Heleno Barreto
Etwas geschah: Orphaned Event and its Adoptions John Peck
The Ambiguity of Evil and the God of the Depths: A Response to Giegerich's "God Must Not Die!" John Haule
No As If, No Between: The Giegerich Inversion of Mind and Soul Glen Slater
Jungian Analysis Post Mortem Dei Greg Mogenson
Romanyshyn & Giegerich: Poles Apart
Rejoinders to Giegerich's Critique of Romanyshyn's
"The Melting of the Polar Ice"
Who is Wolfgang Giegerich? Robert Romanyshyn
Robert Romanyshyn and Wolfgang Giegerich: Poles Apart Susan Rowland
Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist: Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting of the Polar Ice" Joel Weishaus
Response to Wolfgang Giegerich's "The Psychologist as Repentance Preacher and Revivalist: Robert Romanyshyn on the Melting of the Polar Ice" David H. Rosen
Interview
Neurobiology in the Consulting Room: An Interview with Margaret Wilkinson Daniela Sieff
Book Reviews
Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an Interconnected Universe by Joseph Cambray F. David Peat
Analytical Psychology and German Classical Aesthetics: Goethe, Schiller, and Jung, Vol. 1, The Development of the Personality and Vol. 2, The Constellation of the Self by Paul Bishop David Tacey
The Sungod's Journey through the Netherworld: Reading the Ancient Egyptian Amduat by Andreas Schweizer Murray Stein
Possession: Jung's Comparative Anatomy of the Psyche by Craig E. Stephenson Jean Kirsch
Perpetual Adolescence: Jungian Analyses of American Media, Literature, and Pop Culture, Sally Porterfield, Keith Polette, and Tita French Baumlin, editors Blake Burleson
Tim Burton: The Monster and the Crowd: A Post-Jungian Perspective by Helena Bassil-Morozow Terrie Waddell
Guest Editor Biography:
Greg Mogenson is a Jungian psychoanalyst practicing in London, Ontario, Canada and the editor of The Studies in Archetypal Psychology Series of Spring Journal Books. The author of many articles in the field of analytical psychology, his books include A Most Accursed Religion: When a Trauma becomes God, The Dove in the Consulting Room: Hysteria and the Anima in Bollas and Jung, Greeting the Angels: An Imaginal Approach to the Mourning Process, Northern Gnosis: Thor, Baldr, and the Volsungs in the Thought of Freud and Jung, and (with Wolfgang Giegerich and David L. Miller) Dialectics & Analytical Psychology: The El Capitan Seminar. For more information, see the website: http://gregmogenson.com.
Articles: Author Biographies
Marco Heleno Barreto, Ph.D., is a Jungian psychotherapist working at Belo Horizonte, Brazil. He is also a teacher at Faculdade Jesuíta de Filosofia e Teologia (FAJE) and the author of Símbolo e Sabedoria Prática. C.G. Jung e o Mal-estar da Modernidade and Imaginação Simbólica. Reflexões Introdutórias (both by Edições Loyola, São Paulo, 2008).
Wolfgang Giegerich, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst who after many years in private practice in Stuttgart and later in Wörthsee, near Munich, now lives in Berlin. He has lectured and taught in many countries. His approximately two hundred publications in several languages include numerous books, among them The Soul’s Logical Life: Towards a Rigorous Notion of Psychology (Peter Lang, 1998; 4th ed. 2007), and the four volumes of his Collected English Papers: The Neurosis of Psychology, Technology and the Soul, Soul-Violence, and The Soul Always Thinks (all published by Spring Journal Books).
John Ryan Haule has a Ph.D. in religious studies from Temple University and a diploma from the C. G. Jung Institute-Zurich. He has been on the faculty of the C. G. Jung Institute-Boston for the past 30 years. His published books include Divine Madness (1990), The Love Cure (1996), Perils of the Soul (1999), The Ecstasies of St. Francis (2004), and Jung in the 21st Century (in two volumes): 1. Evolution & Archetype; 2. Synchronicity & Science (Routledge, 2010).
David L. Miller, Ph.D., is the Watson-Ledden Professor of Religion, Emeritus, at Syracuse University, and a Core Faculty Person (retired) at Pacifica Graduate Institute. His teaching and writing are in the areas of Religion and Myth, Depth Psychology and Literary Theory. Dr. Miller has taught at the Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, and in the clinical programs at Pacifica Graduate Institute in California, as well as having given seminars in Jung training programs in Los Angeles, Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, and Kyoto. In 2002, Dr. Miller was elected to be an Affiliate Member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and in 2004 he was made an honorary member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology. He is the author of five books and more than one hundred articles and book chapters. For more information, see the website: http://dlmiller.mysite.syr.edu.
John Peck, Ph.D., is a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology with a practice in Higganum, Connecticut. The translator of several books by Luigi Zoja and co-translator of the Red Book with Sonu Shamdasani and Mark Kyburz, his chief publications are Collected Shorter Poems 1966-1996 (Northwestern University Press, 2003) and Red Strawberry Leaf (University of Chicago Press, 2005).
Robert D. Romanyshyn is an Affiliate Member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and a Senior Core Faculty Member in the Clinical Psychology program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. He has just finished a DVD, Antarctica: Inner Journeys in the Outer World, based upon his trip to that region. For information about this DVD, contact him at rdromanyshyn@gmail.com.
David H. Rosen, M.D., is the McMillan Professor of Analytical Psychology, Professor of Humanities in Medicine, and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Texas A&M University. He is the author of over one hundred articles and eight books, most recently, with Joel Weishaus, The Healing Spirit of Haiku. He is currently completing a memoir Lost in Aotearoa: Finding My Way Home.
Susan Rowland, Ph.D., a Professor of Literature and Jungian Studies, is author of several books on Jung, theory, gender, and the arts, including C.G. Jung in the Humanities (Spring Journal Books, 2010).
Daniela Sieff, D. Phil., has a Master’s degree in psychology and anthropology and a D. Phil. in biological anthropology from the University of Oxford. Her academic research with the semi-nomadic cattle-herding Datoga of Tanzania explored human behavior through the lens of evolutionary theory. Since then she has produced television documentaries, written articles, and completed the leadership training program with the Marion Woodman Foundation. She is currently working on a book, Connecting Conversations: The Art and Science of Healing Emotional Trauma. It will be comprised of a series of interviews that explore the process of emotional wounding and healing from the perspectives of depth psychology, neurobiology, evolutionary anthropology, and psychology, and art.
Glen Slater has been teaching depth psychology for the past fifteen years, specializing in Jungian and archetypal studies. He currently teaches at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara and at Antioch University in Seattle. He edited and introduced volume three of James Hillman’s Uniform Edition of writings, edited Varieties of Mythic Experience (with Dennis Patrick Slattery), and has written a number of articles for Spring Journal and its collected essay publications.
Joel Weishaus is an Independent Scholar, and a member of the International Association of Jungian Studies Executive Committee. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Michael Whan, M.A., is an analytical psychologist, a member of the Independent Group of Analytical Psychologists, the International Association of Analytical Psychology, a member emeritus of the Association of Independent Psychotherapists and the College of Psychoanalysts. He has published papers and poetry in Spring, Chiron, Harvest, Journal for Existential Analysis, the European Journal of Counselling, Psychotherapy and Health, and contributed chapters to four books. He has a private practice in London and St. Albans.
Book Reviews: Reviewers’ Biographies
Blake Burleson, Ph.D., is Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences and Senior Lecturer in Religion at Baylor University in Texas. He is the author of Jung in Africa (2005) and Pathways to Integrity: Ethics and Psychological Type (2000).
Jean Kirsch is a Jungian analyst practicing in Palo Alto, California. She received her medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine and is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, of which she served as president from 1996-98 and where she is an active member of the teaching faculty.
F. David Peat was born in Liverpool where he obtained his Ph.D. After working for many years as a theoretical physicist with the National Research Council of Canada he turned to independent research. He has a particular interest in the ideas of Carl Jung and in promoting dialogue between Western Science and Indigenous knowledge systems. In 1996 he moved to the medieval village of Pari in Tuscany where he runs a cultural center. He is author of over twenty books. Peat is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science.
Murray Stein, Ph.D., is a training analyst at The International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland, and since 2009 the President. He is the author of many articles and several books, including Jung's Map of the Soul and The Principle of Individuation, and the editor of the recently published Jungian Psychoanalysis.
David Tacey, Ph.D., is Associate Professor at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, where he teaches literature and depth psychology. He is the author of 12 books and over a hundred articles on Jungian psychology, literary and cultural studies, and ecopsychology. His recent books include Gods and Diseases (Sydney: HarperCollins, 2011), The Jung Reader (London: Routledge, 2011), and Edge of the Sacred: Jung, Psyche, Earth (Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon, 2009).
Dr. Terrie Waddell is a senior lecturer in Media and Cinema Studies at La Trobe University in Australia. She has taught and written widely on contemporary media, gender, and mythical approaches to screen texts. Previous publications include: Wild/lives–Trickster, Place and Liminality on Screen (Routledge, 2010); Mis/takes–Archetype, Myth and Identity in Screen Fiction (Routledge, 2006); Lounge Critic–The Couch Theorist’s Companion (co-editor, ACMI, 2004); and Cultural Expressions of Evil and Wickedness–Wrath, Sex, Crime (editor, Rodopi, 2003).