In Reflections of a Passerby: Jesus, Jung, and the Power of Choice, Eleanor Norris, PhD, takes us along on her search for meaning through the study of the life of Jesus-the Christian myth. Was Jesus solely human or solely divine? Was he the symbol of the Self, as C.G. Jung proposed? Through Norriss personal journey, were introduced to Jungian perspectives and in-depth study of the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, and Luke, weaving together critical thinking, imagination, and somatic knowing, challenging us to understand her and our own assumptions and contributing to each of our journeys of individuation and awakening consciousness.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Am I a Christian?
Part One - The Christian Myth: C. G. Jung and Elizabeth Boyden Howes
Chapter 1 - Jungs Vision of Christianity
Chapter 2 - Other Jungian Views on Christianity
Chapter 3 - Elizabeth Howess Search for the Historical Jesus
Chapter 4 - Was There a Historical Jesus?
Part Two - The Guild Seminars
Chapter 5 - My First Seminar
Chapter 6 -The Work of Discerning
Chapter 7 - Meeting the Three
Chapter 8 - Into the Depths
Chapter 9 - Ministry and Miracles
Chapter 10 - Who Forgives? What Heals?
Chapter 11 - Myth or History: Finding Great Truths
Chapter 12 - Choosing Life
Chapter 13 - The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like ...
Chapter 14 - Gathering Strands
Chapter 15 - Jesuss Final Days
Chapter 16 - The Empty Tomb
Chapter 17 - The Journey Onward
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About the Author
Author: Eleanor L Norris Language: EnglishBinding: HardcoverPages: 316Publisher: Chiron PublicationsPublication Date: 2022-06-01