Jung Conception of the Holy Ghost
Philosophy and Religion
Carl Jung saw the Holy Ghost as the crowning figure in God's revelation of Himself. For Jung, the Holy Ghost is that mysterious force which unites opposites and allows the transcendent to enter space and time. Through a process called "continuing incarnation," the Holy Ghost makes it possible for ordinary people to participate in "the sonship of God."
Journal of Religion and Health
(1994). Jung Conception of the Holy Ghost. Journal of Religion and Health, 33(4), 313-319.
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