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E9 Jesus was the first psychoanalyst with Donald Carveth

“Jesus was the first psychoanalyst. The most brilliant psychoanalyst of all time. The whole theory of projection is right there.  Why do you complain about a mote in y...

E8 Religious but not religious with Jason E. Smith

I think so much of Jung's work is his wrestling with Christianity. I think if you want to understand Jung, you need to have some understanding and engagement with Chri...

S8 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | Antichrist & Climate change

In this episode, Sean McGrath continues his conversation with Jungian Analyst Jakob Lusensky, in seeking the secular Christ.

S7 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | The Christ virus

In this episode, Sean McGrath returns to some of the questions we initially asked in this podcast.

S6 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | How to practice contemplative Christianity?

How to practice contemplative Christianity? In this episode of Secular Christ, McGrath makes it clear that there are no (Jordan B Peterson) rules for life needed, but ...

S5 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | Richard Rohr and the rediscovery of contemplative Christianity

In the fifth episode of Secular Christ, Philosophy and Theology professor, Sean J McGrath continues his seeking for Christ in the Secular Age. His starting point this ...

S4 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | The gnostic Slavoj Žižek

Sean McGrath continues his seeking for Christ in the Secular Age. This time his "case study" is the Slovenian philosopher and Lacanian, Slavoj Žižek.McGrath views Žiže...

S3 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | A critique of Jordan B Peterson

In this episode Philosophy and Theology professor, Sean McGrath offers a critique of Jordan B Peterson’s archetypal take on Christianity. McGrath sees his fellow Canad...

S2 Secular Christ with Sean McGrath | Religion as consumer product

In the second episode of the new podcast Secular Christ, Sean McGrath helps us to make a necessary distinction between naive versus mature secularism. He describes wha...

S1 Secular Christ | New podcast series with Sean McGrath

In this our first episode of the new podcast Secular Christ, Philosophy and Theology professor and former Catholic monk Sean J McGrath lays the foundation for our sear...

New podcast: Secular Christ with Sean McGrath (Trailer)

This is a trailer for the new podcast with Dr Sean McGrath seeking for Secular Christ.

An enormous turd: Jung's vision at the Basel Cathedral

Jung's description of his schoolboy vision of God landing an enormous turd on the Basel Cathedral. The excerpts are from the biography 'Memories, dreams and reflection...

E7 Jung as a prophet for the 21st century with David Tacey

“We can not have a world of individuated individuals without having also a developed and individuated community. That is where I think Christianity has a lot to teach ...

Do you believe in God? I don't need to believe, I know. (Audio clip from Jung's 1959 BBC interview)

An audio clip from John Freeman's 'Face to Face' (BBC) interview at Jung's house at Küsnach, in March 1959. It was broadcast in Great Britain on October 22, 1959.Watch...

Psalm 2 - A musical interlude

More psalms and music on: https://soundcloud.com/psychology-and-the-cross/

E6 The white raven: C.G Jung & Victor White with Ann Conrad Lammers

What does it mean for Jung to be a Christian? Those symbols of the Christian church continued to matter for him deeply. The crucifixion remained a central image for hi...

A letter from C.G Jung to Hermann von Keyserling, 1928

A letter from C.G Jung To Count Hermann von Keyserling, 2 January 1928

The 1 millimeter: Jung's dream about his father

In this bonus material to episode four of Psychology and the Cross, you get to hear the full dream of C.G Jung about how his dream-father leads him to the "highest pre...

E5x Jung's Red Book as an anti-Zarathustra with Paul Bishop

In this extra material to episode 5, British scholar, Paul Bishop examines the links and relationships between Nietzsche's Zarathustra and C.G Jung's Red Book.

E5 Imitatio Faust: Jung, Goethe and the question of secular redemption with Paul Bishop

"I’ve learned an awful lot from Jung. I feel I have an immense debt of gratitude to him, in that way, in that, if you read Jung, you’re really getting a little educati...

E4 Bowing before the mystery: Islam & individuation with Bernard Sartorius

Islam basically is acceptance. And this acceptance is not exactly identical with the Christian faith. Islam has—this is what interests me very much—in the Islamic perc...

E3x Dreaming the dream onward with Sean McGrath

In this extra material to the third episode of Psychology & The Cross, philosopher and theology professor Sean McGrath speak on how to advance the Jungian paradigm and...

E3x The limits of Psychology with Sean McGrath

In this extra material to episode 3 of Psychology & The Cross, Philosopher Sean McGrath examines what are the obstacles when trying to bridge the psychology of C.G Jun...

E3 This is not the end of the road: C.G Jung & Theology with Sean J McGrath

At the end of the day, psychological integration is not salvation. And I think that most people who have done the work will be ready enough to concede that. This is no...

E2xx Kierkegaard and Jung on anxiety, despair & neurosis

In this short segment, Amy Cook explains Kierkegaard and Jung's views on anxiety, despair and neurosis and the potential held in mental suffering. This is bonus materi...

E2x Kierkegaard & Jung on the therapeutic value of Faith

Extra material to the second episode of Psychology & The Cross with Jungian scholar Amy Cook, the author the book ‘Jung & Kierkegaard – Researching a kindred spirit i...

E2 Jungian psychology is ripe for existentialism: C.G Jung & Søren Kierkegaard with Amy Cook

Kierkegaard has a lot to say about self-deception. He has a lot to say about how resilient our self-deceptions are. He has an awful lot to say about authenticity… I th...

E1x Building the temple: A dream of Jungian Analyst Max Zeller told by Murray Stein

Extra material to the first episode of Psychology & The Cross where Dr. Murray Stein spoke of Jung's vision that a new religion will take form in about six hundred yea...

E1 The invisible Church: Jung's treatment of Christianity with Murray Stein

You know, the reason I became an analyst—I was ordained as a minister—and it wasn’t that I lost my faith, or went sour on the Christian ministry. It was because I felt...

Trailer: Jung's story of the cross

In this short trailer for the podcast, 'Psychology & The Cross, Dr. Murray Stein shares a story of C.G Jung and the cross. Subscribe on Youtube:https://bit.ly/3sXloJb

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