Dreams in the Psychology of Religion
|Author: ||Gollnick, James|
The result of academic research and numerous dream seminars in a therapeutic setting, this study points up the spiritual potential of dreams without imposing religious interpretations on dream material.
". . . can be read by layman and professional alike. The author displays an excellent historical sense as well as a very comprehensive knowledge of the fields of psychology that deal with dream interpretation." - Edmund V. Sullivan
"The treatment throughout the book is based on a wide and sure grasp of the literature, a careful respect for serious research, and a sound understanding of religious faith. . . . an insightful and sensible overview of an interesting area." - Toronto Journal of Theology
". . . welcome contribution to the study of this relationship between religious and psychological interpretations of dreams. . . . clear, well-researched survey . . . unusual breadth and freshness . . . fine book . . ." - Journal of Religion
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