28 minutes for the Murray Stein interview.
17 minutes for the Adrian Cunningham interview.
Christianity has a tremendous need for a psychology like Jung's, and the wide-spread interest on the part of Christians in his psychology can be taken as a recognition of that fact. But the Jungian-Christian dialogue has been going on for more than 40 years and something keeps it from flourishing. In this series of profiles we are going to meet people involved in different facets of this dialogue, try to discover what is happening in it today, and what hopes there are for it in the future.
In this video we are in Evanston, Illinois, visiting Murray Stein, a training analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. He is the author of Jung's Treatment of Christianity and Practicing Wholeness, as well as the editor of Jungian Analysis and co-editor of Jung's Challenge to Contemporary Religion. In this video he looks at the hopes and frustrations of a true Jungian-Christian dialogue.
In this video we are also in Lancaster, England, visiting Adrian Cunningham, a professor of religious studies at the University of Lancaster. As a teenager he knew Victor White, the Dominican priest who had a close but stormy relationship with Jung which symbolized many of the problems and promises of the Jungian-Christian dialogue. Adrian Cunningham is currently editing White's letters to Jung.