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Biography for Carl Jung

by Dusty Peterson & Elizabeth McDonald

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This is what Carl Jung thought about Jesus Christ and Communion (The Lord's Table):

"Slowly I came to understand that this communion had been a fatal experience for me. It had proved hollow; more than that, it had proved to be a total loss. I knew that I would never again be able to participate in this ceremony. "Why, that is not religion at all," I thought. "It is the absence of God; the church is a place I should not go to. It is not life which is there, but death" [SOURCE: C. G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, ed. by Aniela Jaffe, trans. by Richard and Clara Winston. New York: Pantheon, 1963, p. 55, as quoted by James Sundquist, personal email on file, Sept. 13, 2003].





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