The most compelling way to describe the external state of the people before the time of Jesus is to compare it to what happens in cults. In a cult, for the most part, the member who comes under the spell does not see or feel them self being manipulated and compelled. Even if they do […]
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Month: August 2012
Psychology and Religion, a Swedenborgian...
The integration of psychology and religion is, I believe, an important direction for modern religion in general (and the Swedenborg Church in particular) to engage. The integration of the two fields heightens the meaning and the depth of each. There are many reasons for this, and they can only be discovered in time, but […]