In The Bible as Dream, Murray Stein shares important themes in the biblical narrative that from a psychological perspective, stand out as essential features of the meaning of the Bible for the modern listener.The Bible presents a world elaborated with reference to a specific God image. As the mythographer Karl Kerenyi puts it in writing about the Greek gods and goddesses, every god and every goddess constitutes a world. So it is too with the biblical God, whose name Stein exceptionally capitalizes throughout out of cultural respect. The biblical world is the visionary product of a particular people, the ancient Hebrews and the early Christians, who delved deeply into their God image and pulled from it the multitude of perspectives, rules for life, spiritual practices, and practical implications that all together created the tapestry that we find depicted in the canonical Bible. Yahweh is the heart and soul of this world, its creator, sustainer, and destroyer. The Bible is a dream that tells the story of how this world was brought into being in space and time and what it means.Don’t miss these timeless lectures – a work of respectful and loving interpretation.Table of Contents: Part I. A Psychological Reading of the Bible Lecture One – On Reading the Bible Psychologically Lecture Two – In the Beginning – Creation Lecture Three – The Shadow Lecture Four – Faith and Individuation Lecture Five – Anima Images Lecture Six – Animus Images Lecture Seven – Election and Adoption – Envy and the Self Lecture Eight – From King to Servant – Ego Relativization Part II. The Gospel According to John Lecture One – “Word” Lecture Two – “Light” Lecture Three – “Way”Murray Stein, Ph.D. is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology Zurich (ISAP-ZURICH). He is a ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Rick Adamson. Audio sample: https://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/152678/bk_acx0_152678_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.