A Bibliography compiled by D. Andrew Kille

This bibliography is from a paper that I wrote for my comprehensive examination on psychology and biblical interpretation. Most of the citations are of works which directly involve the intersection of psychology and the interpretation of biblical texts, but a few are concerned with psychological interpretation of literary texts in general, or with issues of understanding and communication which are significant for hermeneutics.

Abel, E. T. (1971). The Psychology of Memory and Rumor Transmission and their Bearing on Theories of Oral Transmission in Early Christianity. Journal of Religion, 51, 270-281.

Åkerberg, H. (1986). Three Components of Interpretation: A Contribution to the Question of Hermeneutics. Studia Theologica: Scandinavian Journal of Theology, 40(1), 17-44.

Anderson, F. A. (1927). Psychopathological Glimpses of Some Biblical Characters. Psychoanalytic Review, 14, 56-70.

Andreson, J. J. (1991). Biblical Job: Changing the Helper's Mind. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 27, 454-481.

Atwood, G. E., & Tomkins, S. S. (1976). On the Subjectivity of Personality Theory. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 12, 166-177.

Bakan, D. (1968). Sacrifice and the Book of Job. In Disease, Pain, and Sacrifice: Toward a Psychology of Suffering (pp. 95-128). Chicago: University of Chicago.

Bakan, D. (1971). Slaughter of the Innocents: A Study of the Battered Child Phenomenon. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Balmary, M. (1986). Le sacrifice interdit: Freud et la Bible. Paris: Grasset.

Bassett, R. L., Mathewson, K., & Galitis, A. (1993). Recognizing the Person in Biblical Interpretation: An Empirical Study. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 12, 38-46.

Bauman, M. (1988). Shrinking Texts: the Danger of Hermeneutics Under Freudian Auspices. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 31, 293-303.

Benson, P. H. (1979). New Testament Concepts for a Sociopsychological Model of Personality Development. In D. O. Moberg (Ed.), Spiritual Well-Being: Sociological Perspectives (pp. 51-71). Washington, D.C.: University Press of America.

Berguer, G. (1923). Some Aspects of the Life of Jesus: From the Psychological and Psycho-analytic Point of View Translated by Eleanor Stimson Brooks and Van Wyck Brooks. New York: Harcourt, Brace.

Berry, C. M. (1980). Approaching the Integration of the Social Sciences and Biblical Theology. JPT, 8, 33-44.

Bleich, D. (1978). Subjective Criticism. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins. Bleich, D. (1988). The Double Perspective: Language, Literacy and Social Relations. New York: Oxford University.

Bolin, E. P., & Goldberg, G. M. (1979). Behavioral Psychology and the Bible: General and Specific Considerations. JPT, 7(3), 167-175.

Bond, J. H. (1925). Industrial Influence on the Psychology of Jesus: A Study of the Origin, Processes, and Results of Psychological Conflict in His Ethical Struggle. Boston: R.G. Gorman.

Bradshaw, J. (1981). Oral Transmission and Human Memory. Expository Times, 92, 303-307.

Breshears, G., & Larzelere, R. E. (1981). The Authority of Scripture and the Unity of Revelation: A Response to Crabb. JPT, 9, 312-317.

Broome, E. C. (1946). Ezekiel's Abnormal Personality. Journal of Biblical Literature, 65, 277-292.

Brown, C. A. (1981). Jung's Hermeneutic of Doctrine: Its Theological Significance. Chico, CA: Scholars.

Brown, S. (1989). Universalism and Particularism in Matthew's Gospel: A Jungian Approach. In D. Lull (Ed.), Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers, 1989 (pp. 388-399). Scholars.

Brown, S. (1990). The Beloved Disciple: a Jungian View. In R. T. Fortna, & B. R. Gaventa (Eds.), The Conversation Continues: Studies in Paul and John in Honor of J. Louis Martyn (pp. 366-377). Nashville: Abingdon.

Bufford, R. K. (1977). God and Behavior Mod: Some Thoughts Concerning Relationships between Biblical Principles and Behavior Modification. JPT, 5, 13-22.

Bufford, R. K. (1978). God and Behavior Mod: II. Some Reflections on Vos' Response. JPT, 6, 215-218.

Bufford, R. K. (1981). The Human Reflex: Behavioral Psychology in Biblical Perspective. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Bundy, W. E. (1922). The Psychic Health of Jesus. New York: Macmillan.

Callan, T. (1990). Psychological Perspectives on the Life of Paul: An Application of the Methodology of Gerd Theissen. Lewiston/ Queenston/ Lampeter: Edwin Mellen.

Capps, D. (1985). The Beatitudes and Erikson's Life Cycle Theory. Pastoral Psychology, 33, 226-244.

Carroll, R. P. (1977). Ancient Israelite Prophecy and Dissonance Theory. Numen, 24, 135-151.

Carroll, R. P. (1980). Prophecy and Dissonance: A Theoretical Approach to the Prophetic Tradition. Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 92(1), 108-119.

Carter, J. D. (1977). Secular and Sacred Models of Psychology and Religion. JPT, 5, 197-208.

Capps, D. (2000) Jesus: A Psychological Biography. St. Louis, MO: Chalice Press.

Cassem, N. H. (1973). Ezekiel's Psychotic Personality: Reservations on the Use of the Couch for Biblical Personalities. In R. Clifford (Ed.), Word in the World (pp. 59-68). Cambridge, MA: Weston College Press.

Chance, S. (1987). Ruth An Ancient Message for Contemporary Women. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 51, 373-382.

Charny, I. W. (1973). And Abraham Went to Slay Isaac: A Parable of Killer, Victim, and Bystander in the Family of Man. Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 10, 304-318.

Clinton, S. M. (1990). A Critique of Integration Models. JPT, 18, 13-20.

Cohen, N. J. (1983). Two That Are One: Sibling Rivalry in Genesis. Judaism, 32, 331-342.

Cole, D. T. (1978). A Personality Sketch of Cain, the Son of Adam. JPT, 6, 37-39.

Cole, D. T. (1986). A Response to Foster and Moran's `Piaget and Parables: the Convergence of Secular and Scriptural Views of Learning". JPT, 14, 49-53.

Cox, D. (1959). Jung and St. Paul: A Study of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith and its Relation to the Concept of Individuation. New York: Association Press.

Crabb, L. J. (1981). Biblical Authority and Christian Psychology. JPT, 9, 305-311.

Culbertson, D. (1989). Are You Also Deceived? Reforming the Reader in John 7. In T. Callan (Ed.), Proceedings, Eastern Great Lakes & Midwest Biblical Societies (vol. 9, pp. 148-160). Grand Rapids: The Societies.

Cunningham, A. (1991). Psychoanalytic Approaches to Biblical Narrative (Genesis 1-4). In D. Cohn-Sherbok (Ed.), A Traditional Quest (pp. 113-132). Sheffield: JSOT.

Cunningham, A. (1992). Type and Archetype in the Eden Story. In P. Morris, & D. Sawyer (Ed.), A Walk in the Garden: Biblical, Iconographical and Literary Images of Eden (pp. 290-309). Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.

de Monchy, S. J. R. (1962). Adam-Cain-Oedipus. American Imago, 19, 3-17.

De Vries, M. J. (1982). The Conduct of Integration: A Response to Farnsworth. JPT, 10, 320-325.

Delitzsch, F. J. (1966). A System of Biblical Psychology (2 ed.). Grand Rapids: Baker Book House.

Diel, P. (1986). Symbolism in the Bible: The Universality of Symbolic Language and its Psychological Significance Translated by Nelly Marans. San Francisco: Harper & Row.

Dolto, F., & Svrin, G. (1979). The Jesus of Psychoanalysis: A Freudian Interpretation of the Gospel Translated by Helen R. Lane. Garden City: Doubleday.

Dreifuss, G. (1972). The Figures of Satan and Abraham (In the Legends on Genesis 22, the Akedah). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 17, 166-178.

Dreifuss, G. (1975). The Binding of Isaac (Genesis 22- The Akedah). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 20, 50-56.

Drewermann, E. (1981-1982). Structuren des Bösen: Die jahwistishe Urgeschichte in psychoanalytischer Sicht. München: Paderborn.

Drewermann, E. (1984a). Tiefenpsychologie und Exegese: Die Wahrheit der Formen: Traum, Mythos, Marchen, Sage, und Legende. Olten: Walter-Verlag.

Drewermann, E. (1984b). Tiefenpsychologie und Exegese: Die Wahrheit der Werke und der Worte: Wunder, Vision, Weissagung, Apokalypse, Geschichte, Gleichnis. Olten: Walter-Verlag.

Edinger, E. F. (1972). Ego and Archetype: Individuation and the Religious Function of the Psyche. Baltimore: Penguin.

Edinger, E. F. (1986). The Bible and the Psyche: Individuation Symbolism in the Old Testament. Toronto: Inner City Books.

Ellens, J. H. (1981). Biblical Authority and Christian Psychology: II. JPT, 9, 318-325.

Erikson, E. H. (1981). The Galilean Sayings and the Sense of `I'. Yale Review, 70, 321-362.

Fagan, J. (1976). It Ain't Necessarily So. Transactional Analysis Journal, 6, 156-158.

Farnsworth, K. E. (1982). The Conduct of Integration. JPT, 10, 308-319.

Farnsworth, K. E., Alexanian, J. M., & Iverson, J. D. (1983). Integration and the Culture of Rationalism: Reaction to Responses to `The Conduct of Integration': II. JPT, 11, 349-352.

Faur, J. (1990). De-authorization of the Law: Paul and the Oedipal Model. In J. H. Smith, & S. A. Handelman (Ed.), Psychoanalysis and Religion (pp. 222-243). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins.

Feldman, Y. S. (1989). Recurrence and Sublimation: Toward a Psychoanalytic Approach to Biblical Narrative. In B. Olshen (Ed.), Approaches to Teaching the Hebrew Bible (pp. 78-82). New York: Modern Language Association.

Field, M. J. (1972). Angels and Ministers of Grace: an Ethno-psychiatrist's Contribution to Biblical Criticism. New York: Hill and Wang.

Fingert, H. H. (1954). Psychoanalytic Study of the Minor Prophet, Jonah. Psychoanalytic Review, 41, 55-65.

Fletcher, M. S. (1912). The Psychology of the New Testament (2nd ed.). New York: Hodder and Stoughton.

Fodor, A. (1954). The Fall of Man in the Book of Genesis. American Imago, 11, 203-231.

Fortune, R. F. (1926). The Symbolism of the Serpent. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 7, 237-243.

Foster, J. D., & Moran, G. T. (1985). Piaget and Parables. JPT, 13, 97-103.

Freud, S. (1939, 1967). Moses and Monotheism Translated by Katherine Jones . New York: Vintage Books.

Fromm, E. (1966). You Shall Be as Gods: A Radical Reinterpretation of the Old Testament and Its Tradition. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Girard, R. (1987). Job: The Victim of His People Translated by Yvonne Freccero . Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

Girard, R., Oughourlian, J.-M., & Lefort, G. (1978). Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World Translated by Stephen Bann and Michael Metteer . Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

Goitein, L. (1954). The Importance of the Book of Job for Analytic Thought. American Imago, 11, 407-415.

Gregory, S. (1980). A New Dimension in Old Testament Study: A Course guide to the Study of Selections from the Old Testament for Individuals and Groups. San Francisco: Guild for Psychological Studies.

Gruber, L. (1986). Moses: His Speech Impediment and Behavior Therapy. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 10, 5-13.

Guy, J. D. (1982). Affirming Diversity in the Task of Integration: Response to "Biblical Authority and Christian Psychology". JPT, 10, 35-39.

Hall, G. S. (1917). Jesus, the Christ, in the Light of Psychology. Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Co.

Halperin, D. (1993). Seeking Ezekiel: Text and Psychology. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Hamerton-Kelly, R. G. (1985). A Girardian Interpretation of Paul: Rivalry, Mimesis and Victimage in the Corinthian Correspondence. Semeia, 33, 65-81.

Healer, C. (1972). Freud and St. Paul. Philadelphia: Dorrance and Co.

Hein, D. (1980). Crisis and Identity. Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 1(2), 119-131.

Hitchcock, A. W. (1907). The Psychology of Jesus: a Study of the Development of His Self-Consciousness. Boston: Pilgrim Press.

Holland, N. (1968). The Dynamics of Literary Response. New York: Oxford University Press.

Holland, N. (1975). 5 Readers Reading. New Haven: Yale University.

Holland, N. (1990). A Reader's Guide to Psychoanalytic Psychology and Literature-and-Psychology. New York: Oxford University.

Holland, N. N. (1975). Unity Identity Text Self. In J. P. Tompkins (Ed.), Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism (pp. 118-133). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Homans, P. (1969). Psychology and Hermeneutics: Jung's Contribution. Zygon, 4(4), 333-355.

Homans, P. (1970). Theology after Freud: An Interpretive Inquiry. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill.

Homans, P. (1975). Psychology and Hermeneutics: An Exploration of Basic Issues and Resources. Journal of Religion, 55, 327-47.

Homans, P. (1979). Jung in Context: Modernity and the Making of a Psychology. Chicago: University of Chicago.

Howes, E. B. (1971). Intersection and Beyond. San Francisco: Guild for Psychological Studies.

Howes, E. B. (1984). Jesus' Answer to God. San Francisco: Guild for Psychological Studies.

Hughes, R. A. (1982). The Cain Complex and the Apostle Paul. Soundings, 65, 5-22.

Hurt, K. F. (1982). The Quest of the Psychological Jesus. Unitarian Universalist Christian, 37, 21-31.

Jackson, B. (1975). The psuche in Psychology and Theology. JPT, 3, 3-10.

Jackson, H. (1975). The Resurrection Belief of the Earliest Church: A Response to the Failure of Prophecy? Journal of Religion, 55, 414-425.

Jacobi, W. (1920). Die Ekstase der alttestamentlichen Propheten. München und Wiesbaden: J.F. Bergmann.

Jaynes, J. (1976). The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Johnson, C. B. (1983). The Psychology Of Biblical Interpretation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan.

Johnson, E. L. (1992). A Place for the Bible within Psychological Science. JPT, 20, 346-355.

Joyce, G. C. (1910). The Inspiration of Prophecy: An Essay in the Psychology of Religion. New York: Oxford University.

Jung, C. G. (1938). Psychology and Religion: The Terry Lectures. In H. Read, M. Fordham, & G. Adler (Eds.), The Collected Works of C.G. Jung (vol. 11, pp. 3-105). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Jung, C. G. (1950). Psychology and Literature. In H. Read, M. Fordham, & G. Adler (Eds.), The Collected Works of C.G. Jung (vol. 15, pp. 84-105). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Jung, C. G. (1952). Answer to Job. In H. Read, M. Fordham, & G. Adler (Eds.), The Collected Works of C.G. Jung (vol. 11, pp. 355-470). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Jung, C. G. (1966a). The Spirit in Man, Art, and Literature Translated by R.F.C. Hull. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.

Kaplan, J. H. (1906). Psychology of Prophecy: a Study of the Prophetic Mind as Manifested by the Ancient Hebrew Prophets. American Journal of Religious Psychology and Education, , 169-203.

Kaplan, J. H. (1908). Psychology of Prophecy; a Study of the Prophetic Mind as Manifested by the Ancient Hebrew Prophets. Philadelphia: J.H. Greenstone.

Katz, R. L. (1958). A Psychoanalytic Comment on Job 3:25. Hebrew Union College Annual, 29, 377-383.

Kelman, H. (1986). The Day Precipitate of Pharaoh's Dreams. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 1986, 306-309.

Kille, D. A. (1995). Jacob: A Study in Individuation. In David Miller (Ed.), Jung and the Interpretation of the Bible. (pp.40-54). New York: Continuum.

Kille, D. A. (1992b). Word and Psyche: The Psychology of Religion and the Bible. Paradigms, 7(2), 11-19.

Kille, D. A. (1993). What is This to You? Amos 5:18-20. Paper presented to the Psychology and Biblical Studies Group, Society of Biblical Literature, November 1994.

Kille, D.A. (2000) Psychological Biblical Criticism. Guides to Old Testament Scholarship, G. Tucker, Ed. Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

King, J. R. (1991). The Parables of Jesus: A Social Psychological Approach. JPT, 19, 257-267.

Klein, W. C. (1956). The Psychological Pattern of Old Testament Prophecy. Evanston: Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.

Kluger, R. S. (1967). Satan in the Old Testament Translated by Hildegard Nagel. Evanston: Northwestern University.

Kluger, R. S. (1974). Psyche and Bible: Three Old Testament Themes. Zurich/ New York: Spring Publications.

Knapp, B. L. (1984). A Jungian Approach to Literature. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

Kühlewein, J. (1980). Gotteserfahrung und Reifungsgeschichte in der Jakob-Esau-Erzählung. In R. Albertz, H.-P. Mueller, H. W. Wolff, & W. Zimmerli (Eds.), Werden und Wirken des Alten Testaments: Festschrift für Claus Westermann zum 70 Geburtstag. Göttingen: Vandenhoek & Ruprecht.

Kühnholz, W. (1978). Sexualität- Eine uralte Geschichte (Gen 3). In Y. Spiegel (Ed.), Doppeldeutlich: Tiefendimensionen biblischer texte (pp. 35-43). Munich: Chr. Kaiser.

Kunkel, F. (1987). Creation Continues: A Psychological Interpretation of the Gospel of Matthew. New York: Paulist.

Lacocque, A., & Lacocque, P.-E. (1990). Jonah: A Psycho-Religious Approach to the Prophet. University of South Carolina Press.

Lawrence, C. (1983). Redecision and Repentance: Reframing Redecision Work for the Religious Client. Transactional Analysis Journal, 13, 158-162.

Leslie, R. (1965). Jesus and Logotherapy: the Ministry of Jesus as Interpreted through the Psychotherapy of Viktor Frankl. Nashville: Abingdon.

Leslie, R. (1982). Jesus as Counselor. Nashville: Abingdon.

Levy, L. (1917). Sexualsymbolik in der biblischen Paradiesgeschichte. Imago, 5, 16-30.

Lindauer, M. S. (1974). The Psychological Study of Literature: Limitations, Possibilities, and Accomplishments. Chicago: Nelson-Hall.

Lubbers, E. (1952). Mirror of the Self: Psychology of the New Testament Self. Interpretation, 6, 290-300.

Maloney, H. N. (1985). Psychology of Religion. In D. G. Benner (Ed.), Baker Encyclopedia of Psychology (pp. 938-942). Grand Rapids: Baker Book House.

Marotti, A. F. (1978). Countertransference, the Communication Process, and the Dimensions of Psychoanalytic Criticism. Critical Inquiry, 4, 471-489.

McGann, D. (1985). The Journeying Self: The Gospel of Mark through a Jungian Perspective. New York: Paulist.

McGann, D. (1988). Journeying within Transcendence: A Jungian Perpective on the Gospel of John. New York: Paulist.

McGuire, W. (Ed.). (1974). The Freud/Jung Letters: The Correspondence between Sigmund Freud and C.G. Jung . Princeton: Princeton University.

McMinn, M. R., & McMinn, G. N. (1983). Complete Yet Inadequate: the Role of Learned Helplessness and Self-attribution from the Writings of Paul. JPT, 11, 303-310.

Meier, L. (1992). Jacob and His Four Wives. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 16(1), 45-71.

Meier, L. (1993). As Jacob is Touched by His Father. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 17(2), 113-124.

Miller, D.L. (1995). Jung and the Interpretation of the Bible. New York: Continuum.

Miller, J. W. (1983). Psychoanalytic Approaches to Biblical Religion. Journal of Religion and Health, 22, 19-29.

Mills, W. E. (Ed.). (1986). Speaking in Tongues: A Guide to Research on Glossalalia . Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

Moxon, C. (1922). Epileptic Traits in Paulus of Tarsus. Psychoanalytic Review, 9, 60-66.

Mumford, D. B. (1992). Emotional Distress in the Hebrew Bible: Somatic or Psychological? British Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 92-97.

Natoli, J. (1984a). Psychocriticism: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Natoli, J. (Ed.). (1984b). Psychological Perspectives on Literature: Freudian Dissidents and Non-Freudians . Hamden, CT: Archon.

Oates, W. E. (1950). The Diagnostic Use of the Bible: What a Man Sees in the Bible Is a Projection of His Inner Self. Pastoral Psychology, 1, 43-46.

Ong, W. (1982). The Psychodynamics of Oral Memory and Narrative: Some Implications for Biblical Studies. In R. Masson (Ed.), The Pedagogy of God's Image: Essays on Symbol and the Religious Imagination (Scholars.

Pfeiffer, J., Mauser, W., & Urban, B. (Eds.). (1989). Literaturpsychologie 1945-1987: Eine systematische un annotierte Bibliographie . Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

Pfister, O. (1920). Die Entwicklung des Apostels Paulus: Eine religionsgeschichtliche und psychologische Skizze. Imago, 6, 243-290.

Pfister, O. (1948). Christianity and Fear: A Study in History and in the Psychology and Hygiene of Religion. Translated by W.H. Johnson . London: George Allen & Unwin.

Philipson, M. (1963). Outline of a Jungian Aesthetics. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University.

Powell, M. A. (1992). The Bible and Modern Literary Criticism: A Critical and Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.

Powlison, D. A. (1984). Which Presuppositions? Secular Psychology and the Categories of Biblical Thought. JPT, 12, 270-278.

Pruyser, P. (1991). Forms and Functions of the Imagination in Religion. In H. N. Maloney, & B. Spilka (Eds.), Religion in Psychodynamic Perspective: the Contributions of Paul W. Pruyser (pp. 170-188). New York: Oxford University.

Pruyser, P. (1991). The Seamy Side of Current Religious Beliefs. In H. N. Maloney, & B. Spilka (Eds.), Religion in Psychodynamic Perspective: the Contributions of Paul W. Pruyser (pp. 47-65). New York: Oxford University.

Pruyser, P. (1991). The Tutored Imagination in Religion. In H. N. Maloney, & B. Spilka (Eds.), Religion in Psychodynamic Perspective: the Contributions of Paul W. Pruyser (pp. 101-115). New York: Oxford University.

Raguse, H. (1992). Der Odipus-Komplex und die depressive Position: Psychoanalytische Reflexionen zur Wirkungsgeschichte des 12. Kapitels der Apokalypse des Johannes. Zeitscrift für Psychoanalytische Theorie und Praxis, 7, 126-144.

Rambo, L. (1978). Contradiction, Compromise, or Convergence: Relfections on Christianity and Psychology. Christian Scholars' Review, 8, 126-129.

Reid, S. A. (1973). The Book of Job. The Psychoanalytic Review, 60, 373-391.

Reik, T. (1951). Psychoanalytic Studies of Biblical Exegesis. In Dogma and Compulsion: Psychoanalytic Studies of Religion and Myths (pp. 229-275). New York: International Universities.

Reik, T. (1957). Myth and Guilt. New York: George Braziller.

Reik, T. (1959). Mystery on the Mountain: The Drama of the Sinai Revelation. New York: Harper.

Renik, O. (1991). The Biblical Book of Job: Advice to Clinicians. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 60, 596-606.

Reynierse, J. H. (1975a). Behavior Therapy and Job's Recovery. JPT, 3, 187-194.

Reynierse, J. H. (1975b). A Behavioristic Analysis of the Book of Job. JPT, 3, 75-81.

Ricoeur, P. (1970). Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation Translated by Denis Savage . New Haven: Yale University Press.

Roffey, J. W. (1987). Genesis 3: A Foray into Psychology and Biblical Theology. Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review, 19(2), 48-56.

Rogers, M. L. (1979). Some Biblical Families Examined from a Systems Perspective. JPT, 7, 251-258.

Róheim, G. (1940). The Garden of Eden. Psychoanalytic Review, 27, 177-199.

Rollins, W. G. (1983). Jung and the Bible. Atlanta: John Knox Press.

Rollins, W. G. (1985). Jung on Scripture and Hermeneutics: Retrospect and Prospect. In L. H. Martin, & J. Goss (Eds.), Essays on Jung and the Study of Religion (pp. 81-94). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Rollins, W. G. (1987). Jung's Challenge to Biblical Hermeneutics. In M. Stein, & R. L. Moore (Eds.), Jung's Challenge to Contemporary Religion (pp. 107-126). Wilmette, IL: Chiron.

Rollins, W.G. (1999). Soul and Psyche: The Bible in Psychological Perspective. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress.

Rubenstein, R. (1972). My Brother Paul. New York: Harper & Row.

Sanday, W. (1911). Personality in Christ and in Ourselves. Oxford: Clarendon.

Sanford, J. A. (1970). The Kingdom Within: A Study of the Inner Meaning of Jesus' Sayings. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott.

Sanford, J. A. (1981). The Man Who Wrestled with God: Light from the Old Testament on the Psychology of Individuation.Ramsey, N.J.: Paulist.

Sanford, J. A. (1985). King Saul, the Tragic Hero: A Study in Individuation. New York: Paulist.

Schneidau, H. N. (1986). Biblical Narrative and Modern Consciousness. In F. McConnell (Ed.), The Bible and the Narrative Tradition (pp. 132-150). New York: Oxford University.

Schweitzer, A. (1948). The Psychiatric Study of Jesus: Exposition and Criticism Translated by Charles R. Joy . Boston: Beacon Press.

Scroggs, R. (1977). Paul for a New Day. Philadelphia: Fortress.

Scroggs, R. (1982, ). Psychology as a Tool to Interpret the Text. Christian Century, pp. 335-338.

Shepperson, V. L. (1984). Jacob's Journey: from Narcissim toward Wholeness. JPT, 12, 178-187.

Shiryon, M. (1992). The Stories of Exodus as Metaphors for Psychotherapy. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 16, 235-244.

Sigal, L. (1990). The Feminine Divine in the Book of Esther: a Psychoanalytic Study. In W. Hallo, B. W. Jones, & G. L. Mattingly (Eds.), The Bible in Light of Cuneiform Literature: Scripture in Context III (pp. 381-411). Lewiston: Mellen.

Slusser, G. H. (1986). From Jung to Jesus: Myth and Consciousness in the New Testament. Atlanta: John Knox. Smith, W. C. (1989). Scripture as Form and Concept: Their Emergence for the Western World. In M. Levering (Ed.), Rethinking Scripture: Essays from a Comparative Perspective (New York: SUNY Press.

Spiegel, Y. (Ed.). (1972). Psychoanalytische Interpretationen Biblischer Texte . München: Kaiser.

Spiegel, Y. (Ed.). (1978). Doppeldeutlich: Tiefendimensionen biblischer Texte . München: Chr. Kaiser.

Stahlke, P. (1990). Jungian Archetypes and the Personality of Jesus in the Synoptics. JPT, 18(2), 174-178.

Stein, D. (1980). Is Psycho-Analytic Reading of the Bible Possible? In H. Küng, & J. Moltmann (Eds.), Conflicting Ways of Interpreting the Bible (pp. 24-32). New York: Seabury.

Stein, M. (1985). Jung's Treatment of Christianity: The Psychotherapy of a Religious Tradition. Wilmette, IL: Chiron.

Stevenson, J. G. (1913). Religion and Temperament: A Popular Study of their Relations. London: Cassell.

Steyn, J. (1984). Some Psycholinguistic Factors Involved in the Discourse Analysis of Ancient Texts. Theologia Evangelica, 17(2), 51-65.

Sugg, R. P. (Ed.). (1992). Jungian Literary Criticism . Evanston, IL: NorthWestern University Press.

Theissen, G. (1987). Psychological Aspects of Pauline Theology. Philadelphia: Fortress.

Thomas, D. E. (1914). The Psychological Approach to the Study of Prophecy. Ph.D., Chicago.

Tolbert, M. A. (1977). Prodigal Son: An Essay in Literary Criticism from a Psychoanalytic Perspective. Semeia, 9, 1-20.

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