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Gordon, R. (1968). Rivkah Scharf Kluger: Satan in the Old Testament. Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1967. pp. xvii + 173. $5.50.. J. Anal. Psychol., 13(2):173-175.

(1968). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 13(2):173-175

Rivkah Scharf Kluger: Satan in the Old Testament. Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1967. pp. xvii + 173. $5.50.

Review by:
Rosemary Gordon

Curatorium of the C. G. Jung Institute, Zürich (eds.): Evil. Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1967. pp. xiv + 265. $8.50.

The phenomenon of evil is one of the most troubling questions both for the man-in-the-street and for the scholar, be he philosopher, theologian, psychologist or sociologist. Many may puzzle over it, but everybody who would tackle it can do so only in his own way, and with the tools of his own discipline.

The two books, one on evil and the other on Satan, have appeared in 1967 in the series ‘Studies in Jungian thought’.

Satan in the Old Testament is a scholarly book originally written and published in German in 1948.

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