Pastoral Psychology

, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 19–32 | Cite as

The Thought of David Bakan: Overview and Implications for Christology

  • Peter J. Gorday
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Abstract

As a personologist who utilized both the Freudian, psychoanalytic account of psychological development and functioning and the Jewish mystical and Kabbalistic understanding of the soul's redemption from evil, David Bakan offers to Christian theologians a rich perspective from which to re-think the soteriology of the cross.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter J. Gorday
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  1. 1.Georgia Association for Pastoral CounselingAtlanta

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