Dreams God's Forgotten Language Author:John Sanford "Is God the author of dreams? Did His revelation end in the New Testament, or is He still speaking to men in their dreams today? — John Sanford calls dreams, 'God's forgotten language." He points out that the Bible is filled with examples of revelations made by God through a dream. 'And we have had fifty years to read Freud and Jung who have spok... more »en to us in a modern way about dreams.' But, he adds, 'Fear closes most to the messages of their dreams.'
Beginning with the premise that dreams are facts--they exist--the author of this highly original exploration in to the relationship of dreams to religious experiences draw on modern psychologists, who, in their search for ways to help men find healing and wholeness have discovered what the Bible knew all alnog but Christians had forgotten: 'dreams and their interpretation can heal the sick soul."
[Originally published in German and edited by the C. G. Jung Institute of Zurich]
Written by an Episcopal priest who attended the Jung Institute but served parishes in America. His mother is said to be Agnes Sanford, the novelist.« less