Love, Imperfectly Known: Towards a Human and Divine Intimacy (BOK)
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This is a study of how unconscious psychological projections can distort our image of God and of both divine and human love. Believer, non-believer or undecided, every one of us is influenced in our quest by unconscious projections that, in part, condition our instinctive conception of God and therefore our personal beliefs. By unmasking such influences, this book attempts to lift the major obstacles that may arise in someone's quest for meaning or on the way to a spiritual experience: doubts about the existence of a God of love in the face of a world where evil is prominent; secret fears of God allied to genuine difficulty in believing oneself worthy of love; persistent images of a rather distant or frightening Divine Being; unhelpful contrasts between science and faith, psychology and theology, sexuality and spirituality...The author invites us to discover more fully the divine love that we know only imperfectly and from which all human love is called to draw the desire and strength to aspire to its highest level of intensity.