Psychology of Religion (Paperback)
Do we need a religious belief that is a labyrinth of lies, deceit, cheat, distortion, fabrications, fairy tales, legends, fantasies, and absurd teachings? Do we need a religion that has killed one billion people through crimes and genocides, robbery and wars, slavery and human exploitation? Do we need a religion with 'knowledge' that is thoroughly not comprehensible and not provable, not traceable and not reproducible? A religious and spiritual belief that is not based on and not linked with the mental (psychical-spiritual) functions and with the indispensable conditions of mastering human life is useless and meaningless. True religious and spiritual knowledge - about the soul of humans, the other world, and the divine world - requires the fulfillment of the Archetypal Processes of the Soul.