New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1988. XVI, 361 pp.
Contents: In this book the author defines religious problems and explains the mechanisms that are operative when religious
experience occurs, the principal one being personification. He also considers all aspects of religious experience as it relates
to institutions. Numinosity is defined, the theories of Freud and Jung are utilized so as to avoid the religious nihilism
of Freud and the opaqueness of Jung.