The first volume of Intersection, a journal published by the Guild for Psychological Studies, features articles on religion, psychology, mythology, the arts, and the environment. This publication provides an extension to the seminar process which has been offered by the Guild throughout the world for over fifty years. The focus of these seminars is to study the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, not with a Christian perspective but with an attempt to uncover what might have been his own religious experience and his own historical self-estimate. This study, enhanced by the psychology of C.G. Jung, provides a model for the self-realization of the individual in the context of the world.

Titles included in this Volume are: “A Changing God Image;” “Jesus: Myth and History;” “Out of Darkness;” “Drama and Religious Dialogue;” and “Earth Brows of Such Care.” Poetry by Joan Gibbons and works in progress inviting reader response are also part of the volume.

$10.00, Paper ISSN 1072-6225, 160 pages; 5½” x 8½”, 1991