This book discusses that a science that deals with the immaterial might be more apt for finding out about the immaterial world of God. It asks whether psychotherapy can go beyond belief and gives various answers from a wide variety of people and their differing perspectives.
Foreword -- Introduction -- “The God I want” -- In whose image? -- An agnostic’s spirituality -- A good-enough God? Some psychology-theology crossing places -- Psychotherapy and religion -- Reflections of an analytical psychologist on God, religion, and spirituality -- Reflections about God (Yehovah) and religion -- A former Jesuit and an agnostic Jew talk about religion over a cup of coffee -- The Spirit of God -- Freud, feminism, and religion -- Religion and science in psychoanalysis -- A religious man who doesn’t believe in God