Morton T. Kelsey, well-known for his writings that connect psychology and religion, puts the meaning of dreams into perspective and helps the reader discover again, the richness of the Christian tradition. In this revised and expanded edition, he summarized new findings in dream research and provides an updated bibliography. A substantial appendix of additional material and an index give further assistance to readers. In his overview of the history of the interpretation of dreams, the author traces the development of Judeo-Christian attitudes about dreams from Old and New Testament times, through the period of the Enlightenment, to the present. He sets down some practical suggestions for Christians today who wish to understand and learn from their dreams and appreciate the richness of the images and symbols they contain.
In this revised and expanded edition, Morton Kelsey--well known for his writings that connect religion and psychology--summarizes new findings in dream research and puts the meaning of dreams into perspective. Readers will rediscover the richness of the Christian tradition and find help in understanding their own dreams.