Embracing Change: Postmodern Interpretations of the I Ching from a Christian Perspective
Written primarily with Christians in mind, this book attempts to provide a comprehensive interpretation of the I Ching in the postmodern world and a creative reflection on the Christian faith based on various ideas evoked by "change."
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The Philosophy of Change
The Symbolic Meaning of Change
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According advantageous becomes beginning Book of Changes brings good fortune brings misfortune Carl Jung Ch'ien Chinese Ching Chou Chou dynasty Christ Christian faith Chu Hsi complementary concept Correctness brings correlation cosmic creative dragon duograms Earlier Heaven Earth K'un eight trigrams eternity everything existence fifth line Fu Hsi germinal situation Heaven and Earth Hellmut Wilhelm hexagram 11 hidden hexagram holy sages human idea interpretation Judeo-Christian Judgment kerygma King Lake Tui Later Heaven main text means mistake Mountain Ken movement nature nonbeing nuclear trigrams numbers old yin possible prayer presupposes primary trigrams principle process of change process of divination relationship represents Richard Wilhelm ruler Sequence of Earlier Sequence of Later significance sincerity sixty-four hexagrams superior person Tao te Ching Testament theory of relativity things Thunder Chen tradition trigram Heaven trinitarian understanding understood undivided line universe Wang Pi Water K'an Wind Sun wisdom words worldview Yellow River yin line yin-yang