"Religion, Science and Synchronicity" is the title of a paper written by Roderick Main.  It starts with the following words:

"In this paper, I examine the role C. G. Jung’s (1875-1961) theory of synchronicity played in his attempt to come to a satisfactory understanding of the relationship between religion and science. First, I briefly explain the theory of synchronicity. Then, I sketch Jung’s lifelong preoccupation with the relationship between religion and science and note some of its implications for his general psychological theory".

The paper is available online at:


and I find the subject of great interest.

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