Human beings have been feeling guilt
since before the dawn of civilization.
The decline of organized religion in the West
has corresponded with less interest in guilt.
But at least for some people,
it is still relevant to look into
the deeper dimensions of the experience of guilt.
This cyber-sermon analyzes the psychological phenomenon
of pangs of moral conscience.
Then it probes deeper into a form of guilt
that is much more difficult to understand---existential guilt.
I. MORAL CONSCIENCE DIFFERS FROM EXISTENTIAL GUILT
II. COPING WITH EXISTENTIAL GUILT
III. HOW WE DISCOVER OUR EXISTENTIAL GUILT
IV. BEING RELEASED FROM EXISTENTIAL GUILT
V. SUMMARY: FIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
MORAL CONSCIENCE & EXISTENTIAL GUILT
"Existential Guilt: Deeper than the Pangs of Conscience"