Tag Archives: Neuroscience

James Holmes’ sick neuroscience experiment?

Over the past week I have not been able to shake this one nagging thought: that James Holmes’ study of neuroscience had something to do with his horrific crime in Aurora, Colorado.  Before you think that I am somehow blaming … Continue reading

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A GPS for Life?

As I mentioned in a recent post, I recently went on some hikes with friends from church. The hikes were terrific – I introduced my friends to new trails and we got a chance to get some exercise and celebrate the beauty … Continue reading

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Lost in the Moral Landscape

I recently finished reading Sam Harris’ latest book The Moral Landscape.  Harris is one of the renowned ‘new atheist’ authors, as a result of his books The End of Faith and Letter to a Christian Nation.  I was interested to see … Continue reading

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Some more soul searching…

So this following post would have been published about two weeks ago, but I got side-tracked by an opportunity to draft an overview of the arguments made by the popular atheist books (Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion, Christopher Hitchens’ god … Continue reading

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Lord, Save my Non-Reductionist Physicalist Soul

Since I wrote my last two posts about the presence of God in our consciousness, I stumbled across a fascinating book: Neuroscience, Psychology and Religion by Malcom Jeeves and Warren S. Brown.  The authors are both neuropsychologists and devout Christians, and the book was published by … Continue reading

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