By Malcolm Jeeves
- Do i've got a soul?
- How loose am I?
- What makes me uniquely human?
- Does my mind have a "God spot"?
In this hypothetical correspondence with a pupil, Jeeves argues that we needs to steer clear of fake offerings within the relation among Scripture and technology. Christians don't need to make a choice from a "God of the gaps" that competes with technology, a "neurotheology" that bases our knowing of God at the most up-to-date medical thought, or a systematic reductionism that says to have defined God away as an insignificant functionality of the mind. scholars encountering the courageous new global of neuroscience needn't view such study as a possibility to the religion. With the knowledge of a professional student, Jeeves courses us down the line less-traveled―the method of integration.