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The Spiritual Brain: Science and Religious Experience

An award-winning scholar and practicing neuroscientist offers you 24 riveting lectures that explore the new and exciting field of neurotheology, a discipline aimed at understanding the connections between our brains and different kinds of religious phe…

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a********m
June 6, 2019

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a********m
May 27, 2019
Fantastic course, one of the best The Great Courses offers. Fascinating and well-considered. Highly recommended. There is a lot of material that may be followed up on. As far as rigor goes, what makes the existence of God any less compelling than the possibility of other universes, and how is one beyond the realm of science and the other not (see the equally compelling course on Astronomy)? How can science be practiced with a closed mind? An open mind may exercise healthy skepticism while seeking empirical results.

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s********m
January 15, 2019

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