5 edition of God part of the brain found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2004/05745 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||99163028|
Belief and the brain's 'God spot' Scientists say they have located the parts of the brain that control religious faith. And the research proves, they contend, that belief in a higher power is an. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Rogue Press, Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Book I: Theory's Evolution --Chapter 1: Throwing rocks at God --Chapter 2: What is science?--Chapter 3: A very brief history of time or everything you ever wanted to know about the universe but were afraid to ask --Chapter 4: Kant --Chapter 5: God as.
This is an amazing book and has reshaped my brain towards God, and I have been a practicing Christian for 32 years. This is a MUST read book for any serious Christian. It is tragic how Satan's lies distort our view of God/5. Your Brain Is God book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This collection of essays, written by the poster boy of s cou /5.
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The God Part Of The Brain: A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God Paperback – January 1, by/5(). Whether one is a believer, an atheist, or remains undecided, The God Part of the Brain is a lucid and engaging manifesto that makes us think as it turns each of our most basic assumptions about the meaning of life and spirituality on its head/5.
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Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Manufacturer: Rogue Press, N.Y. The “God” Part of the Brainis a challenge at first, but once you open your mind to the potentials of its theories, there is nothing to do but fol-low its arguments to their logical conclusions.
And although he rips away our old stiff crutches, this auda-cious philosopher is kind enough to spoon-feed us aFile Size: KB. The 'God' Part of The Brain | A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God Website for Matthew Alper's book which suggests that 'humans are innately hard-wired to perceive a spiritual reality'.
The "God" Part of The Brain. "The 'God' Part of the Brain" offers a secular humanistic [albeit atheistic] alternative to our old religious paradigms.
Herein lies a new way of perceiving ourselves, our place in the universe and ultimately what it means to be human—flawed and mortal—but with the hope of living meaningful and fulfilling existences despite that there is no God, no soul nor any afterlife.
"Wonderfully written "The 'God' Part of the Brain" is one of the most insightful, incisive works I have ever read in the field of the Psychology of Religion." Brandon Johns, President of the CSU Fullerton Skeptic Society "Vibrant vivacious an entertaining and provocative introduction to speculations concerning the neural basis of spirituality.".
Acclaimed by a wide range of experts, The God Part of the Brain is a classic. Matthew Alper presents a stunning argument: that our brain is hardwired to believe Free shipping over $Cited by: Based on social, psychological, and anthropological confirmation as well as the latest genetic and neurophysiological research, The "God" Part of the Brain explores the apparent correlation between spirituality/religiosity and the human brain.
The themes of the two books couldn’t be more similar. In fact, when I first heard about the book, I thought to myself, “what could Alper say about this subject that Newberg hasn’t already said?” Now this isn’t exactly fair, because the first edition of The God Part of the Brain came out inlong before Newberg’s book ().
The "God" Part of the Brain: A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God/5. Acclaimed by a wide range of experts, The "God" Part of the Brain is a classic. Matthew Alper presents a stunning argument: that our brain is hardwired to believe in a God.
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Alper tries to explain how our brains developed the believe of God. He sees it as a survival advantage. His web site is at The "God" Part of the Brain. Where God Lives in the Human Brain. The 'God' Part of the Brain has gained critical acclaim from some of the world's leading scientists, secular humanists, and theologians, and is as a must read for anyone who has pondered the question of God's existence, as well as the meaning of our own.
Praise for The "God" Part of the Brain/5(4). The "God" Part of the Brain: A Scientific Interpretation of Human Spirituality and God - Ebook written by Matthew Alper. Read this book using Google Play. God on the Brain Reviews the book 'Why God Won't Go Away: Science and the Biology of Belief,' by Andrew Newberg, Eugene D'Aquili and Vince Rause.
And our descriptions of God, the authors say, roughly correspond to these different parts of the brain. For example, God as perceived in the concrete world is attributed to the workings of our.JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE BRAIN: EXPLAINING MIND IN A UNIVERSE OF MATTER.
This book is the first to bring science and religion logically together – proving by the structure and function of the brain that consciousness cannot be coherently explained apart from the existence and immanence of God.
A critical book to know oneself, how human brain functions and why we have a religion/god concept. Of course it is written in an introductory way and in short volume, and it was based on scientific evidence.
Henceforth, the people who looked for exact "answers", similar to the ones given in religious texts, would be disappointed with this book/5.