Neuroscience, Religion, and Cultural Authority:
Dialogue Between Neuroscience and Christianity
Date: Monday, October 21, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: McCormick Place, S402
Contact:

Chris Mathes, PhD
Email: cwmathes846@gmail.com
Phone: (732)586-1073

Josh Whitt, PhD
Email: jpwhitt83@gmail.com
Phone: 410-404-7416

Note: William Struthers (Wheaton College) will provide this evening presentation sponsored by the Christian Neuroscience Society. Everyone is welcome to attend.

 

What is the relationship between faith and reason? Why is evil such a difficult problem? What is the purpose of death and the grave? Are they the final end of our human existence when we die and become food for microbes. There have been numerous and conflicting answers to these questions during the course of history. So, maybe we should ask ourselves if it is even possible to know whether or not our answers are correct? Maybe the answer is that there are no real answers to life's questions. Perhaps, our questions are just the meaningless occupation of over-sensitive fools. But, on the other hand, what if these questions have answers? What if it were possible to have a personal relationship with the Creator of the universe? What if the Creator really loved us and desired our love and fellowship, and we could reciprocate His love and fellowship? Life could suddenly become vibrant and meaningful.

Active neural receptor
Blue brain illustration
CAT scan
Dopamine
EEG
Human brain
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X-Ray of brain