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The Humanizing Brain: A Clinician/Pastor Response

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The Humanizing Brain is an effort by theological scholars to integrate neuroscience and theological constructs into a cohesive evolutionary and developmental scheme. The primary strength is a developing dialogue between neurodevelopmental theory and process theology. The book's widest appeal should be to theologians exploring religious and spiritual manifestations in the brain and neurosciences. The relatively simplistic science may limit significant usefulness to broad neuroscientific and medical communities, although neuroscientists and sophisticated lay readers with interests and back-grounds in theology may find The Humanizing Brain quite informative and interesting.
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Keywords: behavior; brain; creation; development; neuroscience; process theology; psychiatry

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Psychiatry, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia,

Publication date: 01 March 1999

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