An interesting take on questions of faith/faithfulness (Heb. emunah) and science. If religious experience can be shown to occur on the basis of electro-chemical brain stimulation, does this invalidate faith in God? Does neuropsychology disprove free will? A Christian physician's perspective.
TILL WE HAVE MINDS
William P Cheshire, JR, MD
A panel of Princeton University scientists recently gathered together to deliberate "whether strong religious belief can coexist with reliance on science." Constraining their definition of truth to "factual human knowledge," the panel, led by professor of molecular biology Lee Silver, posed the provocative question, whether "science has effectively demonstrated that religious beliefs have no place in the rational mind."
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