Where God Lives in the Human Brain

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Sourcebooks, 2001 - Science - 233 pages
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Walking the fine line between religious belief and recent scientific discoveries, "Where God Lives in the Human Brain" explores the way humans have sought meaning in the world, to humanize their environment and connection with the divine. This book shows how readers can understand this impulse toward divinity by understanding the intricacies of the brain and its capacity to grapple with the complexity of the universe.

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Albright is associate for programs at the Chicago Center for Religion and Science.

Ashbrook is professor emeritus of religion and personality at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois.

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