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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 31 issue 1

Can the Brain Decide Whether God Exists?

John R. Shook


SCIENCE AND RELIGION: THE END OF A BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP? Can the Brain Decide Whether God Exists? John R. Shook Science studies nature, and our brains are part of nature. Brains naturally produce beliefs—lots of them. Some of those beliefs are about nature, and others are about God. God is unnatural,...

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