- From neuro- + theology (Wiktionary)
“Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.”
“GUPTA: Dr. Andrew Newberg is a pioneer in a new field called neurotheology, conducting groundbreaking studies of brain activity during prayer.”
“GUPAT: Dr. Andrew Newberg is a pioneer in a new field called neurotheology, conducting groundbreaking studies of brain activity during prayer.”
“He studies the relationship between the brain and religious experience, a field called neurotheology, and has written a book”
“But whether this evolving "neurotheology" is theology at all is doubtful.”
“Since then, more and more scientists have flocked to "neurotheology," the study of the neurobiology of religion and spirituality.”
“And so I see "neurotheology" from a unique perspective, as one who tried to find a cognitive rationale for religion and, finding none, finally accepted that religion rests wholly on faith, which cannot be truly rational.”
“Therefore, the concept of "neurotheology" is a nullity -- essentially, the word means "religious belief through brain function," and that's just impossible.”
“The pool starts now, as I'm taking bets on how long it's going to take for the fundies to latch onto "neurotheology" to justify everything they've been advocating, including but not limited to full theocracy which, after all, seems to be their ultimate goal.”
“Scientists have been in the pursuit of the brain processes underlying the Unio Mystica - the Christian notion of mystical union with God - and this endeavour is now part of a newly-emerging field called "neurotheology".”
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