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  • noun The study of correlations of neural phenomena with the subjective experience of spirituality, attained through means such as the consumption of hallucinogenic drugs.

Etymologies

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From neuro- +‎ theology

Examples

  • Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.

    Slate Magazine

  • Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.

    Slate Magazine

  • Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.

    Slate Magazine

  • Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.

    Slate Magazine

  • Thursday, we'll round out the issue with two explorations of "neurotheology" - the study of how the brain generates (and responds to) religious experience.

    Slate Magazine

  • GUPAT: Dr. Andrew Newberg is a pioneer in a new field called neurotheology, conducting groundbreaking studies of brain activity during prayer.

    CNN Transcript May 19, 2007

  • GUPTA: Dr. Andrew Newberg is a pioneer in a new field called neurotheology, conducting groundbreaking studies of brain activity during prayer.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2007

  • GUPAT: Dr. Andrew Newberg is a pioneer in a new field called neurotheology, conducting groundbreaking studies of brain activity during prayer.

    CNN Transcript May 20, 2007

  • He studies the relationship between the brain and religious experience, a field called neurotheology, and has written a book

    NPR Topics: News

  • But whether this evolving "neurotheology" is theology at all is doubtful.

    Faith Is More Than A Feeling

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