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The physical nature of Christian life : neuroscience, psychology, and the church / Warren S. Brown, Brad D. Strawn.

By: Brown, Warren S, 1944-Contributor(s): Strawn, Brad DMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (xii, 178 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781139516440; 1139516442; 9781139518291; 1139518291; 9781139015134; 1139015133; 9781280775024; 1280775025Subject(s): Theological anthropology -- Christianity | Psychology and religion | Psychology, Religious | Neurosciences | Religion | Spiritual formation | RELIGION -- General | BODY, MIND & SPIRIT -- Sacred Sexuality | Neurosciences | Psychology and religion | Psychology, Religious | Religion | Spiritual formation | Theological anthropology -- Christianity | Geistliche Begleitung | Neurowissenschaften | Theologische AnthropologieGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Physical Nature of Christian Life : Neuroscience, Psychology, and the Church.DDC classification: 233.5 | 233/.5 LOC classification: BT701.3 | .B76 2012ebOther classification: REL000000 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Bodies or Souls? -- Christian history and the two-part person -- Embodied soulishness -- How bodies become persons -- How relationships shape us -- How we are changed and transformed -- Why bodies need churches -- Church bodies -- The embodied church -- Concluding thoughts: the church after dualism.
Summary: This book explores the implications of recent insights in modern neuroscience for the church's view of spiritual formation.
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This book explores the implications of recent insights in modern neuroscience for the church's view of spiritual formation.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-71) and index.

Bodies or Souls? -- Christian history and the two-part person -- Embodied soulishness -- How bodies become persons -- How relationships shape us -- How we are changed and transformed -- Why bodies need churches -- Church bodies -- The embodied church -- Concluding thoughts: the church after dualism.

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