A Legal Proof for the Existence of God (Part XI-A): Addressing some contemporary issues between science, philosophy and religion

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  1. […] This article shows how the allegorical explanation of the human brain in the story of the Garden of Eden conforms perfectly with the nonscientific understanding of the functioning of the human brain outlined in the previous article (Part XI-A). […]

  2. […] neuroscience can now tell us why that is. It is a consequence of a neurological moral network within the human brain. And that network is a manifestation and image of the moral dimension of the fundamental laws of […]

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