Reflections on the Integration of Psychology and ChristianityBook - 2006
From the publisher's description: Malcolm Jeeves "explores the intersection of science and faith in defining what it means to be human. He reports on recent scientific research on consciousness and the link between mind, brain, and behavior. He examines issues such as determinism by indicating the possible relevance of chaos theory to enduring concerns about freedom and responsibility. He looks at similarities and differences between human nature and animal nature. He reexamines traditional dualist views of soul and body in the light of contemporary research on mind and brain and argues for a wholistic model...Jeeves' insightful analysis of the ways recent findings in psychology relate to certain Christian beliefs about people expands the global science religion dialogue."
Publisher: Philadelphia : Templeton Foundation Press, 2006
Characteristics: xvii, 245 p. ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Human nature at the millennium