Why we believe what we believe gives you a look at spirituality and religiosity through the inner workings of the brain and specifically though neurotheology a topic im quickly becoming intrigued by it explains how we form beliefs and morals based off our culture the way we are raised the social scene the set for ourselves and much more. In why we believe what we believe andrew focuses on the underlying mechanisms that govern our spiritual social and individual beliefs arguing that we are biologically driven to find meaning and wholeness throughout our lives in fact our brains have the capacity to create and maintain a system of beliefs that can take us far beyond our . Why we believe what we believe uncovering our biological need for meaning spirituality and truth by andrew newburg and mark robert waldman explores neural activities of the brain in relation to religious practice. Book review why we believe what we believe uncovering our biological need for meaning spirituality and truth by rich deem andrew newberg professor of radiology and psychiatry has written along with mark robert waldman a sequel to his book why god wont go awaythe new book has strengths and weaknesses but should be of some interest to those who have an interest in spiritual matters . Why we believe what we believe uncovering our biological need for meaning spirituality and truth andrew newberg mark robert waldman simon and schuster sep 12 2006 science 336 pages
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