Wilder Penfield concluded that free will is not in the brain — it is an immaterial power of the mind.
In my recent debate with Matt Dillahunty about the existence of God, Dillahunty invoked his favorite argument against God’s existence.
Materialists argue that dualism of mind and brain is not possible because of causal closure — by which they mean that all physical effects have physical causes.
I am not of the opinion that we should speak only good of the dead. The passing of a public figure is a good time to consider his impact.
Neurotheology is likely to become just another materialist fad in which the human rational and spiritual soul is reduced to evolved meat.