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Have We Lost Our Minds?

With advances in neuroscience, many Christians are confused about what the soul is and its role in human flourishing. This confusion is rapidly increasing through the writings of “neurotheologians” such as Curt Thompson and Jim Wilder, who imply our brains are ultimately the cause of our thoughts, beliefs, desires, choices, and very identity. 

This book identifies and corrects the wrong assumptions of neurotheologians, outlines a biblically and philosophically sound understanding of our soul and its relation to the body, and illustrates how this understanding is the right path toward more fully loving God and loving others.  

Would you like to discuss Have We Lost Our Minds? with others? Use these Discussion Group Questions to have a thought-provoking and productive conversation!

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About the Author

Stan serves as the President and CEO of Global Scholars, a ministry equipping Christian professors worldwide to be “the aroma of Christ” (II Cor. 2:15) among their students, colleagues, universities, and academic disciplines. He has done doctoral studies in philosophy at Marquette University and holds a Doctor of Ministry from Talbot School of Theology. Stan has published in academic and ministry journals, contributed to several books, edited several others, and produces two monthly podcasts: College Faith and Thinking Christianly. He is also on the board of Apologetics on Mission and serves as a Co-Catalyst for the Lausanne Movement’s Academic Ministry and Educators Network.

Dr. Stan W. Wallace