Does cognitive science show that religious belief is irrational?
Kelly James Clark brings together science and philosophy to examine
some of humanity's more pressing questions. Is belief in God, as
Richard Dawkins claims, a delusion? Are atheists smarter or more
rational than religious believers? Do our genes determine who we
are and what we believe? Can our very creaturely cognitive
equipment help us discover truth and meaning in life? Are atheists
any different from Mother Teresa? Clark's surprising answers both
defend the rationality of religious belief and contribute to the
study of cognitive science. God and the Brain explores complicated
questions about the nature of belief and the human mind.
Scientifically minded, philosophically astute, and reader-friendly,
God and the Brain provides an accessible overview of some new
cognitive scientific approaches to the study of religion and
evaluates their implications for both theistic and atheistic
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