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The right brain and religion

C. W. Dalton

The right brain and religion

a discussion of religion in the context of the right- and left-brain theory

by C. W. Dalton

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Published by Big Blue Books in Lakeside, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology, Religious.,
  • Cerebral dominance.,
  • Atheism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC.W. Dalton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL53 .D28 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 268 p. :
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1896310M
    ISBN 100916969029
    LC Control Number90081587
    OCLC/WorldCa22593710

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    Feb 26,  · In his book, The Right Brain and Religion (Big Blue Books, Lakeside, California) author C.W. Dalton uses the theory, twisting it around to serve his own atheistic agenda, scribbling ravings such as this: "The chief characteristics of the left brain logic and reason mix poorly with religion. Religion thrives in the right brain, which is. Oct 27,  · One of the great secrets of human existence is that everyone has an in-built kit for communicating with their soul. The problem for most people is that they don't know what the protocol is. Where is the soul? The first place to look for it is in fact inside our head. There is very good evidence that the right hemisphere of our brain is our link to the soul dimension, and to God himself.


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Christine A. Carter. Along with being an artist and author, I am also a wife, a homeschooling mother of four, and a biblical counselor. I hold a deep desire to know God and His word in depth, while also pursuing the gifts He has given me.

"The pop psychology notion of a left brain and a right brain doesn’t capture their intimate working relationship.

The left hemisphere specializes in picking out the sounds that form words and working out the syntax of the phrase, for example, but it does not have a monopoly on language processing. The right brain sees context while the left focuses in with precision.

The right brain makes big connections while the left makes careful and logical observations. The right brain holds paradox while the left chooses sides.

As McGilchrist writes, “So the left hemisphere needs certainty and needs to be right. Nov 11,  · Releasing The LION: Rediscovering The Right Brain HEART - Kindle edition by Larry Napier. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ novarekabet.com(39).

Jan 04,  · This is your brain on religion: Uncovering the science of belief he’d have done better to call his book "A God Gene." The gene in question codes for VMAT2 (vesicular monoamine transporter 2.

The right brain is more comfortable with leaps of faith, inspiration and intuition. To better understand God and how God is communicated it helps to understand that the brain/mind operates and functions on these two levels and through both we can achieve a more complete understanding of God.

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Neurotheology, also known as “spiritual neuroscience” 1, is an emerging field of study that seeks to understand the relationship between the brain science and religion. 2 Scholars in this field, strive up front to explain the neurological ground for spiritual experiences such as “the perception that time, fear or self-consciousness have dissolved; spiritual awe; oneness Cited by: 7.

The brain is composed of two nearly mirror-image lobes called the left and right hemispheres. The left hemisphere receives most inputs from and controls mostly the right side of the body.

This hemisphere in humans is also specialized for language, rule-based reasoning, and analytic skills. The right hemisphere deals with the left side of the [ ]. Jun 27,  · The left-brain right-brain myth will probably never die, because it has become a powerful metaphor for different ways of thinking—logical, focused, and analytic versus broad-minded and creative.

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In May the book "Religion in Mind," tackling subjects such as how religious practices act back on the brain's frontal lobes to inspire optimism and even creativity, reaches stores. May 25,  · “Religion is a story that the left brain tells the right brain,” she said.

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Feb 08,  · The theoretical physicist on distinguishing between fact and opinion, why he’d travel forward in time instead of back, and the value of religion. 5 Right Brain PDFs of the World English Bible NT. The PDFs are image PDFs that have been rotated degrees along the vertical axis, creating MIRRORED images.

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