Evidence for the Existence of the Soul

Published September 2, 2013 by Laura Crean Author

“2012 – JP Moreland speaks on the case for the existence of the soul. Is man just matter and motion? Is man just his brain and physical body? Is there a soul?”

An extremely interesting and thought provoking talk. If you are not a Christian, please don’t be put off watching this film because the speaker is a Christian and talks about some of the points from a Christian point of view because he sets out in a very scientific way using scientific reasoning alongside Christian belief.

If you look at this talk and set aside the Christian beliefs that run alongside it – it will still offer you an extremely thought provoking tool in viewing how the soul can possibly be an entirely separate thing to the physical body and the brain.

If you have Christian beliefs, if you have Buddhist beliefs, if you have Hindu or Islamic or Jewish or entirely no religious beliefs – it is in fact irrelevant to the points that are laid out before the “consciously” thinking “person” that is watching this film. And so I am posting this film on this site and on my “Well in the Garden” and “Time Traveller’s United” sites because it is a subject that is relevant – I believe – for science, philosophy, spirituality and metaphysics – and could be an extremely good starting point for scientific or philosophical discussion, creative writings or personal spiritual enlightenment. So with that said I will leave you to watch and digest this very interesting talk on the evidence for the existence of the soul.

The Well in the Garden

“2012 – JP Moreland speaks on the case for the existence of the soul. Is man just matter and motion? Is man just his brain and physical body? Is there a soul?”

An extremely interesting and thought provoking talk. If you are not a Christian, please don’t be put off watching this film because the speaker is a Christian and talks about some of the points from a Christian point of view because he sets out in a very scientific way using scientific reasoning alongside Christian belief.

If you look at this talk and set aside the Christian beliefs that run alongside it – it will still offer you an extremely thought provoking tool in viewing how the soul can possibly be an entirely separate thing to the physical body and the brain.

If you have Christian beliefs, if you have Buddhist beliefs, if you have Hindu or Islamic or…

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