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The Natural Bible for Modern and Future Man : The Ultimate Theology of the Still Evolving Mind - John F. Brain

The Natural Bible for Modern and Future Man

The Ultimate Theology of the Still Evolving Mind

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Published: 1st March 2004
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Writing under the pen name John F. Brain, the author of The Natural Bible for Modern and Future Man calls upon the most advanced knowledge of modern neuroscience to discuss the origin and practice of religions around the world. The author uses contemporary knowledge of the interaction of the three principal development stages of neural evolution in humans to explain the wide range of religious beliefs and related behavior among the various cultures in the global community. This book is directed towards those interested in issues such as separation of church and state, the ethical application of new human sciences, changing views of sexuality, and the continued clash of cultures around the globe. The Natural Bible for Modern and Future Man strongly emphasizes the need for greater care in exercising the responsibilities of leadership, especially those involved in legislative, judicial, and educational processes. For additional information on the author and his publications visit the author's website at thenaturalbible.com.

The origin of man's worldp. 1
The need for a caring deityp. 3
The evolved spiritual mindp. 4
Interpretive notions of manp. 5
Evaluating human beliefsp. 7
Reliance on modern understandingp. 8
The evolution of biological manp. 10
The arrogance of man's teachingsp. 12
The intolerance of man's mindp. 14
Changes in traditions and beliefsp. 15
Fundamental human notionsp. 17
The underlying forces of naturep. 19
Man's vision of the universep. 21
Man's knowledge of his universep. 23
The function of the spiritual mindp. 25
The oneness of human religionsp. 27
The underlying life of manp. 29
Understanding biological lifep. 31
The flexible nature of human thoughtp. 34
Understanding the human mindp. 36
New understanding of brain functionp. 38
Misbehavior of the still developing mindp. 40
The motivation of youthp. 42
The Eventuality of the changing mindp. 45
The sequential continuity of mindsp. 47
Minds teaching other mindsp. 49
Expectations of human deathp. 51
The notion of spiritual communicationp. 53
The emotional origin of diverse religionsp. 54
Beliefs in a world of new realityp. 56
The pursuit of reality in scientific thoughtp. 58
Modern application of reason and logicp. 59
The interaction of multiple mindsp. 61
Imaginative human expectationsp. 65
The influences of man over manp. 67
The relentless forces of naturep. 71
Conflict of similar objectivesp. 73
Priorities of the human mindp. 76
Limits of human achievementp. 78
Sensitivity of the human spiritp. 80
Human respect for naturep. 82
Nature as human realityp. 86
Human notion of meaningp. 89
The modern knowledge of human lifep. 90
Effective communication limited to manp. 92
The role of the natural sensesp. 94
Vulnerability of biological manp. 95
Emphasis on reality in the modern worldp. 96
Contributions of the religious mindp. 98
Limitations of the spiritual mindp. 99
The equality of religious thoughtp. 100
The necessity for religious unityp. 104
The search for more ideal behaviorp. 106
The search for ideal marriagep. 110
The evolution of pro-modern manp. 115
Visions of further human developmentp. 119
Importance of human leadershipp. 123
Expectations of the developing mindp. 126
The slow period of human transitionp. 129
The inadvertent language of religionp. 132
Man entirely subject to natural lawsp. 136
The changing depth of religious thoughtp. 138
The reality of nature's dominance of manp. 141
The broadening vision of modern manp. 143
Man's recognition of the fate of manp. 147
The finity and infinity of manp. 151
Freedom of thought and behaviorp. 154
The physical biology of good and evilp. 156
The new realism of pro-modern manp. 158
The urgent responsibility of manp. 161
The recognition of spiritual powerp. 162
The unchanging Bible for changing manp. 164
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ISBN: 9780761827764
ISBN-10: 0761827765
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 194
Published: 1st March 2004
Publisher: University Press of America
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 15.19  x 1.12
Weight (kg): 0.29