My Neurons Made Me Do It: Neuroeducation at the Intersection of Religion and Science

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By Kathy Winings

(This is an excerpt from the full 2011 article published in the Journal of Unification Studies)

kathy-winings-2The cornerstone of the Divine Principle is its emphasis on the original ideal of God and the subsequent ontological understanding of men and women. The first chapter outlines the basic principle that guided the creation and interrelatedness of all life forms with God and provides a clear description of our ultimate purpose of life as God originally intended. An important component of that principle concerns the description of human beings as having a spiritual body and a physical body. Divine Principle further explains the process of growth and development for human beings as envisioned by God and describes how and in what way these two “bodies” interconnect.

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