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from PSYC 200: Introduction to Psychology (Fall 2010)
by Christopher R Grace
February 16, 2011
Dr. Grace talks about the effect of neurotransmitters on our day-to-day life. He discusses the effect of drugs on our biological and chemical condition. The use and abuse of chemicals affect our ...
from Neuroscience and the Soul
by Keith Ward
July 24, 2013
Keith Ward sat down with the Biola University Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu) in San Diego, California on July 2013. In this clip, Ward develops his view that empiricism is incompatibl...
from Interview with William Hasker
by William Hasker and Gregg A Ten Elshof
February 7, 2013
CCT Director Gregg Ten Elshof interviews philosopher William Hasker (Huntington College) about issues in philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, and theology.
July 24, 2013
Keith Ward sat down with the Biola University Center for Christian Thought (cct.biola.edu) in San Diego, California on July 2013. In this clip, Ward discusses the incompatibility of empiricism and ...
from Interview with Curt Thompson
by Curt Thompson
March 7, 2013
Curt Thompson M.D., author of Anatomy of the Soul, explains how spiritual and psychological change is facilitated by a concrete plan.
from Studio Interview with Tim O'Connor
by Tim O'Connor and Thomas M Crisp
September 11, 2012
CCT Associate Director Tom Crisp interviews Tim O’Connor (Professor of Philosophy, Indiana University) on neuroscience and human freedom, the nature of human persons, and the existential problem of...
from Neuroscience and the Soul Conference
by Brad Strawn, Nancy Duvall, and Kevin Seybold
May 11, 2013
Dr. Brad Strawn explains the negative consequences of Cartesian philosophy in psychotherapy and argues for the benefits of a post-Cartesian philosophy in this field. Dr. Strawn advocates a monist u...
from CCT Conversations: Zimmerman/Crisp
by Thomas M Crisp and Dean Zimmerman
December 13, 2013
Philosophers Dean Zimmerman (Rutgers University) and Tom Crisp (Biola University) discuss the nature of human persons, the existence of the soul, God's Relationship to time, and open theism.
by Joel Green and Doug Huffman
May 10, 2013
Dr. Joel Green discusses the theological anthropology of the New Testament. He argues that the writings of the New Testament do not necessitate a dualist view of human substance. Rather, he argues ...
by Richard Swinburne
September 6, 2012
Dr. Richard Swinburne explains why a theory of neuroscience built on physical determinism is implausible and ultimately unprovable. Dr. Swinburne takes his audience through careful logical scenario...