Minding God: Theology and the Cognitive Sciences by Gregory R. Peterson
- Chapter 4: “Do Split Brains Listen to Prozac?” – On free will, human emotions, and a bit about how spiritual transformations must require a cognitive transformation as well.
Body, Soul, and Human Life: The Nature of Humanity in the Bible by Joel B. Green
- Chapter 4: “The Resurrection of the Body” – biblical understanding of the afterlife, is there an intermediate state after death?, eschatological ontology, do our identities survive after death?
From Cells to Souls – and Beyond: Changing Portraits of Human Nature, Malcolm Jeeves, editor
- Chapter 3: “The Vulnerability of Persons: Religion and Neurology” by David Parks – freedom of choice, genetics, and environmental influence on the brain, mind-brain connection, consciousness, the soul
“Do We Sin Because We are Sinful or are We Sinful Because We Sin: Neuroscience, Nolition and Kenotic Moral Cognition” by Rev. Dr. Ron Choong, doctoral dissertation (Princeton Theological Seminary)
- Chapter 4: “Neuroscience & Moral Cognition: Why are we moral and not merely altruistic?” – the biology of memory within the brain, the nature of memory, false memories, some thoughts as to the reasons why there are discrepancies within the gospel narratives and accounts.