Read either of these books and you will be among the first to understand the true solution to the ancient mystery of mind and matter. Below is the Amazon Book Description.
Consciousness Finally Explained
A Perfect Synthesis of God and Brain
This book solves the ancient mystery of how mind arises from matter by proving—based on the brain’s uncanny “limbic” design—that matter is in fact the product of mind, and not the other way around. By analyzing the way an image is bound to the energy-regulating events of the limbic brain, it becomes obvious that consciousness not only precedes the creation of matter but that the energy required for the creation of matter is released solely by the regressive nature of unfulfilled expectation, then channeled into the movement needed for narrowing the expectancy gap. An image is the success of this narrowing, the fleeing absence of which has created the gap in the first place. Consciousness becomes envisioned as an ongoing contrast with what, in the absence of a finite image, is an accelerating tendency toward increasing disorder and, by implication, the infinitude of nonexistence. The energy-to-matter conversion process requires that we and our brains have been made “in the image of God”—this being the only way that a mere tendency toward weightless nonexistence, implicit to expectation, can channel regressively released energy into an anticipated state.
Dudley arrives at these startling conclusions by introspecting upon his own awareness, then comparing the common denominator of his observations—a small image within an encompassing “bubble” of personal awareness—with the way all activity in the brain converges into its limbic center and then out again, and so on, in sustaining a cycle having a strong resemblance to one’s conscious bubble or “life space.” Appreciating that the limbic brain is a focus for regulating weight and temperature, Dudley surmises that an image, being finite and discrete, represents the brain’s success at conserving energy while, equivalently, minimizing the effects of the Second Law—proving, after momentary reflection, that the Universe itself, being highly ordered, is an image in the mind of a biblically-defined God: invisible, transcendent and personal.
An image, fused with awareness of the body as a whole, becomes envisioned as an oppositional state, an interface between a regressive tendency toward weightlessness and an opposing tendency toward creating and sustaining order within the brain. The equation E = mc2—defining the relationship between mass, energy and light, becomes meaningless apart from an image. God, biblically defined, becomes the “light” in whom “we live and move and have our being.” The “hard question” of science—how matter become conscious—is finally resolved!
A6And there is more. Readers will discover why evolution is a huge deception—that, given the link between an image and creation, we cannot be the consequence of chance natural selection—explaining why a true missing link has never been found. Indeed, brief forays are made into elementary quantum theory showing a striking parallel between the regressive release of photons and the regressive illumination of the self as the surround for an image. It becomes apparent that, using a limbic-like mechanism, God created the Universe and, using the “words” of DNA, spoke you and me into existence—by expectant faith!
The Epilogue provides a sociological twist explaining why gender confusion, the breakdown of the family, and violence are fundamentally theological issues, the result of unbelief and the lack of true unconditional love in the home—to the exact measure that a trinitarian God is no longer present by the father-mother-child triangle. To this same extent, family members suffer some degree of “frontal lobotomy” and the hindering of their capacity to create or sustain immersive, energy-conserving images—thus engendering a culture of disease, violence and discontent. A solution is offered: Jesus—defined as “the only mediator between men and God”—a biblical claim robustly confirmed by the design of the brain and its requirement for a personal God.
My previous book (778 pages) is a more detailed analysis of how brain anatomy proves the existence of God and explains consciousness:
Journey to the Center of the Brain
Explaining Mind in a Universe of Matter
Either of these books proves unequivocally that, exactly as the Bible claims, we “live and move and have our being in God” — this being the only way to explain the energy-regulating (cortico-limbic) design of the brain. These books were written for the average armchair philosopher interested in understanding the ancient mystery of how mind and matter are related — yet contain enough detailed anatomical proof to satisfy any hard-nosed neuroscientist or psychologist.
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