Read either of these books and you will be among the first to understand the definitive, true solution to the ancient mystery of mind and matter. Here is the Amazon Book Description.
Consciousness Finally Explained
A Perfect Synthesis of God and Brain
This book was written for scientists, theologians and armchair philosophers curious about how consciousness arose in a world of matter. The book solves the ancient mystery by proving—based solidly on the logic of brain anatomy—that God, not matter, is fundamental and by scientific necessity must preexist matter. The book explores why consciousness is meaningless apart from the light of God as its illuminating source, a fact robustly confirmed by the “limbic” design of the brain and the way this design creates an image—the perception of which, being finite, thwarts infinity and/or nonexistence. It becomes apparent that consciousness is God in whom, according to the Bible, “we live and move and have our being”—a God who must be a Person given the role an image plays in restraining disorder, i.e., the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
The argument centers on the way the brain’s limbic system modulates the motor system for the purpose of narrowing an expectancy gap—to which infinity is implicit and against which possibility the self and its image become illuminated as finite. Indeed, brief forays into quantum physics show that the way photons carry the energy regressively released when an electron drops to a lower orbit exactly parallels the way consciousness, via an image, carries the energy regressively released by what in the momentary absence of an image is a regressive change in the direction of weightless infinity. We have then been made “in the image of God”—this being the only way to explain how in the incipient absence of an anticipated state, or “image,” a mere tendency toward infinity creates an image as needed for narrowing an expectancy gap. Readers will discover that indeed all energy transformations require a regressive change as bound to the incipient absence of an anticipated state: E = mc2 at work within the brain and throughout the Universe, but with “c” being the light of God. This means that the Universe must itself be an image—in the mind of God.
The proof is in the pudding: the way the visual system, indeed everything happening in the brain, feeds into the limbic regulation of weight and temperature—for the ultimate purpose of perpetuating the body mass by way of an anticipated, finite state. A surprising conclusion quickly emerges. Evolution is definitively ruled out to the measure that an image is responsible for containing disorder and must therefore precede the creation of matter. All matter, like the brain, consists of an opposition of tendencies toward and away from infinity, with an image representing, actually being, the success by which disorder and infinity are prevented. Creationism becomes the more scientific perspective—a shocker staunchly supported by a more God-centered interpretation of the fossil record and the many other so-called “proofs” for evolution.
With a sociological twist, the Epilogue explains why, having been made in the image of God, the mother-father-child triangle is quite literally the Trinity here on Earth—so that, liberal outrage notwithstanding, any deviation from the biblical flow of authority in the home compromises the very presence of God—defined in the Bible as “light” and “love.” This final chapter explains how this compromised presence of God is exactly equivalent to low self-esteem—thereby explaining how the limbic-mediation of everything from gender confusion to violence to the alarming increase in autoimmune disease.
A ground-breaking and possibly history-making book—a must-read for anyone who wants to see how science is about to shift from a naturalistic to a more God-centered, evidenced-based worldview.
My previous book (778 pages) is a more in-depth analysis of brain anatomy and how the overall design of the human brain 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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