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. Below is the Amazon Book Description.
Consciousness Finally Explained
A Perfect Synthesis of God and Brain
If you are a student of the mind-body problem or just a little curious as to how conscious mind comes from physical matter, you will enjoy this book. It offers the definitive, long-sought answer to this ancient mystery—referred to nowadays as the “hard question” of science. Be among the first to understand this great mystery! Don’t wait for some famous brain scientist or physicist to reveal the answer because, given their materialistic worldview, this will never happen. It is absurd to think that subjective mind can arise from physical matter—regardless of the complexity of the brain—without “something more.” This book is all about this “something more”—which, given the brain’s supernatural limbic design, is God Himself. Not by religious bias but because limbic anatomy demands that mind preexists matter from the beginning of space and time. Readers will discover why the design of the brain proves that spacetime itself is an image in the mind of God—infinite, transcendent and personal as biblically defined. There is simply no other way to interpret the brain’s limbic design.
To grasp the logic one must see that a major function of the “limbic brain” is that of narrowing an expectancy gap—a fact not yet popularized but which in itself requires transcendent mind. This narrowing depends upon the way limbic nuclei instruct the adjacent motor system what it must do in the next instant of time to create or sustain an anticipated state—an “image.” An image as an expected state represents a match, thereby offsetting an otherwise accelerating tendency toward increasing disorder (the Second Law) and, by implication, weightless nonexistence—contrastingly illuminating the transcendent self to itself as finite. This means, in a Universe where God, not matter, is fundamental, that an image is the interface between order and disorder, the finite and the infinite—thereby proving the existence of God—the light in whom, according to the Bible, “we live and move and have our being.” We have necessarily also been made “in the image of God”—this being the only way to explain how, in the incipient absence of an image, a regressive change toward infinity illuminates the self as the surround for an image—while at the same time channeling energy into an immersive, weight-regulating image.
The Epilogue offers a stunning sociological twist—explaining how any deviation from a biblical flow of authority in the home distorts the way God is encoded in the brain. This distortion compromises the efficacy by which, according to the equation E = mc2, the limbic brain converts energy into matter—hindering the success by which an image conserves energy by the immersive nature of an image. Personal interactions within the family triangle, being modeled after the Trinity, are affected—commensurately nullifying the presence of God within the home. Gender confusion results from the father’s diminished authority and everyone suffers a loss of self-esteem and personal identity—resulting in increasing violence and, as we are currently witnessing, an explosion of limbic-mediated, autoimmune diseases.
A life changing and possibly history-making book.
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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