Thank you for visiting Biola’s Center for Christian Thought. This site is not being updated on a regular basis while we are developing new projects for the future. In the meantime, please continue to enjoy the videos, podcasts and articles currently available on the site.
Add some wisdom to your inbox.
Latest from The Table Journal
Latest Journal Issue
What Happens When We Die: What We Are and What We Will Become
This ebook is an interactive white paper featuring two different views on what happens when we die: a materialist view that denies the existence of the soul and a dualist view that affirms the existence of the soul. The interactive flow is set up accordingly:
1. Opening Statement: Lynn Rudder Baker
2. Opening Statement: Dean Zimmerman
3. Baker’s Critical Response to Zimmerman
4. Zimmerman’s Critical Response to Baker
5. Baker’s Reply to Zimmerman
6. Zimmerman’s Reply to Baker
A special thanks to Lynne Rudder Baker and Dean Zimmerman for their willingness to contribute to this conversation, which is one of many resources related to “Neuroscience and the Soul”—the 2012-2013 research theme of Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought, which was funded by the John Templeton Foundation.
The views, opinions, authors, and contributors represented in this book do not necessarily represent the beliefs of Biola University, the Biola University Center for Christian Thought, or the John Templeton Foundation.
Content from this issue
A Materialist Model of Christian Resurrection: What Happens When We Die
How Could Anyone be a Dualist?: What Happens When We Die
III – Critical Response to Lynne Rudder Baker on Material Composition