Difference between revisions of "Soul"

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(revert unsourced dogma - which religion or denomination teaches the "realm of Lucifer" ?)
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Most Christians regard the soul as the immortal essence of a human - the seat or locus of human [[will]], [[understanding]], and [[personality]].
 
Most Christians regard the soul as the immortal essence of a human - the seat or locus of human [[will]], [[understanding]], and [[personality]].
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Scientists generally ignore or dismiss the soul as unworthy of study. To be precise, the [[methodological naturalism]] of modern science tiptoes around the concept of the soul. Anything which is not material is deliberately excluded from consideration, and as the soul is not a material thing scientists accordingly refuse to study it. This has implications for the study of human [[Psychology]].
  
 
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Revision as of 06:13, 21 May 2007

Template:Expand The soul is a vital concept within many religious traditions, including Christianity. The soul is considered to be the eternal element of an individual.

Most Christians regard the soul as the immortal essence of a human - the seat or locus of human will, understanding, and personality.

Scientists generally ignore or dismiss the soul as unworthy of study. To be precise, the methodological naturalism of modern science tiptoes around the concept of the soul. Anything which is not material is deliberately excluded from consideration, and as the soul is not a material thing scientists accordingly refuse to study it. This has implications for the study of human Psychology.