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Christianity and the Brain: Faith and Medicine in Neuroscience Careby Ramsis Ghaly
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What are the basic understandings of the brain, the mind, and the soul of near-death experiences? In the first of three volumes, Christianity and the Brain, Volume 1: Faith and Medicine in Neuroscience Care delves into the fascinating aspects of the human brain-God's hidden treasure-and its development.
Inspired by the Coptic Orthodox faith while growing up in Egypt, Christian neurological surgeon and anesthesiologist Ramsis F. Ghaly uses his experiences to reflect on spirituality and science and the ties between Christianity and the human brain. He also explores neuroscience and God, faith and medicine, the universe and heaven, and birth and life beyond death. Through Ghaly's innovative research, you will grow closer to the Creator and learn to understand Him like never before.
A medical career is a sacred vocation with high ethical morals and values. In accordance with such standards, Ghaly illustrates the ideal neuroscience health-care structure in view of holism and patient empowerment, especially toward the dire need of modern care in the world, including the United States of America. Powerful and informative, Christianity and the Brain, Volume 1 takes a new perspective on a seldom-studied subject.
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