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Video - Wildman Lecture - October 1, 2007

Religious Experiences: From the Mundane to the Anomalous, Lecture 2 of 6

Spirituality and the Brain: A Scientific Approach to Religious Experience, by Wesley J. Wildman

Wesley J. Wildman, a School of Theology associate professor of theology and ethics, takes a scientific approach to the discussion of religious and spiritual experiences in the second lecture in the six-part series Religious Experiences: From the Mundane to the Anomalous. He explains current techniques for neurological studies of religious and spiritual experiences and debates their impact on our philosophical and scientific understanding of the supernatural. Hosted by Center for the Study of Religion and Psychology at Boston University's Danielsen Institute on October 1, 2007.

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