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Discuss the issue of nature versus nurture from a biblical worldview as opposed to a natural worldview.

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Discuss the issue of nature versus nurture from a biblical worldview as opposed to a natural worldview.

Nature: Human Brain from a Perspective of God as Creator

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Address the structure of the human brain from a perspective of God as Creator as opposed to the perspective of evolutionary psychology. This means while you should include structural elements, don`t include things like the reptilian portion of the brain, or the terms evolution. 
2. Discuss the issue of nature versus nurture from a biblical worldview as opposed to a natural worldview. This means you may talk about the influence of godly nurture as well as human and environmental factors that help to shape us. You may also include something about the sin nature, but these need to come from solid resources outside our course (commentaries, theology books, peer-reviewed articles, etc. -not websites with anonymous or non-degreed writers). 
3. Include a brief section where you discuss why knowing more about the human body and brain can (or cannot?) help us prepare to minister to people and/or offer biblical counsel: at least one or two paragraphs minimum.
4. Support your paper with Scripture, with scholarly research from at least two sources in addition to our textbook, and by applying critical thinking. The two sources need to be scholarly articles or books. Adhere to Turabian form/style. Use the new LRCS Turabian template found in the Center for Research and Writing. You can find many tutorials and writing helps in the Center for Research and Writing by clicking on the tab on your Blackboard home page in this course. You may refer to our textbook, but I will be looking for two other resources and your Bible at a minimum.
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NATURE VERSUS NURTURE Name Course code Date The human brain in God`s perspective; is one of the most complex organs in the body. It undertakes most of the body functions, acting as a control center much as a processor is to a computer. The brain together with the spinal cord links up the entire tissues in the body through the nervous system for the aim of controlling our sensory, cognitive, emotional, physical, and motor abilities. Many psychologists and scientists have tried to explain the working of the brain and its link to spirituality. However, most of these arguments take a humanistic approach and cannot address the complex functionality of this system. The brain however, in a Godly perspective serves both natural and spiritual purposes imperative to humanity existence.[Koh. "BRAIN AND MIND: A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE." (1993).] The Bible informs us that God created us in His image and likeness. This means we have the ability to think, reason, decide, choose, communicate, have personal will, and create relationships just like God. Koh shows that the brain is a complex organ and can perform more powerful functions than the computer systems. The ability to respond to our environment and make choices lies deep in our brains. Therefore, the brain remains the position where God placed the might of human consciousness and functionality. Koh suggests that it is through the brain that that our minds conceive their power concerning thoughts, feelings, m...

 

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