A question by many involves the existence of the soul. Is their a soul? If so, where does it reside in the body? How it is connected to the body? Neuroscience attempts to explain away the soul with the entire functions of the brain. Since the brain stores memory, controls emotion, and shapes personality, many contend that the actions of the soul are in reality the functions of the brain. According to many atheistic scientists, this strips the necessity of the soul and replaces it with the natural functions of the brain. However, many theists contend that the soul and the brain overlap and work together. The brain is a metaphysical organ with the capabilities to translate for the soul and help the soul manifest itself in the world. The brain and its functions hence are the vehicle for the soul to communicate with the world not a replacement.
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