does the scientific view of human physiology contrast or disprove a faith-based view of human physiology or does it promote integration where these two views live in harmony?
The field of biological psychology has a strong emphasis on a scientific view of the physiological processes of humans. Throughout our class, you will notice a focus on the biological, genetic, and neurological aspects of human development and human experience. We will spend much time in our class on the biological components of behavior, with the human experience of many psychological & cognitive phenomenon being reduced to their biological foundations. While the biological components of behavior are very important, it is also important to consider the faith-based perspective as well.
Therefore, this first discussion will focus on a scientific as well as a faith-based view of humans.
For this Module: Week’s discussion, please find and read/listen to one current resource (article, blog, video, etc. from within the past 10 years) on the relationship between psychology and Christianity. Make sure to cite the resource in your thread as a reference so your classmates can access it.
Then, respond to the following questions in your initial thread:
In the resource you studied, does the scientific view of human physiology contrast or disprove a faith-based view of human physiology or does it promote integration where these two views live in harmony?
Do you agree or disagree with this conclusion?
How does what you learned about integration shape your study of physiological psychology in this course?
Make sure to discuss from a scientific and Biblical perspective. Include at least one citation from a scholarly resource and one .