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Sunday, November 8 • 8:45am - 10:00am
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Mining the Gap: Neuroscience and Emotional Memory as Tools for Imagining the Journey from Information to Meaning
Jason Whitehead (Iliff School of Theology)
Holly J. Inglis (Wellshire Presbyterian Church)

Workshop. [Notes] Pastoral theologian Carrie Doehring (2010), when speaking about method in relationship to neuroscience and theology, cautioned theologians to “mind the gap” (p. 93) as we draw conclusions or ideas from scientific research. In this workshop, we will seek to “mine the gap” between information and meaning, and neuroscience and theology by engaging in a praxis-oriented educational workshop. Key to this approach is understanding the genesis of imagination and how it might be practically used to open preconceived beliefs to novel possibilities in both higher education and communities of faith.



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Holly Inglis

Associate Pastor, Palms Presbyterian Church
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Jason Whitehead

Director of Consultation & Formation, Iliff School of Theology
Pastoral Theologian Process Theology Neuroscience Narrative therapy


Sunday November 8, 2015 8:45am - 10:00am
Marietta (Conference Center)

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