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Blame it on the brain? : distinguishing chemical imbalances, brain disorders, and disobedience / Edward T. Welch.

By: Welch, Edward T, 1953- [author.]Series: Resources for changing livesPublisher: Phillipsburg, New Jersey : P&R Publishing, [1998]Copyright date: ©1998Description: 204 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780875526027 (paperback)Subject(s): Brain -- Diseases -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | NeuropsychiatryDDC classification: 616.8 Summary: Research suggests that more and more behaviors are caused by brain function or dysfunction. But is it ever legitimate to blame misbehavior on the brain? How can I know whether "My brain made me do it"? Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Edward T. Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from problems rooted in the heart. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and friends to help others - or themselves - deal with personal struggles and responsibilities. While focusing on a few common disorders, Dr. Welch lays out a series of practical steps adaptable to a wide range of conditions, habits, or addictions.--Back cover.Summary: Discusses Alzheimer's disease and dementia, head injury, depression, attention deficit disorder, homosexuality, and alcoholism.
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Research suggests that more and more behaviors are caused by brain function or dysfunction. But is it ever legitimate to blame misbehavior on the brain? How can I know whether "My brain made me do it"? Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Edward T. Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from problems rooted in the heart. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and friends to help others - or themselves - deal with personal struggles and responsibilities. While focusing on a few common disorders, Dr. Welch lays out a series of practical steps adaptable to a wide range of conditions, habits, or addictions.--Back cover.

Discusses Alzheimer's disease and dementia, head injury, depression, attention deficit disorder, homosexuality, and alcoholism.

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