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What exactly is the “question of God”?

Brain Research & Theology

I ask for your opinion! In your opinion, what exactly does the so-called “question of God” consist of - briefly and precisely? I am happy about every "answer" - say: question!

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Born in Emsdetten / Westphalia in 1967. Diploma cath. Theology 1993, Psychology 1997, both at the University of Bonn. After a year at the Max Planck Institute for Neuropsychological Research in Leipzig (1997-98), I have been a clinical neuropsychologist at the University Clinic for Epileptology in Bonn since October 1998. I did my doctorate at the University of Bielefeld (2004) and qualified as a professor at the Medical Faculty of the University of Bonn in 2015 (Venia legendi for the subject of neuropsychology). Clinically, I have been responsible for the child neuropsychological area of ​​our clinic for many years; I often talk to adult patients with difficult-to-treat epilepsy or psychogenic non-epileptic seizures about coping with the disease. My research and teaching focus is on clinical neuropsychology (e.g. postoperative cognitive outcome after epilepsy surgery in childhood) and behavioral medicine (e.g. depression in epilepsy, seizure documentation). I have repeatedly dealt intensively with the philosophical and theological implications of modern brain research (see my previous blog REALITY Theology & Brain Research), a topic that still flows heavily into my lectures and my public lectures.