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1. Introduction; Part I. Human Nature as Physical: 2. Christian history and the two-part person; 3. Embodiment of soulishness; Part II. The Formation of Persons: 4. How bodies become persons; 5. How relationships shape us; 6. How we are changed and transformed; Part III. Embodied Christian Life and the Church: 7. Why bodies need churches; 8. Church bodies; 9. The embodied church; 10. Concluding thoughts: the church after dualism.
Warren S. Brown is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Travis Research Institute at the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a research neuropsychologist with more than eighty peer-reviewed scientific papers on human brain function and behavior. He has also edited or co-authored four previous books, most recently Neuroscience, Psychology and Religion (with Malcolm Jeeves, 2009). Brad D. Strawn is Vice President for Spiritual Development and Dean of the Chapel at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma. He recently co-edited the book Wesleyan Theology and Social Science: The Dance of Practical Divinity (2010) and he is an ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene.