Red Lion Square
London, England

Four fascinating, accessible public talks from some the world's leading scientific researchers into religious faith (many from Oxford University) - some recently featured in New Scientist:

These are four engaging one-hour public talks aimed at non-scientists.

What goes on the brain of someone hearing voices? Come and see the MRI scans. Is religious belief actually hard-wired into us? Yes, says one of our speakers, and provides the empirical evidence. Possession, and the effects of belief on pain perception, are also covered.

For more details go to 10.30am-4pm.

Added by Centre for Inquiry UK on February 10, 2009