Raises some interesting questions about the brain’s role in bad behaviour.

* Sunday Times Culture *

A BOOK THAT USES science TO RE-EXAMINE RELIGION

The Science of Sin

by Jack Lewis


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Since I first wrote this, my third, book I’ve given dozens of talks on it and had countless discussions about it with people from many different walks of life. Here I write blogs discussing how our quality of life can be improved by taking inspiration from religions, without actually having to believe in God.

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The Science of Sin looks uses the lens of modern neuroscience to re-examine the “7 deadly sins” – 7 categories of behaviour that in moderation only pay dividends but cause huge problems in the extreme.

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ABOUT ME

The neuroscientist, the mortician and the priest.

I am Jack, a neuroscientist based in London, writing books about the brain and giving talks about how we can get our brains working better for us, each and every day..

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THE SCIENCE OF SIN

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The Importance of Having Others in our Lives

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Compassion for other’s suffering makes anti-social behaviour more tolerable

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The Science of Sin live at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park

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THE SCIENCE OF SIN

Join me on a journey into the secrets of the brain

I write monthly blogs at drjack.co.uk, share fascinating articles on Twitter (@drjacklewis) about the latest brain research every week and two series of my show The Secrets of the Brain can be streamed here