Saturday, December 27, 2008

Non-materialist neuroscientist's criticisms of current medicine called "well-founded"

Here, Jack Cole, The Country Shrink defends Stonybrook's non-materialist neurosurgeon Michael Egnor:
I thought Egnor’s criticism of medicine was well founded. In my practice, I frequently have to fill in the gaps for my patients with chronic medical problems that “contemporary medicine” fails to fill. I’m sorry, but a 5-15 minute appointment hardly fills the bill.
Egnor, trying to set the record straight, happened to stumble on a world of self-satisfied ignorance among materialists that is currently being blown out of the water, both physically and spiritually.

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