In what has got to be one of the best titles of an editorial in years, “The Human Brain: Turning Our Minds To The Law,” David Eagleman takes up the Social Animal gauntlet in the Telegraph, and runs with it, legislatively-speaking. The connections are fairly self-evident in terms of free will, but in this case, so are the disconnections. That is, we see clearly where the traditional Christian teaching on the issue rubs up against modern jurisprudence. Specifically, can we be culpable for something that we do not have control over? Or put another way, can we be forgiven for…

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