Die verskeidenheid in spiritualiteit: ’n Transdissiplinêre benadering

Gys Loubser


The purpose of this article is to reflect on individual worship
practices and offer a description of spirituality, and the varieties in
spirituality, by drawing on the insights of neuroscientists and neurotheologians.
The varieties in spirituality are described transversally according to the Neethling
Brain Instrument (NBI). The article concludes by offering a description of the
different aspects of spirituality accentuated by individuals and links this
description to the discussions about church structure and unity in Reformed churches
in South Africa.


spiritualiteit; godsdiens; neurowetenskappe; Neethling Brein Instrument; neuroteology; spirituality; religion; neurosciences; Neethling Brain Instrument; neurotheology.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5952/55-1-2-523


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