Do we have a Soul? Christianity and many other religions claim we do – but of course you have to have faith. But do we really?
Rutgers Professor of Psychology Julien Musolino, a member of the Humanist Community’s Faculty Board of Advisers, argues in his new book The Soul Fallacy that science can investigate the question of whether or not we have a soul, as defined by these popular religions. Further, he argues that the verdict comes back with a resounding “No, we do not have a soul.” Pressing the issue even more, this actually turns out to be a good thing!