A theological concern..

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    Beyond Belief: Science, Reason, Religion & Survival > Session 4

    Fast-forward to ~45:00

    I forward his question, which I paraphrase here:

    A patient had the connection severed between the hemispheres of the brain. Each hemisphere operated (m,ore or less) independently of the other, ans they were able to communicate w/ each as a separate 'person'. One was an atheist, and the other declared belief in god. Assuming for the sake of this discussion that your religion is correct, what happens when this person dies? Is each hemisphere now a separate entity, one of which will enter New Earth and New Jerusalem while the other is sentenced to the Outer Darkness, Gehenna, or some other punishment?
     

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