Gustav, Why do we need a god for that. When we get our act together we can achieve that. Things that aren’t mystical crap are called science, and theology cannot use science. Well of course, when imagination and fantasy are the answers then anything can be explained. Like any Mickey Mouse cartoon, even after being squashed flat the character manages to survive. Simply presenting a fantasy explanation without recourse to facts, logic and reality is of no value, apart from creating perhaps an interesting fairy story. That the concept of a soul is a paradox and cannot exist. What more do you want? As opposed to an entire “mystical” supernatural realm populated by angels and demons – yeah right – guess who wins the battle for the mystical on this count? As opposed to your answer “magic happens here”, or the classic argument from ignorance “a god did it”. But then why are they satisfied with their far more extreme delusions and fantasies? That makes no sense, but then that is theology. Clearly the science that Boris quoted hasn’t been available until recently, and I don’t see anything from you, despite your claims of philosophical sophistication, that offers any credible explanation in support of dualism.