Paul M. Churchland's Matter and Consciousness which I enjoyed, except for his conclusion. He never mentioned non-locality. Assuming boundaries to the 4-D S-T Continuum, how can a First-Efficient-Formal-Final Cause God be denied if the Mind-Body argument is always restrained by Newtonian physics logic? I suspect that this is a dumb question, but it is important to me because of my third novel's pending Epilogue (Title not important, bc this is not an advertisement.) I posit a male child born with unique neurological architecture; he can often see angels and demons (when condensed energy forms).
If God doesn't exist, neither do angels or demons, obviously--I think.