Dr. Joel Green delivers a paper at the Neuroscience and the Soul Conference, “On Doing Without a Soul: A New Testament Perspective”, Biola University, May 10, 2013.
Dr. Joel Green discusses the theological anthropology of the New Testament. He argues that the writings of the New Testament do not necessitate a dualist view of human substance. Rather, he argues for a monism that encompasses the physical and non-physical aspects of humanity. Dr. Doug Huffman responds to his argument.
See also, from the same conference:
John Cooper, “Biblical Hermeneutics and the Body-Soul Debate”
Panel Two: Joel Green, Doug Huffman, John W. Cooper, and Jason McMartin