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W. Lee Warren

W. Lee Warren, M.D., is a brain surgeon , inventor, Iraq War veteran, and author of I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know, winner of the Christian Book Award®. His previous book, No Place to Hide, was included on the 2015 U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff’s Recommended Reading List. Dr. Warren has appeared on The 700 Club and the CBS Evening News, and his writings have been featured in Guideposts magazine. His Dr. Lee Warren Podcast, which is heard in more than 60 countries, helps listeners use the power of neuroscience, faith, and common sense to change their lives. Dr. Warren currently practices neurosurgery at Great Plains Health in North Platte, Neb. He and wife, Lisa, have five children. Learn more about Dr. Warren at his website, wleewarrenmd.com.

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Reconciling Faith and Science in a Medical Crisis

Dr. Lee Warren is a neurosurgeon who’s faced many difficult challenges including serving in the Iraq War, removing deadly brain tumors, and experiencing the loss of a son. On this insightful broadcast, he shares lessons he’s learned as he’s sought answers to life’s toughest questions while holding on to his faith in God.

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Scarlett’s Arrival: Dealing With Grief and Loss

But what I’ve learned in the six years since we lost our son is this: It is possible to find your feet again. It is possible to see light again in the laughter of a baby or the glory of a sunrise or the touch of a loved one’s hand.