Oops, I was planning to skip posting this but I
missed the "X" button and seem to have posted it
instead. Stuck now...., here is the book
The "God" Part of the Brain
by Matthew Alper
There are several useful comments that give a good
idea of the content. However, one reviewers
comments in particular was:
I found this book to be quite relevant for the time.
I heard an interview with this author while he was
being scoffed at for even mentioning religious war...
and look what just happened!
This was posted just after Sept 11th, so the venting
of frustration is completely understandable.
However, this is the atheist side blaming the
so-called pious. Obviously, the whole world
will be beautiful only when "religion" (other
people's religion that is) is removed from the
Extremist "religionist" often seem to purport to
know what is wrong with the world, and blame
the all the other "religions" for the _all_ the
disasterous problems that have occurred. Therefore,
I suggest that such views are "not even wrong".
That does not however mean that evolution is wrong,
nor does it mean because we have evolved a sense of
God, that that "sense" is completely false.
by Grace we proceed,
Ladies and Gentemen, let me propose that we when someone
claims to have a simple solution for a complex problem,
we should be very wary.
--- Credited to one of my most influential
history teachers at Foothill college. Dr. Ross
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