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To: Heartlander

I didn't detect any use of the "E" word at all. This article was primarily about psychology and genetics. It basically outlined the nature vs. nurture aspects of religious participation. I don't believe there was anything inflammatory or controversial about this article. Nor were there any beliefs reflected.


10 posted on 03/21/2005 12:16:34 PM PST by Redfox
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To: Redfox

The ‘E’ word is used and apparently our genetic codes just see things differently.


13 posted on 03/21/2005 12:39:16 PM PST by Heartlander (I prefer Pinkard and Bowden over Pinker and Skinner)
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To: Redfox

If by "E" word, you mean evolution; then you weren't reading too closely.

“There is logic behind why humans may have evolved with a religious predisposition in their genes”

“it makes sense that evolution would favor a genetic disposition for spirituality”


16 posted on 03/21/2005 12:45:41 PM PST by Sopater
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