Is God a Virus?: Genes, Culture and Religion
John Bowker examines the argument that belief in God is a virus infecting human minds with damaging results and suggests new ways in which the interaction between genes and culture can be more wisely interpreted and throw new light on other issues such as religious conflict and the ordination of women.
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Nature and Nurture
Genes Genotypes and Phenotypes
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