Why We Believe in God(s): A Concise Guide to the Science of Faith
By DR. ANDY THOMSON - VIMEO - KURT VOLKAN
Added: Mon, 09 May 2011 03:26:38 UTC
Dr. J. Anderson "Andy" Thomson discusses his new book, Why We Believe in God(s): A Concise Guide to the Science of Faith, which provides a brief and accessible guide to the exciting new discoveries that allow us to finally understand why and how the human mind generates, accepts, and spreads religious beliefs.
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