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David Sloan Wilson's book is a gem.
Wilson makes a good case showing that religions (at least those that lead to altruistic actions) are derived naturally through the processes of evolution.
The course, and the book, is not a denunciation of the detractors of evolution, nor a in-depth study of evolutionary details.
Great overview in easy to understand terms. I've read many more technical books on the subject and still find this book fascinating, informative and enjoyable.Published 1 month ago by Chris
There are a lot of pros and only few cons in this book. Which makes this book one of the best books on any scientific subjects written for the common man. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jurij Fedorov
Teaches you a new way to think. Personally found that interesting. There were parts that we're boring for me and parts that have me wanting to explore more. It is for everyonePublished 2 months ago by Mauricio Mejia
Objective, thoughtful and pithy indeed.
I first heard the author on a Podcast with Krista Trippett "On Being" and was immediately hooked by this thoughtful and... Read more
One of few books that profoundly changed the way i see the world. I recommend it to any and all open-minded folks, amazing insights. Well written too.Published 8 months ago by birchen
The book was clear and concise. I learned a lot that I didn't know before about evolution and man's path.Published 8 months ago by Barbara T. Klein
Great book, easily accessible for everyone-- you don't need to be a scientist or theologian to read this book and thoroughly enjoy it!Published 12 months ago by L Gilgore
This was an interesting read but it doesn't quite deliver on its stated goal of namely chaning the way we think about our lives. Themes needed to be more fleshed-out.Published 12 months ago by Sabian
The author claims to explain how evolution and religion can coexist. As someone who is not religious, I felt that he was condescending in his treatment of religion, although I... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Katelyn J.