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This is such a mediocre book that it doesn’t warrant a lengthy review. Therefore, let me make just one comment here. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ACT I
Is religion one cog in the wheel of evolution of Homo sapiens – an interesting question. Scholars and archeologists have searched for its roots, way back in hunter-gatherer days,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by H. Peter Nennhaus
As a teacher of world history and someone who seeks to profit from both religion and science, this book was a joy! The latest research married to deep insight. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Majicdad
I have not yet completed reading this book; however, it gets a 5 star rating; for the first two chapters alone, this book is worth the purchase.Published 11 months ago by Mayday
Unproven assumptions, deductive method of reasoning and arguing, poor and baseless conclusions make this work a pointless reading exercise.Published 16 months ago by Susana Conde
This has really influenced my view on religion in a positive way, allowing me to be both objective and compassionate to religious people, instead of constantly angry or bitter. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Elizabeth M. Shoemaker
I will preface this by noting that I may be expecting more of the author and text than he would like to give - or can given the genre / marketing of the text. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anonymous