New Book Argues People are “Born” with Religion


Summary: The book is written by a psychologist working at a theological seminary, and is titled Born Believers: The Science of Children’s Religious Belief. Per the review:

Kids aren’t blank slates upon which we inscribe our religious or irreligious convictions. Rather, they arrive in the world with a strong, cognitively driven propensity for religious belief “preinstalled”


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Johnny “Knockem’stiff” O’Coileain is a writer of comedy, polemics, and contrarian non-fiction, is an award winning tube-sock model, and a student of philisophic logic and realism. Armed with the influence of George Orwell, Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Marcus Cicero, and George Carlin, Johnny gravitates toward bullshit like flies to a shit-cart, and throughly enjoys advertising how much it really fucking stinks. Add him on Facebook at:

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