Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Neurology and Religion

Scientists Locate 'God Spot' in Human Brain

If it is true that "religion ... evolved along with other belief and social cognitive abilities", then why do evolutionists fight so hard against it?

4 comments:

  1. wow - easy to see the presuppositional framework here...the effect fits whatever cause the observer ascribes to it...I say it is the natural responding to the supra-natural - that is - Man is "wired" to respond to the Creator with his whole being.

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  2. Not only that, but since most humans throughout history have believed in some sort of deity, one has to wonder who really has the neurological disorder.

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  3. Good points.

    ... just another of the latest lousy attempts to do away with the existence of God.

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  4. Woah Swordbearer. Atheists would be in favor of eugenics would they? That's what it sounds like to me.

    I joked a few months ago, on this very blog I believe, that the naturalist's arguments were useless because I had the religious gene. Looks like they've verified this.

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