Through the prisms of archaeology, theology, anthropology, and evolutionary psychology, Wright shows how and why religion can strengthen the social order and why modern science, contrary to conventional wisdom, affirms the validity of the religious quest.Through the prisms of archaeology, theology, anthropology, and evolutionary psychology, Wright shows how and why religion can strengthen the social order and why modern science, contrary to conventional wisdom, affirms the validity of the religious quest.Read Less
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The book is a pain to read! The first three or five chapters were good but the rest of the book became boring. The author kept referring to "non-zero sum" and "zero sum" things over and over again, without defining the terms. There was much repetition in the book and I believed it could have been eliminated. I stopped reading the book halfway through and am ready to give the book away to my local library. I cannot imagine why some reviewer from the NY Times said it was a great book!
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