Share 'Religion as a Survival Instinct: Origins of Religion, Part 18'
(From the Daily Telegraph, London, by Richard Alleyne, 7 September 2009)
Humans may have evolved to believe in god and superstitions because it helps them to co-ordinate group action better, scientists claimed.
Religion became a survival instinct, according to researchers who studied the way brains develop from childhood and behave during spiritual experiences.
Groups of humans with religious t…
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