Prevenient Grace? "Religious belief is human nature, huge new study claims"

Precious few details in this article, but interesting conclusion. Also suggests we are not really "born atheists" as some atheists like to argue (for reasons I still don't quite gather).


Metacrock said…
First thing that comes to mind is the disproof of the atheist argument about default. We are not born atheists.

On other side this could be used to argue that religion is a primitive instinct that has outlived it usefulness.

It seem ominous, makes me wonder why they want to study it.

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