"God" Part of the Brain

quot;Godquot; Part of the Brain By Matthew Alper
Publisher: Sourcebooks 2008 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1402229577 | File type: PDF | 1 mb

Here for the first time is a reasoned, compassionate, spiritual journey into the world of science, where God is not so much an illusion as a hallmark of the very way in which we think. In this revised cult classic, the author offers a systematic, scientific argument that shows why belief in God is an inherent evolutionary mechanism that enables us to cope with our greatest, universal terror death. Originally published in 1996, Matthew Alper s book is a personal journey that has been adopted by over 25 colleges and universities and has sparked commentary by world-renowned scientists such as E. O. Wilson and E. Fuller Torry.

About the Author
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Matthew Alper graduated from SUNY Stonybrook with a B.A. in Philosophy. He has since worked as an electrician in England, a photographer s assistant in NYC, a fifth-grade teacher in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, a high school history teacher, a truck smuggler in central Africa, a personal tutor in the Philippines and a produced screenwriter in Germany. This book is the author s personal odyssey to explain why mankind created the idea of a higher power to deal with the fear and terror we have due to our species unique awareness of the inevitability of death.




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