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How will religion evolve?

In this provocative piece, John Tierney of the NY Times responds to Nicolas Wade’s new book, The Faith Instinct. When hunter-gatherers settled down, religion conveyed big advantages on early societies; natural selection favored their survival. Now, Tierney suggests, religion should turn green.

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