Has anybody read this book?

From: Francesca S. Alcorn (unicorn@greenepa.net)
Date: Wed Jan 16 2002 - 06:30:20 GMT

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    I just came across this title: Why God Won't Go Away by Andrew
    Neuberg, Eugene D'Aquili and Vince Rause. The blurb says that they
    say the religious impulse is rooted in the biology of the brain. Has
    anyone read this? Is it any good?

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