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Religion Hurts: Why Do Differences Lead to Conflict?

Hardback|Oct 2018
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The world contains a bewildering variety of religions, and an equally bewildering variety of practices and beliefs within them. Why did they develop and become so widespread? Why do religions matter so much to so many people? Why do some...


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The world contains a bewildering variety of religions, and an equally bewildering variety of practices and beliefs within them. Why did they develop and become so widespread? Why do religions matter so much to so many people? Why do some believe that their faith requires them to terrorise and kill others? Do religions do more harm than good? This is a book for those who ask such questions. Some of the answers we hear today seem totally uncritical of religions while others dismiss religions as inherently toxic and destructive. John Bowker, one of the world's most distinguished scholars of religion, delivers a timely analysis of the issues. He shows how recent research, particularly in the neurosciences, genetics and evolution, throws new light on what religions are and on what part they have played in human life and history. His explanation of why religions have been a force for both good and evil is of vital importance for those trying to understand the politics of the modern world.
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John Bowker

Professor John Bowker, Fellow of Gresham College, London, and Adjunct Professor at North Carolina State University is an authority on religious studies and a well-known broadcaster on BBC Radio. His books include Is God a Virus?, Genes, Culture and Religion, and What Muslims Believe.ý

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