Speaking of fear of snakes. There's a great documentary (which must be a work of fiction according to RB) on the number of human actions that have been handed down through the millenia. Stuff like shuddering to a wakened state when snoozing is a throwback to us sleeping in trees and the inherent dangers of falling or chicken rising our hair/fur to make us appear bigger when threatened by predators.
Quite fascinating, but of course, all a bunch of scientific fiction, so let's get back to humans intrinsically being religious... It's just so fun!
Your post doesn't make sense. I am the only one on here that mentioned science. Even the OP just posted a link for a study we can't access instead of summarizing the study as if he actually read it himself.
You seem to have confused me with your fundamentalist grandmother. You forget that science was invented by Christians in a Christian culture, not atheists.
I love it when you lose the facade and just post off the cuff in the way you truly want to - I post for those moments.
Sure, Christians helped promote science (INVENT?! LMAO) - and then attempted to shut it down when started directly refuting the bible... Gallileo anyone?
You're foolish, but in an entertaining way.
And my post makes sense because I was talking about things that tuly are intrinsic to humans. Traits developed over millions of years, as opposed to you making up fiction based on infants 'knowing' about God.
Bring on the laughs, Friday is coming up and some weekend gag and share with friends material is a tradition of mine.