Gimbernat attempts to answer the question “Who created God” in his book on evolutionary psychology

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released author A. Gimbernat’s latest book “The Lust for Reverence – Undressing the Human Being to Reveal How Heroes and Gods Are Made and Demolished.”

About the Book:
omslag_Opmaak 1Author A. Gimbernat reviews our distant past for the answer to the ultimate question of human existence: Who created God? Gimbernat builds a record of deification from ancient rulers and gods to contemporary fascist dictators. He seeks a root cause to the need for such constructs in the natural world, and ultimately in genetics. Fans of Richard Dawkins’ “The God Delusion” will find this a nice extension to that work regarding the evolutionary origin of otherworldly powers.

Prologue: Numina
Further Aspects
The Call
By the Approach of the Thought Experiment, together with a Reductio ad Absurdum
Submission without Fear
Of Heroes and Gods
The Nature Nurture Controversy
Define Your Terms
Gene Power
By the Approach of Psychotherapy: Offshoots of Psychoanalysis
By the Approach of Empirical Science: Experimental Psychology
Relatives: by the Approach of Ethology and Comparative Psychology
Skeletons: by the Approach of Paleoanthropology
Requiem for Lost Opportunities
On the Extremes to Which Worship Can Lead
What to Do with the Comforting Wall?
References, Comments, and Further Reading

The Lust for Reverence: Undressing the Human Being to Reveal How Heroes and Gods are Made and Demolished
Authored by A. Gimbernat
List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
320 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620062562
ISBN-10: 1620062569
BISAC: Science / Life Sciences / Evolution

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Also available on Kindle, Nook and Sony eReader.

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