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Why Man Made Gods and Dogs

15 July 2010

In Why Man Made Gods and Dogs, John Burton provides an overview of modern science as it relates to religion, ranging from cosmology, mathematics and physics, through the thicket of biology and biochemistry to evolutionary psychology and even a little home-spun philosophy.

In Why Man Made Gods and Dogs, John Burton provides an overview of modern science as it relates to religion, ranging from cosmology, mathematics and physics, through the thicket of biology and biochemistry to evolutionary psychology and even a little home-spun philosophy. It is written in a concise yet lucid style, leavened with a number of entertaining anecdotes based on his 50 years of experience as a doctor.
 
John is a retired Professor of Dermatology at Bristol University. He published six successful medical textbooks while working. Why Man Made Gods and Dogs is his second book for the general reader, the first being Six Hundred Miseries, the Seventeenth Century Womb.
 
All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the National Eczema Society to support their programme of research into childhood eczema.
 
Why Man Made Gods and Dogs is published by Perrott Press. Order the book from perrottpress@hotmail.com or buy it online at Amazon.