This is Just-A-Minute with Ed Boggess. Scandinavian psychologist, H. C. Runke, advanced an interesting proposition in his new book, The Psychology Of Unbelief. He concludes that “unbelief is an interruption in development.” He is convinced that given normal circumstances the average person will develop a faith in a Higher Being. If this does not happen, he suggests that something had to happen to “short-circuit”, his word, normal development. If Runke is right, it explains why in every human society ever discovered, there exists a faith in some Supreme Being. It also explains why more and more studies are revealing that people of faith live healthier, happier and longer lives.
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