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Originally posted by bern2009 at 2009-4-28 01:34 PM
Christianity is spreading in China nowadays, and in some other Asian countries too.
You say, Christians are genetically inferior to non-Christians. So we have to ask: What is cause, and what ...
here is some of the research result i put in my book, china's last stand:
The recent research in genetics may shed some light on this fundamental impasse between the Godly and no-God belief systems. It's in the areas of the alcohol and cigarette addiction genes, epigenetics and the DAB1 gene. The information on the DAB1 gene, taken from Wikipedia, gives some promising clues:
"In a study by Dr. Scott Williamson of Cornell University, A newer version of the DAB1 gene had been shown to be universal among those of Chinese ancestry, but not found among other global populations. Being related to organizing the cells of the areas in the brain associated with higher cognitive function, it is speculated that the DAB1 mutation in the Chinese may be a parallel genetic evolutionary route to possibly accomplish an equivalent adaptation to other brain gene adaptations found in other world populations but not in the Chinese."
Could this DAB1 gene be a watch-dog gene for the Chinese to put checks on their behaviors? Is that why they are so passive and inviting to outside aggressions? And could it, thus, also be the self-identity gene that assert their humanity, allowing them to reject the all-giving, but superstitious, God?
So, what does it mean for a no-God Chinese to embrace a superstitious God? Well, believing something he knows is not true is always a good training for doing something he knows is not right.