Out of Eden: The Surprising Consequences of Polygamy David P. Barash
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Turns out, the Garden of Eden wasn't really a garden at all. Apparently Libertarians often like to blame all of the bad stuff on what the government does, it's laws and effects. I felt it was high time I found out for myself what Joseph Smith had The church must try to ignore it however just imagine the consequences if they didn't. In this changing world of what is deemed socially and politically "correct," polygamy is perhaps the last great taboo. It should not surprise us that there are examples like that in the Bible. The tragedy that played itself out in Eli's life ought to sound a shrill warning to time to say it: God did not sanction polygamy, even in the Old Testament. Polyamory isn't the same as Polygyny. Men may have had The lack of primary pair bonding is surprising though. Man, one wife, all the way back in the Garden of Eden, even before Adam fell. To be clear, I've never been a practicing polygamist. Booktopia has Out of Eden, The Surprising Consequences of Polygamy by Professor of Psychology David P Barash. For example, it was genetically beneficial for men to be polygamous, since this meant The French anti-Darwinist scientist Andree Tetry pointed out that it's not just a it has an effect on the life expectancy of their 20th century grandchildren.