Scientific Discovery Of The Sin Nature
I find the reasoning in this post just so depressingly ignorant that I can’t bring myself to even comment. I do generally like the author Becky though, which makes the whole harmful worldview even more incomprehensible. Wake up and see the real world!!
Last Sunday on 60 Minutes Lesley Stahl did an investigative piece on a Yale baby lab which studies the human condition. The scientists who discovered how to determine a baby’s preferences when he is as young as three months old have been studying whether or not a baby has a sense of right and wrong—in other words, whether they have a sense of morality.
And the answer is, yes, resoundingly.
Wesley chose the good guy [puppet] and he wasn’t alone.
More than three fourths of the babies tested reached for the nice puppet. Wynn tried it out on even younger babies, 3 month olds, who can’t control their arms enough to reach. But they can vote with their eyes, since research has shown that even very young babies look longer at things they like. Daisy here looked at the mean puppet for 5 seconds; then switched to the nice one…
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