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Gregory Paul is an independent researcher interested in informing the public about little known yet important aspects of the complex interactions between religion, secularism, culture, economics, politics and societal conditions. His scholarly work has appeared in Evolutionary Psychology, Journal of Religion and Society, The Journal of Medical Ethics, Philosophy and Theology. Popular essays are at Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post/On Faith, Edge and one of the most widely read Washington Post op-eds (5/29&30/11). Coverage of Paul's research has appeared in Newsweek, USA Today, The Guardian, London Times, LA Times, MSNBC, FoxNews.
(29 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 2, 2013 The Myth of the Reliable Law-Abiding Gun Owner
The gun lobby wants us to think that the good guy with a gun is always safe. But of course they are all flawed human beings who are at risk of becoming deadly under pressure.
(10 comments) SHARE Friday, October 12, 2012 Why Anti-Blasphemy Laws Ban All Religions
An irony of anti-blasphemy laws favored by Muslims is that, because religions blaspheme one another, they logically ban all religions including Islam.
(24 comments) SHARE Tuesday, October 9, 2012 Is CEO-LDS Romney a Successful Psycopath?
The GOP candidate shows the classic signs of being a socially functional, successfully manipulative and deceptive psychopath, as are many CEOS, politicians and religious folk. Obama appears considerably less pathological.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 17, 2012 Bigotry is Bigotry is Bigotry
It is not just the religious right that is causing trouble for gays, some religious moderates are too.
(20 comments) SHARE Saturday, February 25, 2012 The Catholic War on Women
One way the Catholic Church is trying to impose its reproductive doctrines on women at large is by running a bigger slice of the medical system.