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Without attempting to expound the complex minutia of this theory, I think it can be fairly summarised as positing the idea that an idiosincratic tendency on the part of an individual towards belief in a ‚God‘ would thereby, from an evolutionary point of view, have acted to confer a material survival advantage – essentialy, so the theory argues, through promoting a strengthened impetus towards enduring and attempting to adapt to malign environmental circumstances, this impetus tending to arise, so the theory argues, from an attributed, albeit superstitious, sense of paternalistic security and benign guidance which such belief could plausibly be considered to imbue.

There exists though I think, an element of philosophical opinion which contends not only the accuracy of this theory, but even the appropriatenes in principle of the Scientific method itself towards investigating a question of such type as, ‚What is the cause of Religious belief?‘

This contending view asserts that applying the methodology of science to account for such an experience as religious belief, inferring as the scientific method does an essentialy quantitative cause and effect relationship between phenomena to describe our experience, is a fundamentaly innapropriate means to address a question of this ‚type‘. It requires to be emphasised however, that this objection among philosophers is not intended to imply any intrinsic dichotomy between the intelectual methodology of science characterised by empiricism and the methodology of philosophy, but more precisely, is intented to suggest a fundamental innapropriatenes, in principle, regarding the concept that a valid account for the phenomenon of religious belief must consist in the form of a ’cause and effect mechanism‘.

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