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Time Magazine (August 15, 1994 pp. 45ff ) had an article about how this rejection of God has led to the type of impurity described in Romans: "An excuse for adultery is available now at the hands of a supposedly scientific discipline known as "evolutionary biology" which goes from the premise that we are "human animals" and can look to the realm of other animals for reasonable models for the underlying rational for how we behave. According to the Time article, "it is to man’s evolutionary advantage to sow his seeds far and wide. Women instead seek mates with the best genes and the most to invest in offspring. These strategies can put the sexes in conflict and undermine love." As an example, these scientists point to the ape culture: "Among Apes, the greater...

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