By Lyle Simpson
Lyle Simpson’s Why Was I Born? explores the psychology underlying religious belief, through the prism of Abraham Maslow’s "Hierarchy of Needs" and the Meyer-Briggs personality typology. Rejecting the easy answers of our society, Simpson addresses profound questions like: Why are we here?; How do face our own death?; Why do we need others?; and How do we make our lives significant? from a humanist psychological standpoint, making vastly more sense than anyone who tries to answer these questions through our cultural traditions.
Lyle Simpson is an attorney and shareholder with Simpson, Jensen, Abels, Fischer and Bouslog, P.C., in Des Moines, Iowa. He is past president and chairman of the American Humanist Association, and since 1980 has served as president of the Humanist Foundation.
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