Thursday, March 21, 2013

Causes and consequences of low fertility rates in the West and East Asia. Its effects on religion, politics and economics

A lecture was given on the causes and consequences of low fertility rates in the West and East Asia by leading experts.  Fertility rates and demography will dramatically affect the the future of Christianity, Islam and  atheism/agnosticism in the world.  Also, it will affect the Darwinism vs. creation controversy as religious conservatives have more children.  In addition, it will influence economics and politics.

The lecture has some liberal tripe/speculation in it, but it has some useful information as well. 

Audio recording of the lecture:  Causes and consequences of the low fertility rates in the West and East Asia lecture

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