I was enthralled by this article in Sunday's NYT Magazine. It's not about whether there is a god, but rather why people BELIEVE there is a god. Was there some evolutionary benefit to belief in a supernatural being? Or is god just a byproduct of some other more obviously beneficial trait? Incidentally, they call these byproducts "spandrels", which is kinda awesome. Where two arches (functional) meet, they form a spandrel (which can be pretty and decorative, but is not necessarily functional). Check it out if you're so inclined. Fascinating.
PS Yes, I'm a (barely) 40something man who has never lived outside the Midwest and I read the New York Times. I know. Stereotypically gay much?