I suggest you keep in mind that the scientists in the vatican manage to squeeze a god into all of their theories ... or they wouldn't BE in the vatican.Humanity invented religions and gods to wrestle with their mysteries and miseries. On the contrary, religious dogmas halted the progress of science, facilitated human exploitation, instigated many massacres and wars throughout history and ultimately gave rise to modern terrorism. The knowledge about the evolution of gods may vaccinate the readers against the disease of fanaticism.
Let us think for a moment why humanity developed several religious concepts but only one science. For example, one dogma avers idol worship and the other asserts the contrary: scientific principles have no such ambiguities. There is a concrete reason behind this contradiction: about one thing or concept there is only one truth, but there can be many lies. This book is an effort to light a candle in the darkest corner of human consciousness....finished
All of the first "scientists" ... even if they weren't religious had to feign that they were, or they would have been tortured and killed.
Theologians got away with teaching the nonsense "One does not mock GOD." Yet they continually mocked each other's images of gods and put each other to death OVER the mocking.
Religion is a horrible creator of trouble.