Several years ago, I bought a big old KJV Bible from a Salvation Army for a dollar (mostly because I liked the pictures and hadn’t quite kicked my bibliophilic addiction to keeping big old books around yet).
Here it is next to my keyboard for size reference. (You can click through any of the pics in this post for bigger versions.)
I try to read the Bible once per year, and this copy is the one I’m tackling in 2020. There’s a lot of material in the front matter and appendices from a more civilized era.
Lol, wives and children, what a bunch of cucks! Similarly, it’s just assumed you’re the sort of group-selected person who would want to record your family lineage.
It’s a throwback to a bygone age of kin-selecting morality, when the institution of the church was not filled with spiteful mutants hijacking the Western tradition of altruistic punishment (ref. Kmac, CofC) with narratives about anti-natalism, self-sufficiency, and xenophilia.
To expand on something Bice said recently…
quickest self-help is called the ten commandments coupled with staying away from the seven deadly sins…. entire civilzations were built on those foundations
…this makes it an excellent reference for a list of eugenic virtues and spiteful vices sanctioned by traditional church authorities:
Narratives which promote the behaviors in the left column may be identified as “moral” in the eugenic sense, whereas narratives which promote behaviors in the right column may identified as “evil” in the dysgenic sense.
As usual with such things, I’d recommend judging yourself and people important to you on a 1-5 scale using these lists. If you find yourself waffling because e.g. “sometimes you have to be disagreeable”, keep in mind you’re just measuring super-k, not actual morality. We’d expect extremely high-IQ people and geniuses, being higher in testosterone and therefore tending to fast life history traits and autism, to express a fair number of traits in the right column.
The left column is really just letting you know which of your traits are group-selected (e.g. loyalty and the right column is letting you know which of your traits are either individually selected (e.g. disloyalty) or simply dysgenic (e.g. imbecility).