Current affiliation: Westminster CollegeSubject: Religion & TheologyPrimary location: United States
Published in:Journal for the Study of Religion Nature and CulturePublication date:2015-04-01
This article argues that religion behavior is (or, more accurately, was once) closely related to art behavior. The cultural processes of modernity ...
Published in:Bulletin for the Study of ReligionPublication date:2012-10-09
Published in:ReligionPublication date:2009-12-01
Published in:ReligionPublication date:1998-10-01
Published in:Religions of South AsiaPublication date:2012-01-20
Published in:Russian HistoryPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:NumenPublication date:2013-01-01
Raffaele Pettazzoni (1883–1959) was a very significant historian of religions. However, there are only two books by Pettazzoni in English: The All-...
Published in:The Journal of ReligionPublication date:2007-04-01
Published in:Hermeneutics, Politics, and the History of ReligionsPublication date:2010-02-08
Published in:Method & Theory in the Study of ReligionPublication date:2003-03-01
Published in:ReligionPublication date:1992-10-01
Published in:Implicit ReligionPublication date:2013-12-01
Published in:Culture and ReligionPublication date:2000-05-01
Published in:Culture and ReligionPublication date:2000-11-01
Published in:DialoguePublication date:1999-03-01
Published in:Method & Theory in the Study of ReligionPublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:Toronto Journal of TheologyPublication date:2014-03-01
Published in:The Heythrop JournalPublication date:2009-05-01
Published in:Method & Theory in the Study of ReligionPublication date:2016-12-02
A Review Essay of Kevin Schilbrack’s Philosophy and the Study of Religions: A Manifesto
This is an argument that the academic study of religion is a fundamentally philosophical enterprise and thus that the study of religion could benef...
Published in:ReligionPublication date:2015-10-14
Published in:Method & Theory in the Study of ReligionPublication date:2010-10-01
“Method and theory” in the academic study of religion is ineluctably philosophical, which encourages a significant re-consideration of what passes ...