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The Scientific Study of Religion: Two Case Studies, One Response

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AbstractA response to the previous four papers.

Affiliations: 1: University of VermontBurlington, VT 05401USADepartment of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, University of South; 2: Trinity College, University of TorontoCanadaDepartment of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, University of South


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1. McCauley Robert N. , Lawson E. Thomas "Functionalism reconsidered" History of Religions 1984 Vol 23 327 336

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