Monthly Archives: January 2012

Teaching Epoche

Ninian Smart claimed that, if we fail to set aside (at least temporarily) our reactions to and opinions about the people, communities, and traditions that constitute our objects of study, we are quite likely to generate more data about ourselves … Continue reading

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Book Notes from the Bulletin and SORAAAD

The Bulletin and The Study of Religion as an Analytic Discipline (SORAAAD) are happy to announce a partnership for our blog’s Book Notes. We know that the book exhibit hall at the AAR/SBL is a daunting  way to catch up with the field. … Continue reading

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