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If Discourse Is All There Is: On Studying Religion in the Ancient Context

Issue: Vol 47 No. 2 (2018) Bulletin for the Study of Religion

Journal: Bulletin for the Study of Religion

Subject Areas: Religious Studies Buddhist Studies Islamic Studies Biblical Studies

DOI: 10.1558/bsor.36359


This article responds to the provocative essay by Nickolas Roubekas, which deals with studying "religion" in the ancient context.

Author: Sarah E. Rollens

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