Item Details

On Finding Common Ground: A (Very Brief) Reflection on a So What? Question

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.36868


This is a brief reply to Sarah Rollens' piece.

Author: Nickolas P. Roubekas

View Original Web Page

References :

Barton, Carlin A. and Daniel Boyarin. 2016. Imagine No Religion: How
Modern Abstractions Hide Ancient Realities. New York: Fordham
University Press. <a href=""></a><br>
Hughes, Aaron W., ed. 2016. Theory in a Time of Excess: Beyond
Reflection and Explanation in Religious Studies Scholarship.
Sheffield: Equinox. <br>
Lewis, Thomas A. 2015. Why Philosophy Matters for the Study of
Religion—and Vice Versa. New York: Oxford University Press.<a
McCutcheon, Russell T. 2003. The Discipline of Religion: Structure,
Meaning, Rhetoric. London: Routledge.<br>
Nongbri, Brent. 2013. Before Religion: A History of a Modern
Concept. New Haven: Yale University Press. <a
Rollens, Sarah E. 2018. “If Discourse is All There Is: On Studying
Religion in the Ancient Context.” Bulletin for the Study of Religion
47  (2): 8–10. <a href="https//">https//</a>.<br>