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Introduction In 2005 the German philosopher Jürgen Habermas gave a lecture for the Holberg Prize seminar with the title “Religion in the Public Sphere”. This lecture, later published as an article in European Journal of Philosophy ( Habermas 2006 ), can be seen as the starting point of a debate about a possible resurgence or new visibility of religion in the public sphere of secularized Western, primarily European, societies. In his lecture Habermas stated: We can hardly fail to notice the fact that religious traditions and communities of faith have gained a

ISSN 2299-0518 3 Studia Humana Volume 5:4 (2016), pp. 3—4 DOI: 10.1515/sh-2016-0020 Preface: Research Approaches to the Study of Religion Lluis Oviedo Antonianum University, Rome, Italy e-mail: Abstract: Preface to the special issue ‘Research Approaches to the Study of Religion’. First of all we pay attention to cognitive studies of religion and compare theology and philosophy of religion. Keywords: cognitive science, cognitive science of religion, theology, religion. The study of religion has

) Introduction. In idem (eds) New horizons in art, heritage, nonprofit and social marketing . London: Routledge. Ball H (1996) Flight out of time , edited by Elderfield J. London: University of California Press. Bohlman Ph and Engelhardt J (2016) Resounding transcendence. An introduction. In idem (eds), Resounding transcendence. Transitions in music, religion, and ritual . New York: Oxford University Press. Bosman F (2019) Gaming and the divine. A new systematic theology of video games . London: Routledge. Bosman F (2018) The bell tolled six on Easter Sunday. The motif of

ISSN 2299-0518 79 Studia Humana Volume 6:4 (2017), pp. 79—81 DOI: 10.1515/sh-2017-0030 Book Review “Religion Explained? The Cognitive Science of Religion after Twenty-Five Years” Hans Van Eyghen VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands e-mail: h

References 1. Andresen, J. and R. K. C. Forman. Methodological Pluralism in the Study of Religion. How the Study of Consciousness and Mapping Spiritual Experiences Can Reshape Religious Methodology, Journal of Consciousness Studies , 7 , No. 11–12, 2000. 2. Atkinson, Q. D. et al. Are Big Gods a big deal in the emergence of big groups?, Religion, Brain & Behavior , 2014. 3. Barrett, J. L. Experiments . Ed. by M. Stausberg and S. Engler. The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in the Study of Religion . Routledge: London and New York, 2011. 4. Bennett, O

References Armerding, C. E. “Festivals and Feasts”. Dictionary of the Old Testament Pentateuch. Eidted by T. D. Alexander. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press, 2003, 300-313. Arnold, B. T. “Religion in Ancient Israel”. The Face of Old Testament Studies: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches. Edited by D. W. Baker and B. T. Arnold. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1999, 391-420. _____. Readings from the Ancient Near East: Primary Sources for Old Testament Study. Ada, MI: Baker Academic, 2002. Baly, D. “Rain”. The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia. Edited by G

feel called to change the world as we experience it in order to shape it to our beliefs. These issues are central to human existence, and central to an understanding of faith. Yet they have become obscured by acrimonious debate between Christians and secular Humanists, which often focuses on the role played by the discipline of science. In this article I will look behind the debate about science and religion, and focus on the relationship between our understanding of the world as we experience it, the world as we interpret it to be and the world as we dream that it

начинаются осенние моления последователей Марийской Традиционной религии. - Арслан.] Kuutma, Kristin. 2005. Vernacular Religions and the Invention of Identities Behind the Finno-Ugric Wall. - Temenos - Nordic Journal of Comparative Religion 41 (1): 51-76. Lastochkina, Galina. 2014. Marij Elyšte šyže kumaltyš-wlak tüղalyt. - MariUver. (accessed August 25, 2018). [Ласточкина, Галина. 2014. Марий Элыште шыже кумалтыш-влак тӱҥалыт. - MariUver.

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. “Political Economy and Religion in the Spirit of Max Weber”, in Nee, Victor and Swedberg, Richard (Eds.) On Capitalism, Stanford: Stanford University Press, ISBN 978-0-8047-5664-8 Berger, Peter L., 1967. “The Sacred Canopy: Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion.” Garden City: Doubleday, 1967; New York: Anchor Press, 1990. Bruce, S., 2006. Did Protestantism Create Democracy, in Anderson, J. (Ed.) Religion, Democracy and Democratization, New York, NY: Routledge. Djupe, P.A., Grant J.T., 2001. “Religious Institutions and Political Participation in America.” Journal