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A Shared, Yet Strangely Comforting Delusion: Cognizing Minds, Theorizing Exegesis, and Scholarship as Readerly Constructed Intentionality

By Philip L. Tite I have recently been working through Hugo Lundhaug’s wonderful book, Images of Rebirth: Cognitive Poetics and Transformational Soteriology in the Gospel of Philip and the Exegesis on the Soul (NHMS, 73; Leiden: Brill, 2010). In this … Continue reading

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SORAAAD BookNotes with the Bulletin: Ann Taves’ Religious Experience Reconsidered

By Ipsita Chatterjea In Religious Experience Reconsidered: A Building-Block Approach to the Study of Religion and Other Special Things (Princeton University Press, 2011), Ann Taves operationalizes one the most challenging and controversial concepts in research on the religious: religious experiences.  … Continue reading

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