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The sphere of "religion and technology" is exploding in recognition between lecturers in addition to the overall studying public. Spawning progressively more meetings and classes, this box has proven an remarkable price of progress in recent times. the following for the 1st time is a single-volume advent to the talk, written via the top specialists. Making no pretense to encyclopedic neutrality, each one bankruptcy defends a big highbrow place: on the center of the publication is a chain of "pro" and "con" papers, overlaying all of the present "hot issues" (such as evolution as opposed to production, naturalism as opposed to the supernatural). as well as remedies of questions of method and implications for all times and perform, the instruction manual comprises sections dedicated to the most important clinical disciplines, the key global religions, and the most sub-disciplines during this interesting and ever-expanding box of study.

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