Zygon 49 (3):728-740 (2014)

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Robert N. McCauley
Emory University
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Although I certainly have differences with some of my commentators, I am grateful for the time, effort, and attention that each has devoted to my book, Why Religion Is Natural and Science Is Not. They have helpfully pointed out features of my positions that need clarification and elaboration. I am also grateful to the editor of Zygon, Willem Drees, for this opportunity to undertake that task here
Keywords philosophy of religion  cognitive science of religion  religious studies  religion and science
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DOI 10.1111/zygo.12116
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