Theology in the age of cognitive science

International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 81 (4):423-445 (2020)
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The cognitive science of religion sets out a naturalistic account of religion, in which religious phenomena are grounded in evolved cognitive and moral intuitions. This has important implications f...

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