- Subject index
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Chapter 1.12: Anthropology and Religious Studies
Anthropology and Religious Studies
On the website of a combined Department of Anthropology and Religious Studies in North America, the following rubric introduces the Religious Studies pages:
Examining religion: How ought we to live? What is real and true? What do people hold to be sacred? What are human moral obligations? Understand how religion shapes ...