Faith in Anthropology

A Symposium on Timothy Larsen’s The Slain God

in The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology
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  • 1 Professor of Anthropology, Wheaton College, Illinois
  • | 2 Professor of Religion, The University of Georgia
  • | 3 Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Edinburgh
  • | 4 Assistant Professor in Anthropology, Miami University
  • | 5 Watkins University Professor of Anthropology, Stanford University
  • | 6 Carolyn and Fred McManus Professor of Christian Thought, Wheaton College, Illinois
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