Religious Studies Review
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Edited By: Mark MacWilliams and Jeremy Biles; Managing Editor: Elias Bongmba
Online ISSN: 1748-0922
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Religious Studies Review - MS 156
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Religious Studies Review does not accept unsolicited manuscripts. Please contact Elias Bongmba, the Managing Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in writing book reviews or a review essay for RSR. Please note that book reviews are organized into the following sections:
Texts, Tools, and Media
Methodology and Theory
Psychology and Religion
Sociology and Anthropology of Religion
Religion and Science
Ritual, Cult, Worship
Philosophy of Religion
Arts, Literature, Culture, and Religion
Ancient Near East
Greece, Rome, Greco-Roman Period
History of Christianity
History of Christianity (Early)
History of Christianity (Modern)
Judaism: Hellenistic through Late Antiquity
The Americas: Central and South America
The Americas: Canada
The Americas: USA
Australia and The Pacific
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