Book Reviews Religion Explained? The Cognitive Science of Religion After Twenty-Five Years, edited by Luther H. Martin and Donald Wiebe. Bloomsbury Academic 2017. 272pp., 6 B&W illustrations. Hb $114.00. ISBN-13: 9781350032477. [Book Review]

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