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15) Brain scansofpeople deep in meditation, who describe feelingsofoneness, reveal a slowingofthe parietal lobe function, which is responsible forA) a senseofmeaningB) a senseofplaceC) a senseofpurposeD) a senseofpleasureE) a senseofthe "divine" becauseofthe"godgene"
16) To equate religion with belief is problematic in the studyofreligion becausetrue
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18) The methodof"thick description", according to Clifford Geertz, attempts to tell thedifference between
19) Catherine Bell has suggested thatA) culture is really a formofritualizationB) rituals are not things, and thereforecan'tdo thingsC) the XhosaofSouth Africa perform a certain sacrificial rite to engage the wholecommunityD) ritual is a formofcollective neurosisE)MaryPoppinsis a much better movie thatHarry Potter
20) The video to the song "Always Loved a Film" by Underworld was used to illustrate whichofthe following:of
21) Malory N ye suggested that when studying the topicofreligion and text a "challengingstarting point" is with whichofthe following:
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