The emergence of the science of religion in the Netherlands
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The emergence of the science of religion in the Netherlands by Arie L. Molendijk

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English


  • Religions -- Historiography -- History -- 19th century,
  • Religion,
  • Religions,
  • Netherlands -- Religion -- 19th century

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby Arie L. Molendijk.
SeriesNumen book series. Studies in the history of religions -- 105, Studies in the history of religions -- 105.
LC ClassificationsBL980.N5 M65 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 311 p.
Number of Pages311
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22633521M
ISBN 109004143386

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Sciences of religion in France during the July monarchy () / Michel Despland --The foundations of the study of religion in the British context / Peter Byrne --Transforming theology: the institutionalization of the science of religion in the Netherlands / Arie L. Molendijk --The science of religion and theology: the question of their.   Religious capacity is a highly elaborate, neurocognitive human trait that has a solid evolutionary foundation. This book uses a multidisciplinary approach to describe millions of years of biological innovations that eventually give rise to the modern trait and its varied expression in humanity’s many religions. The authors present a scientific model and a central thesis that the brain organs. This book examines the life and work of the Reverend John Callender () within the context of the emergence of religious toleration in New England in the later seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, a relatively recent endeavor in light of the well-worn theme of persecution in colonial American religious history.   Religious Beliefs In The Netherlands Atheism. Atheism is the belief that God does not exist. Atheism started in but became widespread in when other major religions began declining. The Netherlands is one of the most unreligious countries in the world with only % of its population reporting an official religious belief.

This volume is the fruit of the colloquium ""Les Pays-Bas, carrefour de la tolerance aux Temps Modernes,"" held in Wassenaar, the Netherlands, in Toleration in the strict sense of the word was very much against the grain of sixteenth-century European history. This volume charts the emergence and vicissitudes of the concept of tolerance and its practical implications in the Dutch Republic.   Religion in the Making by Michel Despland, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.   Edited by Philip Clayton and Paul Davies. Offers an authoritative introduction to the entire field of emergence studies. Presents the most recent literature and conclusions, in a thoroughly readable style. Bridges the classical divide between the `two cultures' of the sciences and the humanities and engages the growing field of science and religion. Book Info. The Science of Religion in Britain, – Book Description: Marjorie Wheeler-Barclay argues that, although the existence and significance of the science of religion has been barely visible to modern scholars of the Victorian period, it was a subject of lively and extensive debate among nineteenth-century readers and audiences.