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Religion in Five Minutes View
Aaron W. Hughes, Russell T. McCutcheon, Sarah Dees, Jennifer Eyl, Mike Graziano, Richard Newton, Nathan Eric Dickman, Mushegh Asatryan, David McConeghy, Robyn Faith Walsh, Jason N. Blum, Steven W Ramey, Nickolas P. Roubekas, Michael Stausberg, Craig Martin, Ian Alexander Cuthbertson, Vaia Touna, Leslie Dorrough Smith, Ann Taves, Jason W.M. Ellsworth, Emily D Crews, Nathaniel J. Morehouse, Steven L Young, Patrick Hart, Matt Sheedy, Suzanne Owen, K. Merinda Simmons, Brent A Smith, Arthur McCalla, Roger Beck, Nathan Colborne, Brad Stoddard, Sheldon Steen, Paul-Francois Tremlett, Travis D Webster, Blair Alan Gadsby, Kendall Marchman, Julie Ingersoll, Michael J. Altman, Rick Moore, Linh Hoang, Rebekka King
 
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Larry J. Alderink, Pier Franco Beatrice, Dominique Briquel, Giovanni Casadio, Alison B Griffith, Charles Guittard, Petra Pakkanen, Jonathan Peste, Ennio Sanzi, Giulia Sfameni Gasparro, Einar Thomassen, Panayotis Pachis, Luther H. Martin
 
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Implicit Religion Vol 2 No. 1 (1999) Implicit Religion View
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Implicit Religion Vol 11 No. 3 (2008) Transcendence and Religion View
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