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(The author) has attained what few ever do ... Davies' work provides a fascinating encounter with another frame of thinking. (Borderlands)

This is a rewarding, but not a casual, conversation. I recommend investing time in it. (Church Times)

A series of thoughtful papers that explore theological subjects from an anthropological perspective ... This is an excellent source to look for fresh ideas on notions such as salvation, sacrifice, merit, and sacrament. Highly recommended. (International Review of Biblical Studies)

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Douglas Davies is Professor in the Study of Religion, at University of Durham.

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