"Not since Mark Taylor's Critical Terms for Religious Studies (1998) has the study of religion had such a representative intellectual gathering and importantly critical representation of the field."
American Catholic Studies
"... an excellent addition to a college or university library that supports religious studies, cultural studies or social anthropology ..."
Christine Love-Rodgers, Reference Reviews
The Cambridge Companion to Religious Studies is both informative and provocative, introducing readers to key debates in the contemporary study of religion and suggesting future research possibilities. Written by a group of distinguished scholars, the volume's essays should prove valuable and interesting to scholars throughout the humanities and social sciences.