“In this work of broad scholarly foundations, Robert Fuller demonstrates that an emphasis on religion’s ultimate grounding in human embodiment-in our genetic dispositions, the electro-chemical activity of our brains, our sexual impulses, and our experience of the body in sickness and health-need not reduce human piety to a meaningless or merely functional by-product of human evolution. To the contrary, this fundamental principle provides Fuller with a context in which to explore in depth the dispositions and as they shape our experiences of the world and ourselves in turn. Also, for those unfamiliar with the diverse literatures on which Fuller draws or the individual biographies that punctuate his exposition, this book provides an unparalleled and highly readable introduction.”
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