Book Openers: Robert Bellah on Religion and Evolution

From Harvard University Press, an intriguing book by noted sociologist Robert Bellah entitled Religion in Human Evolution. Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy. It’s 600 pages; that should keep me busy. It did Bellah. The book was more than a decade in the making, I hear.  Almost as long as it’s taking me to get Finding Holy off my desk.

For more about Bellah’s book, check out this Atlantic Monthly piece.


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