Now in paperback!
Cognitive science of religion is a radically new paradigm in the study of religion. Historians of religion have shown increasing interest in this approach. The book is in four parts: an introduction to cognitive and social-scientific approaches, applications of cognitive science, applications of conceptual blending theory, and applications of socio-cognitive analyses.
- Paperback format of an essential Brill resource
- Essays that combine cognitive analysis with historical and social-scientific approaches to biblical materials, Christian origins, and early Judaism
- Research for historians of religion, biblical scholars, and those working in the cognitive science of religion.
Petri Luomanen is an Academy Research Fellow at the University of Helsinki. He has published widely on the Gospel of Matthew, early Jewish Christianity and second-century Christianity.
Ilkka Pyysiäinen is an Academy Research Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. He has published widely in the cognitive science of religion.
Risto Uro is University Lecturer of New Testament Studies at the University of Helsinki. He has published widely on early Christianity and Gnosticism.