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The Belief in the Supernatural and its Functionality in Society, Included are Various Theorists' Views and How Their Work Has Influenced Behaviour Today.

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The Belief in the Supernatural and its Functionality in Society, Included are Various Theorists' Views and How Their Work Has Influenced Behaviour Today.
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Religion Humanities Anthropology Anthropology of religion Sociology of religion Religious studies Theories about religions Émile Durkheim Ritual Witchcraft Magic and religion Culture James George Liam D Murphy Sharon
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Religion Humanities Anthropology Anthropology of religion Sociology of religion Religious studies Theories about religions Émile Durkheim Ritual Witchcraft Magic and religion Culture James George Liam D Murphy Sharon
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However, one particular topic that has been the most interesting for me is the debatable topic of science vs. the supernatural. It was when I first sat down and read the required readings on this topic (Are Children Intuitive Theists And The Coexistence of Natural and Supernatural Explanations) that questions started to flood my mind, and it made me more curious about the topic in hand. However, there was a more important element that was of particular interest to me; whether my current views and/or beliefs would likely change after the study of the topic was over. Science has always been an interest of mine, however having been raised in a religious home, the questions that had always sparked a curiosity for me, seemed to be answered by religion. It has only been in the last couple of years that I have seemingly turned away from religion and...
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