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From the Publisher"I like the author's approach. His first chapter is a good introduction to his fieldwork and establishes the reality of the phenomenon he wants to study. He also is quite good in discussing the problem of anthropological neutrality in looking at religion and his own engagement in the fieldwork process as part of coming to believe in the phenomenon."
"I see this book being used primarily in introductory level courses in cultural anthropology and religious studies and in intro to upper-level undergraduate courses in … science, magic, myth, and/or religion."
"The material is fascinating and the author has an engaging style."