Science, Magic, and Religion: An Online Course

Via StumbleUpon, an old IO9 post came to my attention, highlighting a number of free online courses. One of them is a history class offered by UCLA on “Science, Magic, and Religion,” and the lectures are available on YouTube. Here is the first one:

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  • x x

    Have you listened to this lecture?

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      No, sorry, I haven’t. I just saw the source and subject, and shared it, at least in part to bookmark it for me to come back to. Why?

      • x x

        The title strikes me as a little odd — as if these three things are direct competitors. And I’ve never heard of the lecturer.