Greetings, I'll be studying anthropology of religion as part of an International Relations curriculum starting next week. What articles can you recommend me that will apologetically engage the main topics that anthropology of religion will teach, especially those topics that will criticize biblical teachings. I was informed that there is a student system in which students will be "communicating" (that is, debating) their points of view of the topics that will be taught in that class. I could be overwhelmed with the amount of critiques and not be able to engage all of them, so I welcome any support from Puritan Board's community in order to refute them. P.S.: I have been very satisfied with the support of the Puritan Board's community. It certainly helped me out a lot on my other posts. I have bought Apologetics to the Glory of God (the Brazilian translation of it) to help me out in general terms.