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Professor Bryan Wilson (1926-2004), a sociologist at Oxford and former president of ISSR (International Society for the Sociology of Religion), devoted his professional life to research into religion and its role in contemporary society. This series of conversations includes discussions of the origins of religious sentiment in people as well as how it takes form in society, and the spiritual, moral and political impact religion has on our personal lives. Their stimulating discourses on medicine and its relation to religion are of great interest in light of the recent discoveries of the close connection between mental and physical health.