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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Terminology Until fairly recently, the comparative lack of a critical engagement with the terms religion, ritual, and ideology in archaeology has meant that discussion and&nbsp;exploration of these concepts has resulted in a number of variable understandings and treatments. It is&nbsp;therefore worthwhile to briefly explore the archaeological appropriation of these oftentimes problematic&nbsp;concepts.\n \nReligion\n \nReligion is not a term that is extensively employed in the archaeological literature. Indeed, it is somewhat&nbsp;avoided, particularly by prehistorians who have&nbsp;eschewed this term in favor of ritual (see below), or&nbsp;avoided it altogether. Its origins as a term within&nbsp;Christian dialogue, its very definition and analysis&nbsp;from the situated perspective of secular modernity,&nbsp;and its position within the typological evolutionary&nbsp;constructs of anthropological scholarship have all&nbsp;served to make religion somewhat problematic for&nbsp;archaeologists ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Terminology Until fairly recently, the comparative lack of a critical engagement with the terms religion, ritual, and ideology in archaeology has meant that discussion and&nbsp;exploration of these concepts has resulted in a number of variable understandings and treatments. It is&nbsp;therefore worthwhile to briefly explore the archaeological appropriation of these oftentimes problematic&nbsp;concepts.\n \nReligion\n \nReligion is not a term that is extensively employed in the archaeological literature. Indeed, it is somewhat&nbsp;avoided, particularly by prehistorians who have&nbsp;eschewed this term in favor of ritual (see below), or&nbsp;avoided it altogether. Its origins as a term within&nbsp;Christian dialogue, its very definition and analysis&nbsp;from the situated perspective of secular modernity,&nbsp;and its position within the typological evolutionary&nbsp;constructs of anthropological scholarship have all&nbsp;served to make religion somewhat problematic for&nbsp;archaeologists ') AND id != 89358 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 06:04:39' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5