Soil and soul: Our Protestant agrarian past | Kevin Lowe, The Christian Century http://t.co/8lw5i0EBWp
Lawyer defending Chinese churches kidnapped the day before he was scheduled to meet with a US ambassador http://t.co/OKs7HjUHO9 @ctmagazine
TONIGHT - Robert P. George (Princeton) lecture at #Baylor http://t.co/B2gUUXjQR2
Judge orders defiant Kentucky clerk to jail in gay marriage case: http://t.co/mD2sQGR1ds
Robert P. George lecture at #Baylor - Sept. 3 http://t.co/B2gUUXjQR2 "The State of International Religious Freedom"
U.S. Catholics Open to Non-Traditional Families | Pew Research Center http://t.co/dMPnaMWyp5
How to Write an Excellent Statement of Purpose for Graduate Applications http://t.co/cZhJhMBj02 Thomas Kidd at the Anxious Bench blog
Fragments of 'world's oldest known Koran' unlikely to pre-date Prophet Mohamed, says expert - The Independent http://t.co/wa85qvgnGL
Seven Ways Religious Freedom Contributes to Sustainable Development - @brianjgrim http://t.co/Ckj38g2mPL
49% of Kentuckians identify as evangelical Protestants, among highest of any state: http://t.co/e1hBoQltOt @PewReligion

Young-Il Kim

ISR Research Assistant Professor

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Young-Il Kim is Research Assistant Professor at the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion (ISR). He earned his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Virginia in 2010 and finished his postdoctoral fellowship at ISR in 2014. Kim’s research interests revolve around family, religion, voluntary associations, and prosocial behavior. He has published articles on these topics in Social Science Research, Social Science Quarterly, Sociological Focus, and Review of Religious Research. Kim’s current research examines the intersection of these fields, including marital investments and community generosity, religion and volunteering, and effects of marital transitions on changes in volunteering.