Bradley Wright ISR lecture "Studying Spirituality as Both a Trait and a State" https://t.co/eBzNSykvfu
From damage to discovery via virtual unwrapping: Reading the scroll from En-Gedi | Science Advances https://t.co/aiVKWE1FMY
The 1970s and the Revenge of God https://t.co/tGjnxBKJdQ Philip Jenkins, Anxious Bench blog
Technology reveals contents of ancient burned scroll: earliest-known example of biblical text in standardized form. https://t.co/T8a2NK0gpI
Terrorism With the Religion Taken Out | Philip Jenkins, The American Conservative https://t.co/2e66PrUHAI
Burning Witches in Medieval Europe? https://t.co/cuWTYNuqe1 @bethallisonbarr at the @anxious_bench
Barry G. Hankins: Odious Trump-Clinton matchup recalls neighboring state’s worst cesspool politics https://t.co/E4RcA59qfC
America Without Faith https://t.co/QooEP6hkOy Republican Study Committee cites Baylor ISR research
Laura Olson on Attitudes towards Religious Free Exercise in Public Schools @RoRcast https://t.co/rFOtficjvU
Five Great Books on The Enlightenment in America | Thomas Kidd, TGC https://t.co/JyeCDa0BFH

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. He earned his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Virginia. His research focuses on the ways in which the family and voluntary associations promote (or inhibit) generosity and social solidarity. His work has been published in Social Science Research, Social Science Quarterly, Sociological Perspectives, Sociological Focus, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, and Review of Religious Research. Some of the current research projects include: (1) religious homogamy and social insularity; (2) religion and volunteering among married couples; (3) character development of Cub Scouts; and (4) a randomized control trial of the effectiveness of TYRO Dads, a fatherhood program of the RIDGE Project.  When not working, he muses about how to be a better dad.