Christianity and the American Founding: Bad Religion? | Thomas Kidd, TGC https://t.co/rWgtHl0tVB
"Companions in Hope: Why Community is Good but Friendship is Better" @BaylorIFL event Sept. 2 https://t.co/f4G4VDymos
Ann Killebrew Lecture Sept. 14 at #Baylor: "The Emergence of Israel in Bible and Archaeology" https://t.co/zatywtgHVG
The Place Called Dagon https://t.co/9zwCBYU8bY Philip Jenkins at the Anxious Bench blog
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education | #Baylor's Elesha Coffman, Christianity Today https://t.co/wyER2ao2nC
"Harry Potter's Magic" by Alan Jacobs | First Things https://t.co/3SU0fqkC4I
Grant Wacker lecture at #Baylor Sept. 27 "Billy Graham and American Political Culture" https://t.co/3hKH3SWDFI
A message from Francis J. Beckwith @fbeckwith | University of Colorado Boulder https://t.co/XVvWicfRVi
Dr. Francis Russell Hittinger speaks on "The Problem of Social Justice: A Catholic Approach" - Sept. 1 at #Baylor https://t.co/3A6GOMwZw6
Do We Really Need Influential Christian Intellectuals? |Thomas Kidd, TGC https://t.co/1B0mDK2AEN

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.