rt @ChristianCent Philip Jenkins's take on Grevel Lindop's biography of "The Third Inkling." https://t.co/P9LF50JBMS #bookreview
Baylor ISR - Byron R. Johnson- End of Religion? (May 5, 2015) https://t.co/C0ko00OeFz
new Byron Johnson study of the effects of social isolation on young people being treated for addiction @LSEUSAblog https://t.co/fPcXLc4sAr
Another possible benefit of going to church: A 33 percent chance of living longer - The Washington Post https://t.co/SH19Y7W7VQ
“Godless Lives?: Does Religion Matter for Our Well-Being?” – Jeff Levin https://t.co/NTGiIwBXwc
Philip Jenkins revisits the ethics of the atomic bomb https://t.co/YDPjVRoOrT @ABCReligion
Selfishly selfless: social anxiety, addiction and the benefits of service - Byron Johnson, Maria Pagano https://t.co/8DQAiTt5iA
Martin Luther King and the History of Religious Extremism https://t.co/Z1yyrs1Jmx Thomas Kidd at the Anxious Bench blog
Who do clergy turn to when they need emotional & spiritual support? @RoRcast https://t.co/fgm2maIoWw
New Thought https://t.co/99egTlh7EE Philip Jenkins at the Anxious Bench blog

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.