The Sinner Finds Peace https://t.co/aV5cy8gKLU Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
#Baylor ISR's Thomas Kidd talks with @georgepwood about how to think Christianly about history, and Kidd's new two-… https://t.co/1lR1VSxdqs
#Baylor in Washington and @trinityforum hosting a conversation with @nytdavidbrooks May 28th in D.C. - registration… https://t.co/4p84Wz4jFh
The Jewish Roots of Christianity conference, at @BeesonDivinity Sept. 24-25 https://t.co/NEmTwncubc
The Necessity of Religious Freedom https://t.co/DLPSdV00Jw ISR's @profyancey
Rethinking the History of Religious Freedom - Robert Louis Wilken @yalepress https://t.co/CIJTNlu34I
Thomas Kidd on The Age of Jackson podcast, on his new American History textbook from @BHAcademic @AgeofJacksonPodhttps://t.co/tgzGaFor6B
.@TruettSeminary National Preaching Conference Nov. 19-21 https://t.co/NrYtYgzGRA feat. @BethMooreLPM @drtonyevans and more @Baylor
How to Help Teens Develop Patience @DrSchnitker @parentandteen https://t.co/mFk56ld9hc

Woodberry, Robert

WithBookshelfResearch Associate Professor
Baylor University Institute for Studies of Religion

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Robert D. Woodberry is director of the Project on Religion and Economic Change and a senior research professor at Baylor University. Most of his research uses comparative historical and statistical methods to analyze the long-term social impact of missions and religious change on societies around the world. However, he also studies optimal ways to measure and sample religious groups on surveys. His research appears in the American Sociological Review, Annual Review of Sociology, American Political Science Review and elsewhere, and has won fifteen academic awards – including the Luebbert Award for Best Article in Comparative Politics (2013) from the American Political Science Association, and the Best Article in Global and Transnational Sociology (2014) from the American Sociological Association.