The Coptic Christian Tradition Workshop, Feb. 6 at Baylor, featuring presentations from Philip Jenkins, Paul Dilley… https://t.co/sXcODHp6U3
The Danger of Politicized Pastors https://t.co/Cn89nrdZo2 Thomas Kidd @TGC
Bad (Though Not Entirely Bad) Pro-Life Arguments https://t.co/TjjSn9eK3I @fbeckwith via @PublicDiscourse @WitherspoonInst
Coming on Thursday - @JemarTisby lecture at @Baylor - "How to Fight Racism" - register here to attend! https://t.co/R2vSn8oHG6
After 24 Years, Robert Alter Completes 3,000-Page Translation Of The Hebrew Bible https://t.co/NUj7mLMkQt @NPR
RFI Report Highlights the Critical Need for Decisive Action to Provide Security and Support for Religious Minority… https://t.co/BlcjWdjbs4
How high is your constitutional IQ? https://t.co/9zSo4SXs8q Philip Jenkins, @spectator
Remembering Gary Knoppers (1956-2018) https://t.co/awymHBTBlc Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang
Missionaries from the global south try to save the godless West https://t.co/RmuC3wZiyl via @TheEconomist
One week from today: @JemarTisby lecture at @Baylor - "How to Fight Racism" https://t.co/R2vSn8oHG6 #ColorofCompromise

Cranney, Stephen

Cranney 2016ISR Non-Resident Research Fellow
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Stephen Cranney worked as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Institute for the Studies of Religion at Baylor University from August 2015 to 2018, and is currently a statistician in the Census Bureau’s Education and Social Stratification Branch. He earned a dual-PhD in sociology and demography, and a MA in demography at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in political science at Brigham Young University. He has a variety of research interests including education, gender, fertility intentions, sexuality, and the social psychology of religion. He is married with four sons eight and under.

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