Thomas Kidd's latest book is Benjamin Franklin: The Religious Biography of a Founding Father - May 2017 @yalepress https://t.co/pog6bbFuuc
"Looking East in Christian History" Philip Jenkins lecture - Baylor ISR video https://t.co/XKK30zFjRp
Daniel Falk Lecture at #Baylor Feb. 21: "The Myth of the Dead Sea Scrolls" https://t.co/97MMDTayhI
Spreading the Faith: Moving Coins and Moving Communities - Philip Jenkins, @anxious_bench https://t.co/ITJ9KqloHV
What Trump can do to secure religious freedom | Thomas Farr, @thehill @RFInstitute https://t.co/3As6gCSRzH
What ‘Revival’ Really Means | Thomas Kidd, @TGC https://t.co/YmoFfDg8WV
When Religious Biography Is Not Hagiography: Woodrow Wilson https://t.co/oQTS8xmQjo @cgehrz @anxious_bench
Dr. Sarah Williams lecture at #Baylor today: “The Place of Popular Religion in the Age of Urbanization and Empire” https://t.co/235MkjpOT1
Paul Marshall Appointed to Serve as Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor https://t.co/4m5CHH5iBi
Mar. 16 at Baylor - Amir Hussain to speak on Muslims and the Making of America https://t.co/pRGQhQizg7 @Baylor_Press

Dougherty, Trent

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Trent Dougherty is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University, where he is also Fellow and Faculty Associate in the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion. Dr.  Dougherty’s education includes: (MA, Missouri, 2004, Jon Kvanvig Director) took up the Dean’s Fellowship at University of Rochester in the Fall of 2005 to work on his PhD with Rich Feldman and Earl Conee in Epistemology, Henry Kyburg in Probability Theory, and Ed Wierenga in Philosophy Of Religion.  He was previously Kline Chair Research Assistant at the University of Missouri (2001-2004) where he managed the Kline Workshops.

His main research interest is the normativity of rationality, especially the relationship between conceptions of epistemic rationality and pragmatic rationality.  This encompasses topics ranging from virtue epistemology to bayesian epistemology, especially the conceptual foundations.  The project is pursued along with parallel investigations into the semantics of probability and with an eye toward considering the rationality of religious and scientific beliefs.

Dr. Dougherty has published articles and book reviews in such journals as Religious Studies, Religious Studies Review, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, Philosophia Christi, The Review of Metaphysics, Faith and Philosophy, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Synthese, Southern Journal of Philosophy, European Journal of Philosophy, and the European Journal of Philosophy of Religion.  Academically, he most enjoys the interaction of presenting and commenting upon papers at conferences and by blogging.

His favorite activities—simpliciter—are doing anything outside—hiking, camping, climbing, biking, skiing, kayaking—with his wife, Sarah, and four kids: Fiona, Annabelle, John Paul “Jeep”, and Sam.  He regularly competes in triathlons, but likes mountain biking the best right now.  He has recently developed a passion for gardening and cooking what he gardens up.

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