The unaffiliated believe the conflict about science and religion to be mostly “out there,” while Evangelicals mostly believe the conflict is an in-house affair. Read More >
Jonathan P. Hill is assistant professor of sociology at Calvin College. His scholarship is concerned with the relationship of religious pluralism to higher education institutional contexts, the religious faith and practice of emerging adults, and the influence of social and religious contexts on beliefs about human origins. He completed his doctoral work at the University of Notre Dame and joined the Calvin faculty in 2009. In 2013 he received Calvin’s Faculty Lectureship Award. He is coauthor of the book Young Catholic America: Emerging Adults In, Out of, and Gone from the Church (Oxford, 2014) and has a forthcoming book on emerging adult faith with Calvin College Press.
How does social context affect what Americans believe about science and religion, especially in regards to human origins? Read More >