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February 05 , 2010

Emerging Adulthood and Faith


Jonathan P. Hill is assistant professor of sociology at Calvin College. He is the author of several articles and book chapters on higher education and religious faith and coauthor of the book Young Catholic America: Emerging Adults In, Out of, and Gone from the Church (Oxford, 2014). He is also the director of the National Study of Religion and Human Origins, a project that explores the social context of beliefs about human origins. Is the Church losing the next generation of young people? Jonathan P. Hill critically examines this question, interpreting sociological data that takes into account the broader cultural and historical context. He challenges common assumptions and draws conclusions that are counterintuitive, complex, and encouraging. Calvin Shorts is a series for global Christians who want to understand our world. Each book examines a single topic, untangles misconceptions, and suggests ways to think and act in more faithful ways. Designed to be read in an evening or during a flight.

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