"Our unemployment rate is also nearly twice their rate.". And sending missionaries requires raising support, Rice University sociologist Michael Emerson said.
Other church leaders should be responsible for biblically encouraging more sacrificial giving." Michael Emerson, sociologist, Rice University. See comments Single Page. Page:1.
Centuries later, most evangelical Christians don't believe there still exists any race problems today, according to research by sociologists Christian Smith and Michael Emerson, in their
The university said "none of the allegations … were substantiated." An influential group of social scientists—including Michael Emerson, Christian Smith, and Rodney Stark—defended
Sociologists Christian Smith and Michael Emerson probe this issue in the excellent book Passing the Plate, but there's a lot more to know before we can effectively increase Christian
Michael Emerson, professor of sociology, Rice University. "It is in a pioneer stage. Ten years ago it was on the fringe; it's now becoming a topic of conversation.
More than one out of four American Protestants give away no money at all—"not even a token $5 per year," say sociologists Christian Smith, Michael Emerson, and Patricia Snell in a
"Traditionally, African Americans were driving back to the home church in the central city," said Michael Emerson, founding director of the Center on Race, Religion, and Urban Life at
Two of the three researchers, Christian Smith and Michael Emerson, were part of our October 2000 cover story on evangelicalism and race, and Smith's 2005 book on teen spirituality
As Michael Emerson and Christian Smith observe in Divided by Faith, the highly educated are less likely to express overt racism or prejudice—yet in North America, it is the university
In their study of race and American Christianity, Divided by Faith, Michael Emerson and Christian Smith observed that 90 percent of American churches are 90 percent composed of
In a research project funded by the Lilly Endowment, Yancey (with researchers Michael Emerson and Karen Chai) studied dynamics peculiar to multiracial congregations and identified
In 2001 Michael Emerson and Christian Smith showed in Divided by Faith how theology, history, and the structure of religious organizations divide US Christians along racial lines.
a category. Yet, white and black evangelicals are "divided by faith," as Michael Emerson and Christian Smith wrote in the book by the same title. We have
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An influential group of social scientists--including Michael Emerson, Christian Smith, Rodney Stark, W. Bradford Wilcox, and Bradley Wright--issued a public statement defending
Earlier this year, Oxford University Press released Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America by sociologists Michael Emerson and Christian Smith.
In June Christianity Today brought together five respected leaders from diverse backgrounds to discuss the findings reported in Michael Emerson and Christian Smith's Divided by Faith
Yet an influential group of social scientists--including Michael Emerson, Christian Smith, Rodney Stark, W. Bradford Wilcox, and Bradley Wright--issued a public statement defending
their ire. Divided by Rage. Michael Emerson, a sociology professor at Rice University in Houston, is worried about these types of reactions. On Tuesday