Ph.D Sociology, University of Washington, 2003
M.A. Sociology, University of Washington, 1999
M.A. Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, 1992
B.A. Russian, Grinnell College, 1990
Dr. Paul Froese is a Paul Froese a Professor of Sociology at Baylor University and the Director of the Baylor Religion Surveys. He is the author of three books, his most recent is On Purpose: How We Create the Meaning of Life (Oxford University Press). His research interests include the sociology of meaning, religion, comparative historical sociology, political sociology and ideology.
Christopher G Ellison, Benjamin Dowd-Arrow, Amy M Burdette, Pablo E Gonzalez, Margaret S Kelley, & Paul Froese. Forthcoming. "Peace through superior firepower: Belief in supernatural evil and attitudes toward gun policy in the United States."
Samuel Stroope, Paul Froese, Heather M. Rackin, & Jack Delehanty. Forthcoming. "Unchurched Christian Nationalism and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election"
Froese, Paul & Jones, Rory. 2021. "The Sociology of Prayer: Dimensions and Mechanisms" Social Sciences. 10(1): 15-32.
Samuel Stroope, Heather M. Rackin, an Paul Froese. 2021. "Christian Nationalism and Views of Immigrants in the United States: Is the Relationship Stronger for the Religiously Inactive?" Socius. 7(1): 1-14.
Liu, Y. & Froese P. 2020. "Faith and Agency: The Relationships Between Sense of Control, Socioeconomic Status, and Beliefs About God." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 59(2): 311-326.
Dr. Froese' Full Curriculum Vitae.