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David C. Dollahite

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  • Receiving the Eternal September 28, 2016
  • David Dollahite is professor of family life at BYU, where he teaches classes and conducts research on the links between religion and family life. He has twice been an Eliza R. Snow University Fellow and has served as an associate director of the School of Family Life. His scholarship focuses on religion and family life in the Abrahamic faiths, Latter-day Saint family life, and faith and fathering.

    He is codirector with Dr. Loren Marks of the American Families of Faith Project, in which 201 Christian, Jewish, and Muslim families from 17 states have been interviewed. Findings from this ongoing project have resulted in more than 50 scholarly journal articles.

     

    David Dollahite is professor of family life at BYU, where he teaches classes and conducts research on the links between religion and family life. He has twice been an Eliza R. Snow University Fellow and has served as an associate director of the School of Family Life. His scholarship focuses on religion and family life in the Abrahamic faiths, Latter-day Saint family life, and faith and fathering.

    He is codirector with Dr. Loren Marks of the American Families of Faith Project, in which 201 Christian, Jewish, and Muslim families from 17 states have been interviewed. Findings from this ongoing project have resulted in more than 50 scholarly journal articles.

     

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