Bonnie Poon Zahl

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    Bonnie Poon Zahl

Bonnie is a senior advisor at the University of Oxford, where she consults for Templeton World Charity Foundation on the development of programs broadly on the interface of science and religion. Bonnie graduated from Harvard and Cambridge, and has done empirical research on religious cognition with a focus on anger towards God from social cognitive perspectives. She has published research on people’s head and heart knowledge of God and contributed to a few books on psychology of religion (like this and this). She spends a lot of time thinking about and occasionally speaks and writes on psychology and Christianity, like this Mockingbird article. She is married to Simeon, and they live in England with their three children.