Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Index: Vol. 52:2, June 2000

Miller, Roman J. "On Rocks, Questions, and Creations," 52:2, 79, J 2000.

Cook, Harry and Hank D. Bestman. "A Persistent View: Lamarckian Thought in Early Evolutionary Theories and in Modern Biology," 52:2, 86, J 2000.
Haas, J. W., Jr. "The Rev. Dr. William H. Dallinger F.R.S.: Early Advocate of Theistic Evolution and Foe of Spontaneous Generation," 52:2, 107, J 2000.
Rogland, Robert. "Pre-Programmed Descent with Modification: Functional Integrity, Intelligent Design, and Natural History," 52:2, 98, J 2000.

Beaver, Bruce. "Science, Sand, and Spirit," 52:2, 118, J 2000.
Lahti, David C. "One Spiritual Danger in Creationism: Drawing a Red Herring Across a Track," 52:2, 123, J 2000.

News & Views
Morton, Glenn R. "The Transformation of a Young-Earth Creationist," 52:2, 81, J 2000.
Newman, Robert C. "Lessons from the Kansas Decision," 52:2, 83, J 2000.
Roberts, Michael. "Was Darwin a Christian?" 52:2, 84, J 2000.

Book Reviews
Benner, David G. and Peter C. Hill, eds. Baker Encyclopedia of Psychology and Counseling, 2d ed., 52:2, 144, J 2000. (William M. Struthers)
Budziszewski, J. How to Stay Christian in College, 52:2, 135, J 2000. (Fraser F. Fleming)
Carnell, Corbin Scott. Bright Shadow of Reality: Spiritual Longing in C. S. Lewis, 52:2, 142, J 2000. (John M. Drake)
Coles, Robert. Secular Mind, 52:2, 145, J 2000. (Dennis W. Cheek)
Gleick, James. Faster: The Acceleration of Just About Everything, 52:2, 145, J 2000. (Dennis W. Cheek)
Henry, Granville C. Christianity and the Images of Science, 52:2, 129, J 2000. (Paul Fayter)
Jeeves, Malcolm A. and R. J. Berry. Science, Life, and Christian Belief: A Survey of Contemporary Issues, 52:2, 131, J 2000. (Eunjeong Lee)
Kaminer, Wendy. Sleeping With Extra-terrestrials, 52:2, 135, J 2000. (Richard Ruble)
Levitt, Norman. Prometheus Bedeviled: Science and the Contradictions of Contemporary Culture, 52:2, 141, J 2000. (Robert A. Campbell)
Livingstone, David N., D. G. Hart, and Mark A. Noll, eds. Evangelicals in Science in Historical Perspective, 52:2, 137, J 2000. (Gordon R. Lewthwaite)
Molnar, Michael R. The Star of Bethlehem: The Legacy of the Magi, 52:2, 138, J 2000. (Jan de Koning)
Nelson, P. G. Big Bang, Small Voice: Reconciling Genesis and Modern Science, 52:2, 132, J 2000. (J. David Holland)
Rae, Scott B. and Paul M. Cox. Bioethics: A Christian Approach in a Pluralistic Age, 52:2, 128, J 2000. (Martin LaBar)
Ruse, Michael. The Darwinian Revolution: Science Red in Tooth and Claw, 2d ed., 52:2, 136, J 2000. (Dennis W. Cheek)
Ruse, Michael. Mystery of Mysteries: Is Evolution a Social Construction? 52:2, 139, J 2000. (Dennis W. Cheek)
Seidel, Peter. Invisible Walls: Why We Ignore the Damage We Inflict on the Planet … and Ourselves, 52:2, 127, J 2000. (O. C. Karkalits)
Shapiro, Howard-Yana and John Harrisson. Gardening for the Future of the Earth, 52:2, 128, J 2000. (Richard Ruble)
Smout, Kary Doyle. The Creation/Evolution Controversy: A Battle for Cultural Power, 52:2, 140, J 2000. (Robert J.Schneider)
Southgate, Christopher, et al. God, Humanity, and the Cosmos: A Textbook in Science and Religion, 52:2, 133, J 2000. (Dennis W. Cheek)
Wells, G. A. The Jesus Myth, 52:2, 143, J 2000. (David K Probst)
Wilkinson, John. The Bible and Healing: A Medical and Theological Commentary, 52:2, 134, J 2000. (Edward M. Blight, Jr.)

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