Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Index: Vol. 53:4, December 2001

Proceedings from the conference, Asking the Right Questions: Christian Faith and the Choice of Research Topic in the Natural and Applied Sciences, Sponsored by InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Christian Fellowship and Funded by The John Templeton Foundation, Mundelein, IL, October 13-15, 2000.

Miller, Roman J. "Why Publish these Proceedings?" 53:4, 219, D 2001.
Morrison, Terry. "Why Ask these Questions?" 53:4, 220, D 2001.

Session I: Does God Care About our Research?
Harper Jr., Charles. "How Does God Lead Us to Our Calling?" 53:4, 225, D 2001.
Suppe, John. "How Does God Guide Our Decisions?" 53:4, 221, D 2001.

Session II: What Are the Christian Foundations for Doing Science?
DeWitt, Calvin. "What Is the Role of Worship?" 53:4, 238, D 2001.
Morrison, Terry. "What Biblical Principles Are Essential?" 53:4, 236, D 2001.

Session III: What Is Historically Important to Consider?
Russell, Colin. "What Lessons from the Past Aid Our Choice?" 53:4, 241, D 2001.

Session IV: What Discipline Perspectives Guide Us?
Eden, J. Gary. "What Is the Perspective from Applied Science?" 53:4, 263, D 2001.
Hardin, Jeff. "What Is the Perspective from Bioscience?" 53:4, 248, D 2001.
Suppe, John. "What Is the Perspective from Physical Science?" 53:4, 258, D 2001.

Session V: What Areas Need Research?
Keister, Brad, Martin Price, Mark Foster, Brent Seales, and Calvin DeWitt. "What Are the Research Needs in Science?" 53:4, 270, D 2001.

Session VI: What Are Important Future Directions?
Anderson, Paul, Loren Haarsma, William Dembski, and Susan Drake Emmerich. "Where Do We Go from Here?" 53:4, 283, D 2001.

Morrison, Terry. "What Are the Major Themes of this Conference?" 53:4, 292, D 2001.