Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Index: June 2005


Buratovich, Michael. “The Serial Endosymbiosis Theory: Cellular Origins and Intelligent Design Theory,” 57:2, 98, J 2005.

Phillips, Perry G. “The Thrice-Supported Big Bang,” 57:2, 82, J 2005.

Book Reviews

Bander, Bruce. Love That Works: The Art and Science of Giving, 57:2, 163, J 2005. (Stan Hatkoff)

Bouma-Prediger, Steven. For the Beauty of the Earth: A Christian Vision for Creation Care, 57:2, 149, J 2005. (H. Newton Malony)

Browning, Don S. and Terry D. Cooper. Religious Thought and the Modern Psychologies (2d ed.), 57:2, 164, J 2005. (H. Newton Malony)

Byl, John. God and Cosmos: A Christian View of Time, Space and the Universe, 57:2, 151, J 2005. (Stan Hatkoff)

Clayton, Philip and Arthur Peacocke, eds. In Whom We Live and Have Our Being: Panentheistic Reflections on God’s Presence in a Scientific World, 57:2, 154, J 2005. (H. Newton Malony)

Coleman, Simon and Leslie Carlin, eds. The Cultures of Creationism: Anti-Evolutionism in English-Speaking Countries, 57:2, 162, J 2005. (John W. Haas, Jr.)

Colson, Charles W. and Nigel M. de S. Cameron, eds. Human Dignity in the Biotech Century, 57:2, 150, J 2005. (H. Newton Malony)

Davies, Paul. The Cosmic Blueprint, 57:2, 156, J 2005. (John W. Burgeson)

Ecker, Richard E. The Image of God and the Biology of Adam: A New Look at the Theology and Natural History of Our Beginnings, 57:2, 147, J 2005. (Ken Mickleson)

Ellens, J. Harold and Wayne G. Rollins, eds. Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures, 57:2, 163, J 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Forrest, Barbara and Paul R. Gross. Creationism’s Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design, 57:2, 157, J 2005. (Allan H. Harvey)

Geisler, Norman L. and Frank Turek. I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, 57:2, 159, J 2005. (Imad Libbus)

Gibson, Shimon. The Cave of John the Baptist: The Stunning Archaeological Discovery That Has Redefined Christian History, 57:2, 147, J 2005. (David Condron)

Kurtz, Paul, ed. Science and Religion: Are They Compatible? 57:2, 150, J 2005. (Oskar Gruenwald)

Ludemann, Gerd. The Resurrection of Christ: A Historical Inquiry, 57:2, 161, J 2005. (Richard Ruble)

McDougall, Dorothy C. The Cosmos as the Primary Sacrament: The Horizon for an Ecological Sacramental Theology, 57:2, 147, J 2005. (David Condron)

McGrath, Alister. Dawkins' God: Genes, Memes, and the Meaning of Life, 57:2, 152, J 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Muncaster, Ralph O. Dismantling Evolution: Building the Case for Intelligent Design, 57:2, 153, J 2005. (O. C. Karkalits)

Nichols, Terrence. The Sacred Cosmos: Christian Faith and the Challenge of Naturalism, 57:2, 151, J 2005. (Fraser F. Fleming)

Primavesi, Anne. Gaia’s Gift: Earth, Ourselves, and God After Copernicus, 57:2, 148, J 2005. (Charles B. Koons)

Reagan, Michael, ed. Reflections on the Nature of God, 57:2, 153, J 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Sire, James W. The Universe Next Door: A Basic Worldview Catalog, 57:2, 159, J 2005. (J. W. Haas, Jr.)

Towne, Margaret Gray. Honest to Genesis: A Biblical and Scientific Challenge to Creationism, 57:2, 155, J 2005. (KNP Mickleson)

Towne, Margaret Gray. Honest to Genesis: A Biblical and Scientific Challenge to Creationism, 57:2, 155, J 2005. (Terry Bartholomew)

van Inwagen, Peter, ed. Christian Faith and the Problem of Evil, 57:2, 158, J 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Vining, Joseph. The Song Sparrow and the Child: Claims of Science and Humanity, 57:2, 164, J 2005. (David M. Condron)

Wallace, Stan W., ed. Does God Exist? The Craig-Flew Debate, 57:2, 157, J 2005. (Paul Copan)

Weightman, Gavin. Signor Marconi’s Magic Box, 57:2, 153, J 2005. (John W. Burgeson)

White, James R. Scripture Alone: Exploring the Bible’s Accuracy, Authority, and Authenticity, 57:2, 160, J 2005. (J. W. Haas, Jr.)

Wolterstorff; Nicholas, ed. Educating for Shalom: Essays on Christian Higher Education, 57:2, 161, J 2005. (H. Newton Malony)


Carter, Ben M. “Richard Dawkins and the Infected Mind,” 57:2, 120, J 2005.

Seybold, Kevin S. “The Untidiness of Integration: John Stapylton Habgood,” 57:2, 114, J 2005.


Miller, Roman. “When Sickness Comes … and Goes,” 57:2, 81, J 2005.


Goetz, James E. “Natural History in Seventy Words: A Contribution to the Cosmology Dialogue,” 57:2, 166, J 2005.

Malony, H. Newton. “Copernicus Clarified,” (PSCF 56, no. 4 [2004]: 299–300), 57:2, 167, J 2005.

Shane, Victor. “Energy Conservation: Reflections on the Pitts/Gentry Dialogue,” (PSCF 56, no. 4 [2004]: 260–84), 57:2, 165, J 2005.

Siemens, Jr., David F. “Is Carter’s Critique Relevant?” (PSCF 57, no. 1 [2005]: 77; PSCF 56, no. 4 [2004]: 309), 57:2, 167, J 2005.

Trenn, Thaddeus J. “Three Dialogues: A Gentle Connecting Rejoinder,” (PSCF 56, no. 4 [2004]: 275, 286–91, 292–5, 296–8), 57:2, 166, J 2005.

News & Views

Blodgett, Arlan. “Results of a Survey of Archaeologists on the Biblical Flood,” 57:2, 128, J 2005.

Frair, Wayne. “Challenge of the Tangles: Re-evaluating Concepts of Life’s Origins,” 57:2, 131, J 2005.

Morton, Glenn. “The World’s Oil Supply Revisited,” 57:2, 129, J 2005.

Woodburn, John H. “Life, the Ultimate Challenge,” 57:2, 126, J 2005.

Student and Early Career Scientists Corner

Brown, Andrew J. “The Relevance of Augustine’s View of Creation Re-evaluated,” 57:2, 134, J 2005.