Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Index: September 2005


Bergman, Jerry. “The History of the Dodo Bird and the Cause of Its Extinction,” 57:3, 221, S 2005.

Bouma III, Hessel. “Challenges & Lessons from the Terri Schiavo Case,” 57:3, 212, S 2005.

Isaac, Randy. “From Gaps to God,” 57:3, 230, S 2005.

Jeeves, Malcolm. “Neuroscience, Evolutionary Psychology, and the Image of God,” 57:3, 170, S 2005.

Jones, D. Gareth. “Genetic Prospects: Finding a Balance between Choice and Acceptance,” 57:3, 202, S 2005.

Rüst, Peter. “Dimensions of the Human Being and of Divine Action,” 57:3, 191, S 2005.

Siemens, Jr., David F. “Neuroscience, Theology, and Unintended Consequences,” 57:3, 187, S 2005.

Tanzella-Nitti, G. “The Two Books Prior to the Scientific Revolution,” 57:3, 235, S 2005.

Book Reviews

Barber, Nigel. Kindness in a Cruel World, 57:3, 262, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Boa, Kenneth. Augustine to Freud: What Theologians Tell Us about Human Nature (And Why It Matters), 57:3, 262, S 2005. (Robert Rogland)

Bryson, Bill. A Short History of Nearly Everything, 57:3, 253, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Davies, Douglas J. A Brief History of Death, 57:3, 260, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Egan, Hope. Holy Cow: Does God Care What We Eat? 57:3, 252, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Falk, Darrel R. Coming to Peace with Science, 57:3, 250, S 2005. (Joseph H. Lechner)

Freeman, Charles. The Closing of the Western Mind: The Rise of Faith and the Fall of Reason, 57:3, 258, S 2005. (Ken Mickleson)

Guillen, Michael. Can a Smart Person Believe in God? 57:3, 259, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Hellyer, Marcus. Catholic Physics: Jesuit Natural Philosophy in Early Modern Germany, 57:3, 254, S 2005. (Robert Rogland)

Lightman, Alan. A Sense of the Mysterious: Science and the Human Spirit, 57:3, 251, S 2005. (Moorad Alexanian)

McGrath, Alister E. The Science of God: An Introduction to Scientific Theology, 57:3, 257, S 2005. (Fraser F. Fleming)

O’Leary, Denyse. By Design or by Chance? 57:3, 255, S 2005. (George L. Murphy)

Peters, Ted and Martinez Hewlett. Evolution from Creation to New Creation: Conflict, Conversation, and Convergence, 57:3, 256, S 2005. (George L. Murphy)

Pojman, Louis P., ed. The Moral Life: An Introductory Reader in Ethics and Literature, 57:3, 249, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Post, S. G. Human Nature and the Freedom of Public Religious Expression, 57:3, 260, S 2005. (Todd K. Pedlar)

Reagan, Michael, ed. Inside the Mind of God: Images and Words of Inner Space, 57:3, 255, S 2005. (Richard Ruble)

Silverman, Kenneth. Lightning Man: The Accursed Life of Samuel F. B. Morse, 57:3, 253, S 2005. (John W. Burgeson)

Sire, James W. Naming the Elephant: Worldview as a Concept, 57:3, 259, S 2005. (O. C. Karkalits)

Stannard, Russell. Science and the Renewal of Belief, 57:3, 251, S 2005. (Mark A. Strand)

Strobel, Lee. The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God, 57:3, 249, S 2005. (J. David Holland)

Wilcox, David L. God and Evolution: A Faith-based Understanding, 57:3, 257, S 2005. (Michael A. Vincent)


Miller, Roman. “Creative Barn Building,” 57:3, 169, S 2005.


Siemens, Jr., David F. “Why Tie ID to Endosymbiosis?” (PSCF 57, no. 2 [June 2005]: 98–113), 57:3, 263, S 2005.