Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith Index: September 2007


Art Eyes Science

Wedemeyer, Dorothy M. “I Think He Made Zebras by Hand,” 59:2, 212, S 2007.



Funk, Ken. “Thinking Critically and Christianly About Technology,” 59:2, 201, S 2007.

Kaiser, Christopher B. “Science-Fostering Belief—Then and Now,” 59:2, 171, S 2007.

Rüst, Peter. “Early Humans, Adam, and Inspiration,” 59:2, 182, S 2007.

Siemens, Jr., David F. “Extended Humpty Dumpty Semantics and Genesis 1,” 59:2, 194, S 2007.


Book Reviews

Balmer, Randall. Thy Kingdom Come: How the Religious Right Distorts the Faith and Threatens America, 59:3, 240, S 2007. (Allan H. Harvey)

Buell, Denise Kimber. Why this New Race: Ethnic Reasoning in Early Christianity, 59:3, 245, S 2007. (Guy Lancaster)

Bull, Brian, Fritz Guy, and Ervin Taylor, eds. Understanding Genesis: Contemporary Adventist Perspectives, 59:3, 234, S 2007. (Sean M. Cordry)

Cahill, Thomas. Mysteries of the Middle Ages: The Rise of Feminism, Science, and the Arts from the Cults of Catholic Europe, 59:3, 231, S 2007. (Donald A. Yerxa)

Chesterton, G. K. The Well and the Shallows, 59:3, 242, S 2007. (Richard Ruble)

Coleman, Richard J. Eden’s Garden: Rethinking Sin and Evil in an Era of Scientific Promise, 59:3, 230, S 2007. (Christopher J. Barden)

Cooper, John W. Panentheism: The Other God of the Philosophers—From Plato to the Present, 59:3, 237, S 2007. (John W. Haas, Jr.)

Davies, Paul. Cosmic Jackpot: Why Our Universe Is Just Right for Life, 59:3, 234, S 2007. (Donald Nield)

Dembski, William, ed. Darwin’s Nemesis: Phillip Johnson and the Intelligent Design Movement, 59:3, 233, S 2007. (Mark Koonz)

Ekelund, Jr., Robert B., Robert F. Hébert, and Robert D. Tollison The Marketplace of Christianity, 59:3, 244, S 2007. (Dennis W. Cheek)

Giberson, Karl and Mariano Artigas. Oracles of Science: Celebrity Scientists Versus God and Religion, 59:3, 231, S 2007. (Dennis W. Cheek)

Howard, Thomas. The Night Is Far Spent, 59:3, 241, S 2007. (Richard Ruble)

Kitcher, Philip. Living with Darwin: Evolution, Design, and the Future of Faith, 59:3, 235, S 2007. (Donald Nield)

Klassen, Norman and Jens Zimmerman. The Passionate Intellect: Incarnational Humanism and the Future of University Education, 59:3, 238, S 2007. (David W. Opderbeck)

Licona, Michael R. Paul Meets Muhammad: A Christian-Muslim Debate on the Resurrection, 59:3, 243, S 2007. (Lisa Cutforth-Anderson)

Lindley, David. Uncertainty: Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr, and the Struggle for the Soul of Science, 59:3, 236, S 2007. (Thomas W. Woolley)

McGrath, Alister. Doubting: Growing through the Uncertainties of Faith, 59:3, 243, S 2007. (J. David Holland)

McGrath, Alister E. The Order of Things: Explorations in Scientific Theology, 59:3, 236, S 2007. (James Behnke)

McIntyre, Lee. Dark Ages: The Case for a Science of Human Behavior, 59:3, 246, S 2007. (Michael Young)

McKee, Bill. Jacob’s Mirror: A Reconciliation of Science and Religion, 59:3, 229, S 2007. (Paul R. Bruggink)

McNamara, Patrick, ed. Where God and Science Meet: How Brain and Evolutionary Studies Alter Our Understanding of Religion, 59:3, 244, S 2007. (Dennis W. Cheek)

Pearse, Meic. The Age of Reason, 59:3, 242, S 2007. (Clarke Morledge)

Schaeffer, Francis A. Escape from Reason: A Penetrating Analysis of Trends in Modern Thought, 59:3, 239, S 2007. (Steve Bishop)

Scientific American. Evolution: A Scientific American Reader, 59:3, 232, S 2007. (Dennis W. Cheek)

Shults, F. LeRon, ed. The Evolution of Rationality: Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of J. Wentzel Van Huyssteen, 59:3, 239, S 2007. (Thomas D. Pearson)

Stannard, Russell, ed. God for the 21st Century, 59:3, 229, S 2007. (Mark Koonz)

Thomas, R. Murray. Religion in Schools: Controversies around the World, 59:3, 241, S 2007. (Donna Bowman)

Wicker, Benjamin and Jonathan Witt. A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature, 59:3, 232, S 2007. (Fraser F. Fleming)


Buratovich, Michael. “The Origin of Eukaryotic Cells,” 59:2, 219, S 2007.

Korstad, John. “Stewardship of an Aquatic Habitat on the Campus of Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma,” 59:2, 224, S 2007.

Poe, Harry Lee and Chelsea Rose Mytyk. “From Scientific Method to Methodological Naturalism: The Evolution of an Idea,” 59:2, 213, S 2007.

Rogland, Robert. “Residual Radiocarbon in an Old-Earth Scenario,” 59:2, 226, S 2007.


Miller, Roman. “The Elusive Virtue, Gelassenheit, and Feet Washing,” 59:3, 169, S 2007.


Campbell, David. “Amplification on Two Evolutionary Claims: A Response to Pattle Pun” (PSCF 59, no. 2 [June 2007]: 102–9), 59:3, 246, S 2007.

Hafner, Fred H. “What the “Big Bang” Really Was!” (PSCF 57, no. 2 [June 2005]: 82–96), 59:3, 247, S 2007.