TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XL, Number 2 (Winter 2011)


CHARLES J. MILLER CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR'S AWARD

ARTICLES

  • Christopher Gehrz - Recovering a Pietist Understanding of Christian Higher Education: Carl H. Lundquist and Karl A. Olsson [Abstract]

  • David Lauber - “For the Sake of this One, God has Patience with the Many”: Czeslaw Milosz and Karl Barth on God’s Patience, the Incarnation, and the Possibility of Belief [Abstract]

  • David Rozema - Inside-out or Outside-in? Lewis and Dostoevsky on the “New Man” [Abstract]

REVIEW ESSAY

  • Amos Yong - Science and Religion: Introducing the Issues, Entering the Debates —A Review Essay [Abstract]

REVIEW AND RESPONSE

  • Christian Smith - “More Realism, Critically”—A Reply to James K. A. Smith’s “The (Re)Turn to the Person in Contemporary Theory” [Abstract]

  • James K. A. Smith - Natural Law’s Secularism?— A Response to Christian Smith [Abstract]

REVIEWS

  • James Davison Hunter, To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, & Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World
  • Reviewed by John Schmalzbauer, Religious Studies, Missouri State University

  • Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Natural Reflections: Human Cognition at the Nexus of Science and Religion
  • Reviewed by Sérgio P. da Silva, Psychology, Calvin College

  • Shirl James Hoffman, Good Game: Christianity and the Culture of Sports
  • Reviewed by Chris Abrams, Malone University

  • D. Stephen Long, Speaking of God: Theology, Language, and Truth
  • Reviewed by Frederick D. Aquino, Theology and Philosophy, Abilene Christian University

  • Michael J. Hyde, Perfection: Coming to Terms with Being Human
  • Reviewed by Craig E. Mattson, Communication Arts, Trinity Christian College

  • N. T. Wright, After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters
  • Reviewed by Michael J. Kallenberg, Lakewood, Colorado

  • Fay Botham, Almighty God Created the Races: Christianity, Marriage & American Law
  • Reviewed by Elesha Coffman, History, Waynesburg University

  • Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan, eds., Religion in American History
  • Reviewed by Matthew Hill, History, Gordon College

  • John C. Avise, Inside the Human Genome: A Case for Non-Intelligent Design
  • Reviewed by Michael Buratovich, Biochemistry, Spring Arbor University