TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLII, Number 2 (Winter 2013)


CHARLES J. MILLER CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR'S AWARD

ARTICLES

  • Miguel A. Endara - Natural Law, Sexual Anthropology, and Sexual Licitness [Abstract]

  • Tobias Alecio Mattei - Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology Insights into the Classical Theological Debate about Free Will and Responsibility [Abstract]

  • Martin Spence - John Foster and the Integration of Faith and Learning [Abstract]

REVIEW ESSAY

  • Amos Yong - Whence and Whither in Evangelical Higher Education? Dispatches from a Shifting Frontier—A Review Essay [Abstract]

REVIEW AND RESPONSE

  • Jacob L. Goodson and Quinn T. McDowell - The Church for the World—A Review Essay [Abstract]
  • Jennifer M. McBride - Response to Review of The Church for the World [Abstract]

REVIEWS

  • Alexei Nesteruk, The Universe as Communion: Towards a Neo-Patristic Synthesis of Theology and Science
  • Reviewed by Shaun C. Henson, Theology and Religion, University of Oxford

  • Craig S. Keener, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts
  • Reviewed by Louis Markos, English, Houston Baptist University

  • Ross Douthat, Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics
  • Reviewed by Edward C. Polson, Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice,
    Messiah College

  • Charles Taliaferro and Jil Evans, The Image in Mind: Theism, Naturalism and the Imagination
  • Reviewed by David A. Hoekema, Philosophy, Calvin College

  • Robert Sirico, Defending the Free Market: The Moral Case for a Free Economy
  • Reviewed by Tom Lehman, Economics, Indiana Wesleyan University

  • Charles E. Farhadian, ed., Introducing World Christianity
  • Reviewed by George F. Pickens, Theology and Mission, Messiah College
  • Amanda Rose, Showdown in the Sonoran Desert: Religion, Law, and the Immigration Controversy
  • Reviewed by Carl A. Ruby, Student Life, Cedarville University
  • Caroline J. Simon, Bringing Sex into Focus: The Quest for Sexual Integrity
  • Reviewed by Benjamin B. DeVan, Ethics and Theology, Durham University