Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLIII, Number 2 (Winter 2014)



  • Henry H. Kim - How the Model Minority Thesis Became a Transcendent Meaning [Abstract]

  • Kevin D. Miller - Reframing the Faith-Learning Relationship: Bonhoeffer and an Incarnational Alternative to the
    Integration Model

  • Stephen Moroney - Where Faith and Learning Intersect: Re-Mapping the Contemporary Terrain [Abstract]
  • Keith D. Wyma - When and How Should We Respond to Unjust Laws? A Thomistic Analysis of Civil Disobedience [Abstract]


  • Eric Miller - Every Good and Perfect Gift: Sport and Society in the Twenty-first Century—A Review Essay [Abstract]


  • James K. A. Smith, Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works
  • Reviewed by Tawa J. Anderson, Philosophy, Oklahoma Baptist University

  • Michael J. Dodds, Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science and Thomas Aquinas
  • Reviewed by Thomas Jay Oord, Theology and Philosophy, Northwest Nazarene University

  • John Feehan, The Singing Heart of the World: Creation, Evolution, and Faith
  • Reviewed by Michael Buratovich, Biochemistry, Spring Arbor University

  • Cynthia Crysdael and Neil Ormerod, Creator God, Evolving World
  • Reviewed by Brian Glenney, Philosophy, Gordon College

  • Vern Sheridan Poythress, Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought
  • Reviewed by James E. Bruce, Religion & Philosophy, John Brown University

  • Cary Balzer and Rod Reed, editors, Building a Culture of Faith: University-Wide Partnerships for Spiritual Formation
  • Reviewed by Timothy J. Peck, Director of Chapel Programs and Lecturer, Azusa Pacific University
  • David McKenna, Christ Centered Higher Education: Memory, Meaning, and Momentum for the Twenty-First Century
  • Reviewed by Kimberly Carmichael Thornbury, Senior Vice President for Student Services and Dean of Students, Union University
  • W. H. Auden, For the Time Being: A Christmas Oratorio
  • Reviewed by Thomas Trzyna, English, Seattle Pacific University