Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLV, Number 4 (Summer 2016)


  • Lanta Davis Reighard - “This Confession Has Meant Nothing”: Confession in Bret Easton Ellis [Abstract]
  • Dennis M. Sullivan and Tyler M. John - Human Embryo Metaphysics and the New Biotechnologies [Abstract]
  • Heather M. Whitney - James Clerk Maxwell: A Model for Twenty-first Century Physics in the Christian Liberal Arts [Abstract]


  • Don W. King - A Circling Fellowship and an Empowering Imagination: C. S. Lewis and the Inklings—A Review Essay [Abstract]


  • Timothy P. Jackson, Political Agape: Christian Love and Liberal Democracy
  • Reviewed by Micah J. Watson, Political Science, Calvin College

  • Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt, Thomas Aquinas: Faith, Reason, and Following Christ
  • Reviewed by Christopher A. Franks, Religion and Philosophy, High Point University

  • Amanda Hontz Drury, Saying is Believing: The Necessity of Testimony in Adolescent Spiritual Development
  • Reviewed by Mark W. Cannister, Biblical Studies and Christian Ministries, Gordon College

  • Kelly Joan Whitmer, The Halle Orphanage as Scientific Community: Observation, Eclecticism, and Pietism in the Early Enlightenment
  • Reviewed by Zachary Purvis, Divinity, University of Edinburgh

  • Allen Hertzke, ed., Religious Freedom in America: Constitutional Roots and Contemporary Challenges
  • Reviewed by Jerold Waltman, Political Science, Baylor University
  • Earl D. Bland and Brad D. Strawn, eds., Christianity and Psychoanalysis: A New Conversation
  • Reviewed by J. P. Gerber, Psychology, Gordon College
  • Brian K. Morley, Mapping Apologetics: Comparing Contemporary Approaches
  • Reviewed by Holly Ordway, Apologetics, Houston Baptist University
  • Rebecca Y. Kim, The Spirit Moves West: Korean Missionaries in America
  • Reviewed by Young Lee Hertig, Global Studies and Sociology, Azusa Pacific University,
    Co-Founder/Executive Director of Institute for the Study of Asian American
    Christianity (ISAAC)
  • Timothy W. Herrmann, Kirsten D. Tenhaken, Hannah M. Adderley, and Morgan K. Morris (eds.), A Faith for the Generations: How Collegiate Experience Impacts Faith
  • Jonathan P. Hill, Emerging Adulthood and Faith
    Reviewed by David M. Johnstone, Residence Life, George Fox University
  • James K. A. Smith, Who’s Afraid of Relativism?: Community, Contingency, and Creaturehood
  • Reviewed by David Vander Laan, Philosophy, Westmont College
  • Gary Scott Smith, Religion in the Oval Office: The Religious Lives of American Presidents
  • Reviewed by Matthew Hill, History, Liberty University