Accepted Abstracts To Date


Mary Poplin, D. Ed.


Claremont Grad. S.; Education

"Theoretical Assumptions of Religious Work Versus Social Work: Lessons from Mother Teresa for the Social Sciences"

Timothy Goldsmith, Ph.D.; Harold DeLaney Ph.D.

U. of New Mexico

"Scientific Psychology and Christian Theism"

Larry D. Harwood


Marquette U.

"Christian Perspective on History of Philosophy"

Larry Vardiman, Ph.D.

Dept. of Astrogeophysics

Institute of Creation Research

"Non-Newtonian Science: A Fear of Scripture"

Homer White, Ph.D.

Dept. of Mathematics

Georgetown College

"Mathematics and Theistic Faith"

Gregory Gannsle, Ph.D.


Rivendell Institute

"A Doxastic Community Approach to Christian Scholarship"

Dean Geuras, Ph.D.


SW Texas State U

"Rorty & the Postmodern Rejection of Absolute Truth"

Doug Groothuis, Ph.D.


Denver Seminary

"Christian Scholarship and Cyberspace"

Carl Springer, Ph.D.

Professor of Classics and Chair

Illinois State U.

"The Hermeneutics of Innocence: Literary Criticism From a Christian Perspective"

Jan Thomas, Ph.D.

Department of Philosophy and Liberal Studies

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

"Teaching Values: Applied Ethics and Moral Literature"

Daniel Siedell, Ph.D.

University of Nebraska (Lincoln)

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden

"A Christian Approach to the History of Modern Art"

Alan Davy, Ph.D

Department of English

Campbell University

"Facts, Theories, Miracles, and Mammoths: How Thomas Jefferson Was Trapped by His World View"

James B. Stump

Philosophy Dept.

Boston U.

"Reciprocal Influence of Science and Metaphysics"

Biff Rocha

Miami University

"Development of a Christian Rhetorical Theory"

Douglas Henry, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Grand Canyon U.

"Christian Scholarship as Virtuous Practice: A Virtue Ethic for Christian Academics"

William Monsma

MacLaurin Institute

"Faith and Rationality"

Michael Corey, Ph.D.

"The Role of Supernatural Agency in the Modern Scientific Method"

Peter Payne, Ph.D.

Grad. of Claremont Grad. School; Philosophy

IVCF staff at Michigan, Ann Arbor

"The Impact of Metaphysical Beliefs on the Meaning of Ethical Claims"

Jerry Sherman, Ph.D


U. of Phoenix

"Epistemological Repentance"

John Kok, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy

Dean of the Humanities

Dordt College

"Differences a Christian Perspective Makes for the Social Sciences"

William Cox

Regent University

"Scholarship Implications for Biblical Teaching That 'The Fear of the Lord is the Beginning of Wisdom.'"

Kevin Belemonte


"Christians and the Writing of History"

John A. McIntyre, Ph.D.

Texas A & M

"The Logical Fallacy Connecting Science to Christian Beliefs"

Terry B. Ewell, Ph.D.

West Virginia University

"What is Christian in Music?"

David H. Scott


"Reinventing a "Technology" of Intellectual Integration: Lessons from 17th and 18th Century attempt to Reconcile Theology, Science, and Philosophy"

Dennis D. Miller

Northern Kentucky U.

Sociology, Anthropology and Philosophy

"The Christian Perspective and the Pursuit of Knowledge"