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Ratio Christi, Irvine, CA

“Genesis 1–11, Poetry, History, Science, Truth: Reading Well with Help from C.S. Lewis,” Wheaton, IL

“Are We Slaves to Our Genes? A Scientific and Christian Perspective,” Plymouth, UK

11/7/2016 » 11/9/2016
New Trends in Evolutionary Biology: Philosophical and Social Science Implications, London, UK.

11/9/2016 » 11/11/2016
Herrmann Lecture on Faith and Science, Wenham, MA

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Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 


BOOK REVIEWS serve both to alert readers to new books that appear significant and to engage these books in critical interaction. When a subject area editor selects a book for review, the book is then offered to a scholar with the best match in expertise. ASA/CSCA members who would like to be considered as potential reviewers are welcome to express interest to the book review coordinating editor for inclusion in the reviewer database. Publishers may also contact the book review coordinating editor if they are not sure which subject area reviewer would best consider a particular book.

  • Patrick Franklin ( book review coordinating editor; subject areas: ethics, philosophy, and theology.
  • Arie Leegwater ( cosmology, history of science, mathematics, and physical sciences.
  • Sara Sybesma Tolsma ( biology, environment, genetics, and origins.
  • Heather Looy ( anthropology, neurology, psychology, and sociology.
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