AUTHOR'S INDEX

 


APOLOGETICS
BIOGRAPHIES AND TESTIMONIALS
ECONOMICS
EDUCATION
HISTORY
LAW
LIBERAL ARTS
LITERATURE
MATHEMATICS
PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PSYCHOLOGY
REASON AND FAITH
SCIENCE


APOLOGETICS

Apologetics Library at Leadership University

 


BIOGRAPHIES AND TESTIMONIALS

One Christian's Perspective on Work: A Personal Testimony

Stephen Long, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UC Santa Barbara

Glory in Time

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Why I am a Christian

Physicist Henry Margenau gives a deeply moving account of his journey of faith (the first time he has done so in a public forum).

Why I am a Christian

Professor William P. Alston

Why I am a Christian

Professor David Martin

Why I am a Christian

Professor Bernard J.F. Lonergan


ECONOMICS

Marxism as the Ideology of Our Age

Professor Nikolaus Lobkowicz concludes that Marxist ideology has in subtle ways conquered the West at least insofar as Marxist patterns of thinking "has gotten under the skin of Western intellectuals".


 

 

EDUCATION

The Intellectual and Spiritual Crisis of the University

Statesman Charles Malik perceives the university as the most influential institution in the Western world and appeals to Christian thinkers to bridge the gulf between Jesus Christ and contemporary temples of science.

On Christian Scholarship

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

Is God Unconstitutional?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley

Monkeying With Science Education

John Angus Campbell, Professor of Communication
University of Memphis

John Stuart Mill, Charles Darwin, and the Culture Wars: Resolving a Crisis in Education

John Angus Campbell, Professor of Communication
University of Memphis

What Should We Teach in Public Schools?

Art Battson discusses an alternative to the divisive creation/evolution dichotomy.


HISTORY

The Gospels As Historical Sources for Jesus, The Founder of Christianity

Professor R. T. France

Contemporary Scholarship and the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection...

After an appraisal of recent scholarship on the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Professor William Craig contends that "the resurrection appearances, the empty tomb, and the origin of the Christian faith - all point unavoidably to one conclusion: the resurrection of Jesus".

The Resurrection of Jesus

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Myth of the Flat Earth

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Necessity for Christianity

Historian Paul Johnson looks for cause-and-effect relationships in the history of the 20th century and concludes that "much of the evil of the twentieth century is the direct or indirect consequence of the decline of Christianity".

Dissent, The Devil, and the Return of the Cosmos to God

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Miracles and the Metanormal

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Glory in Time

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara


LAW

Religion in the Public Schools: A Joint Statement of Current Law

The Equal Access Act and the Public Schools (Questions & Answers)

A Guide to The Equal Access Act - Revised Edition

Religion in the Public School Curriculum (Questions & Answers)

Religious Holidays in the Public Schools (Questions & Answers)

A Guide to Charitable Choice

Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Equal Access Act

 


LIBERAL ARTS

Liberal Arts Library at Leadership University

 


LITERATURE

Literature of the New Testament

Michael O'Connell, Professor of English at UCSB, has developed valuable web resources for his English 116B course: The Literature of the New Testament.  Materials include Early Texts, The Historical Jesus Controversy, Biblical History and Reference Materials, Biblical Research Tools, Bible Humor, and General Reference Resources.


MATHEMATICS

The Mysterious Hebrew Codes

Grant R. Jeffrey (from his book The Signature of God)

Equidistant Letter Sequences in the Book of Genesis

Doron Witztum, Eliyahu Rips and Yoav Rosenberg

Torah Code Links

Online articles and critiques

The Bible Code: Critical Reactions

Rich Milne


PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Philosophy Library at Calvin College

Theology Library at Leadership University

The Wall

Christian philosophers and theologians including Adams, Barth, Clark, Davis, Leftow, Plantinga, Pojman, Rescher, Stump, Swinburne, Wierenga, VanInwagen , and others.

The Gospel According to the Jesus Seminar

Professor Birger Pearson dismantles the Jesus Seminar with impeccable scholarship and incisive wit.

The Gospels As Historical Sources for Jesus, The Founder of Christianity

Professor R. T. France

Contemporary Scholarship and the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection...

After an appraisal of recent scholarship on the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Professor William Craig contends that "the resurrection appearances, the empty tomb, and the origin of the Christian faith - all point unavoidably to one conclusion: the resurrection of Jesus".

How Can We Tell Science from Religion?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley

The Case for Life After Death

Professor Peter Kreeft examines the traditional arguments for life after death and concludes that they do constitute an impressive case.

Naturalism, Theism, and the Scientific Enterprise

Reflections from the organizer of the NTSE Conference at the University of Texas which brought together 120 scientists, scholars and students from North America and Europe to discuss the relationship between methodological naturalism, theistic hypotheses and explanations, and the practice of science.

A Critique of Richard Dawkins' Views on Religion

Michael Poole, Visiting Research Fellow
King's College London

The Last Judgment

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Heaven Here and Now and Why Good Things Happen to Bad People

Roy Abraham Varghese reflects on the content of the Faith.

Why the Burden of Proof is on the Atheist

Professor Ralph McInerny contends that atheism runs against the grain of human experience and that, therefore, in the theism- atheism debate the burden of proof (or disproof) is on the atheist.

The Psychology of Atheism

Psychologist Paul Vitz argues that the major barriers to belief in God are psychological and infers from case studies of famous atheists that their atheism can well be explained in terms of childhood experiences.

Is There a Role for Natural Theology Today?

Dr. Owen Gingerich is Senior Astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and Professor of Astronomy and of the History of Science at Harvard University.

What is Darwinism?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

Daniel Dennett's Dangerous Idea

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

What (If Anything) Hath God Wrought?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

Darwin, Mind and Meaning

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

Miracles and Modern Thought

Professor Norman Geisler analyzes the best known arguments against the possibility of miracles and finds that "the principle of repeatability which naturalists use to attack miracles actually boomerangs to support the miraculous" (the renowned logician I. M. Bochenski remarked that this paper presented the most cogent argument in defense of miracles he had come across).

Marxism as the Ideology of Our Age

Professor Nikolaus Lobkowicz concludes that Marxist ideology has in subtle ways conquered the West at least insofar as Marxist patterns of thinking "has gotten under the skin of Western intellectuals".

From Relativism and Skepticism to Truth and Certainty

Professor Josef Seifert exposes the skepticism and relativism characteristic of much modern thought and draws on Augustine's work in laying the foundations of knowledge.

Modern Biblical Scholarship, Philosophy of Religion and ...

Professor Eleonore Stump urges more interaction between biblical scholars and philosophers of religion especially because "the seemingly authoritative historical tenets of contemporary biblical criticism are often enough based largely on unwarranted and unexamined interpretations and philosophical presuppositions, some of which constitute a denial of central Christian beliefs".

A Scientist Reflects on Religious Belief

Astronomer Allan Sandage asserts that "many scientists are now driven to faith by their very work" and holds that there is no conflict between science and religious belief if it is understood that they treat different aspects of reality.

Christianity and the Scientific Enterprise (I)

Biochemist Charles Thaxton surveys the history of science and arrives at the conclusion that modern science is a child of Christianity.

Message from Hubert Yockey

Information Theorist Hubert Yockey notes that many scientists are really talking religion and many theologians are talking science.

On Christian Scholarship

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

"Mere Christianity"

Professor Edward H. Pauley

Dualism through Reductionism

Professor Hans Moravec, Carnegie-Mellon University

The Resurrection of Theism

William Lane Craig

The Experiential Basis of Theism

William Alston

Awareness of God

Dom Illtyd Trethowan

The Mystery of Persons and Belief in God

C. Stephen Evans

Hume, Kant, and Rational Theism

Hugo Meynell

The Justification of Theism

Richard Swinburne

Truth and Finite Limitations

H.D. Lewis

The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe

William Lane Craig

Dissent, The Devil, and the Return of the Cosmos to God

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Heaven

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

A Glimpse of Heaven

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

In the World But Not of the World

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Miracles and the Metanormal

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Resurrection of Jesus

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

Relativism

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Uniqueness of Jesus

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History, UC Santa Barbara

Is God Unconstitutional?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

Space and Time in the Genesis Cosmology

Meredith G. Kline
Westminster Theological Seminary in California


PSYCHOLOGY

The Psychology of Atheism

Psychologist Paul Vitz argues that the major barriers to belief in God are psychological and infers from case studies of famous atheists that their atheism can well be explained in terms of childhood experiences.

Darwin, Mind and Meaning

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

Minds are Simply what Brains Do

Professor Marvin Minsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Minds or Machines

Dr. John Beloff

Dualism through Reductionism

Professor Hans Moravec, Carnegie-Mellon University


REASON AND FAITH

Miracles and Modern Thought

Professor Norman Geisler analyzes the best known arguments against the possibility of miracles and finds that "the principle of repeatability which naturalists use to attack miracles actually boomerangs to support the miraculous" (the renowned logician I. M. Bochenski remarked that this paper presented the most cogent argument in defense of miracles he had come across).

The Resurrection of Theism

William Lane Craig

The Resurrection of Jesus

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Uniqueness of Jesus

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara

The Necessity for Christianity

Historian Paul Johnson looks for cause-and-effect relationships in the history of the 20th century and concludes that "much of the evil of the twentieth century is the direct or indirect consequence of the decline of Christianity".

Why the Burden of Proof is on the Atheist

Professor Ralph McInerny contends that atheism runs against the grain of human experience and that, therefore, in the theism- atheism debate the burden of proof (or disproof) is on the atheist.

The Case for Life After Death

Professor Peter Kreeft examines the traditional arguments for life after death and concludes that they do constitute an impressive case.

The Experiential Basis of Theism

William Alston

The Justification of Theism

Richard Swinburne

The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe

William Lane Craig

Heaven

Jeffrey B. Russell, Professor of History
UC Santa Barbara


SCIENCE

Sciences Library at Leadership University

Origins Quotes and Comments

Christianity and the Scientific Enterprise (I)

Biochemist Charles Thaxton surveys the history of science and arrives at the conclusion that modern science is a child of Christianity.

Molecular Machines:Experimental Support for the Design Inference

Michael J. Behe, Professor of Biochemistry
Lehigh University

The Evolution of a Skeptic

An Interview with Dr. Michael Behe, biochemist and author of recent best-seller, Darwin's Black Box

The End of Materialist Science

David Berlinski

Paradigm Shifts in Geology and Biology

Geosynclinal Theory and Plate Tectonics; Darwinism and Intelligent Design

John Wiester

Meeting Darwin's Wager

Tom Woodward

How biochemist Michael Behe uses a mousetrap to challenge evolutionary theory.

The Existence of God and the Beginning of the Universe

William Lane Craig

Stephen Hawking, The Big Bang, and God

Henry "Fritz" Schaefer III
Graham Perdue Professor of Chemistry
Director of the Center for Computational Quantum Chemistry
University of Georgia

What is Darwinism?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

The Blind Watchmaker

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

The Deniable Darwin

David Berlinski

Is God Unconstitutional?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

Daniel Dennett's Dangerous Idea

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law
UC Berkeley

What (If Anything) Hath God Wrought?

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley

Domesticating Darwin

Phillip E. Johnson, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley

God and Evolution

An Exchange Between Howard J. Van Till and Phillip E. Johnson

On The Origin of Stasis

Art Battson
University of California Santa Barbara

Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God

Walter Bradley, Professor and Senior TEES Research Fellow
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University

Darwin, Mind and Meaning

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame

A Scientist Reflects on Religious Belief

Astronomer Allan Sandage asserts that "many scientists are now driven to faith by their very work" and holds that there is no conflict between science and religious belief if it is understood that they treat different aspects of reality.

Naturalism, Theism, and the Scientific Enterprise

Reflections from the organizer of the NTSE Conference at the University of Texas which brought together 120 scientists, scholars and students from North America and Europe to discuss the relationship between methodological naturalism, theistic hypotheses and explanations, and the practice of science.

Is There a Role for Natural Theology Today?

Dr. Owen Gingerich is Senior Astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and Professor of Astronomy and of the History of Science at Harvard University.

The Atheism of the Gaps

A review of Shadows of the Mind: A Search for the Missing Science of Consciousness by Roger Penrose

Stephen M. Barr, Associate Professor of Physics at the Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware

The Fire in the Equations

A review of The Fire in the Equations: Science, Religion, and the Search for God by Kitty Ferguson

Stephen M. Barr, Associate Professor of Physics at the Bartol Research Institute, University of Delaware

The Caused Beginning of the Universe: A Response to Quentin Smith

William Lane Craig

God And The Initial Cosmological Singularity: A Reply To Quentin Smith

William Lane Craig

Creation and Big Bang Cosmology

William Lane Craig

Message from Professor Robert Jastrow

Astrophysicist Robert Jastrow analyzes recent work in astronomy which has forced astronomers "to the conclusion that the world began suddenly, in a moment of creation, as the product of unknown forces".

The Prerequisites of Life in Our Universe

John Leslie

Message from Hubert Yockey

Information Theorist Hubert Yockey notes that many scientists are really talking religion and many theologians are talking science.

The Biotic Message

Walter J. ReMine

The Creation Date Controversy

Hugh Ross
Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Toronto
President of Reasons To Believe

Ignorant Armies

A review of The Creationists: The Evolution of Scientific Creationism by Ronald L. Numbers

Mark A. Noll, Professor of History, Wheaton College.


updated * October 12, 2011