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Table of Contents for 2015: Volume 27 (1)

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Title Author(s) Pages  
Editorial
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Keith Fox 2  
Conflict or mutual enrichment? Why science and theology need to talk to each other
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ALISTER E. McGRATH 3-16  
Understanding the causes of same-sex attraction
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ELEANOR WHITEWAY
DENIS R. ALEXANDER
17-40 [Abstract]
Resurrection and the natural sciences: some theological insights on sanctification and disability
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TIMOTHY WALL 41-58 [Abstract]
Can we give up the origin of humanity from a primal couple without giving up the teaching of original sin and atonement?
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ANTOINE SUAREZ 59-83 [Abstract]
Re-examining Tertullian and Augustine’s Relationship for the Theology Science Dialogue
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ROBERT BRENNAN 84-100 [Abstract]
 

Book Reviews

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Title Author(s) Pages  
Darwin’s Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design Stephen C. Meyer
(Martin R. Smith)
101-102  
Living Lightly, Living Faithfully: Religious faiths and the future of sustainability Colin Bell
Jonathan Chaplin
Robert White
(Chris Naylor)
102-103  
Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist, Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature is Almost Certainly False Thomas Nagel
(Chris Oldfield)
103-104  
Better People or Enhanced Humans? What it might mean to be fully alive in the context of Human Enhancement Justin Tomkins
(D. Gareth Jones)
105-106  
Is Religion Natural? D. Evers
M. Fuller
A. Jackelen
T. Smedes (eds.)
(James W. Jones)
106-107  
The Rocks Don’t Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah’s Flood David R. Montgomery
(David Young)
107-108  
Four Views on the Historical Adam Matthew Barrett
Ardel B. Caneday (eds.)
(John J. Bimson)
108-111  
The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say About Human Origins Peter Enns
(John J. Bimson)
108-111  
Flourishing: Health, Disease and Bioethics in Theological Perspective Neil Messer
(John Bryant)
111-112  
Toward an Ecology of Transfiguration. Orthodox Christian Perspectives on Environment, Nature and Creation John Chryssavgis
Bruce V. Foltz (eds.)
(Alexei Nesteruk)
112-114  
Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love Elizabeth A. Johnson
(Christopher Southgate)
114-116  
Who is to blame? – Disasters, Nature, and Acts of God Robert S. White
(Tim Middleton)
116-117  
God’s Trees: Trees, Forests and Wood in the Bible, An Illustrated Commentary and Compendium Julian Evans
(Rebecca Watson)
118-119  
As Long As The Earth Endures: The Bible, Creation and the Environment Jonathan Moo
Robin Routledge (eds.)
(Ron Elsdon)
119-121  
Evolutionary Biology. Conceptual, Ethical, and Religious Issues Paul Thompson
Denis Walsh (eds.)
(R. J. (Sam) Berry)
121-122  
 

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