In the Wake of the Beagle: Faith After Darwin

In the Wake of the Beagle: Faith After Darwin

Vol. 29, No 1, Winter, 2009
Publication Date:1/1/2009

Editorials

Fear, Hate, John's First Letter, and the Task of Ministry

Roland E. Miller

View Article

I Don't Believe in Evolution

Frederick J. Gaiser

View Article

Articles

All God's Critters: A Feminist Reflection on Darwin and Species

Ann Milliken Pederson

View Article

Charles Darwin: Friend or Foe?

Francisco J. Ayala

View Article

Genesis after the Origin: Theological Responses to Evolution

S. Brian Stratton

View Article

On Primal Fear and Confidence: Reinterpreting the Myth of the Flood as the Climate Changes

Stewart W. Herman

View Article

Our Creaturely Adventure: Post-Darwinian Directions for Christian Anthropology

Paul R. Sponheim

View Article

Reading the Bible After Darwin

Mark A. Throntveit, Alan G. Padgett

View Article

What Are We Telling the Kids? Teaching Genesis to Teenagers

Paul E. Nynas

View Article

Face to Face

Two Biologists on Church and Faith: A Call for Building Partnerships

Evelyn E. Gaiser

View Article

Two Biologists on Church and Faith: A Problem of Language and Knowing

Don Alstad

View Article

Texts in Context

Preaching Creation: Genesis 1-2

Terence E. Fretheim

View Article

Reviews

Divine Teaching: An Introduction to Christian Theology, by McIntosh, Mark A.

Timothy J. Yoder

View Article

Imaging the Journey... of Contemplation, Meditation, Reflection, and Adventure, by Mattes, Mark C., and Ronald R. Darge

Robert Brusic

View Article

Preaching and Theology, by Kay, James F.

Justin C. Boeding

View Article

Scripture as Communication: Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics, by Brown, Jeannine K.

Dean M. Erickson

View Article

The History of Christianity in the United States, by Koester, Nancy

Sarah E. Johnson

View Article

Whitewashing Uncle Tom's Cabin: Nineteenth-Century Women Novelists Respond to Stowe, by Jordan-Lake, Joy

Nancy Koester

View Article