CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR'S REVIEW

Maintained by Todd Steen, Department of Economics, Hope College
Managing Editor, Christian Scholar's Review

Latest Issue: Volume XXXV, Number 1
Fall 2005


[Table of Contents]


Statement of Purpose

The Christian scholar, experiencing the redemptive love of God and welcoming the enriching perspective of divine revelation, accepts as part of his or her vocation the obligation not only to pursue an academic discipline but also to contribute toward a broader and more unified understanding of life and the world. This vocation therefore includes the obligation to communicate such an understanding to the Christian community and to the entire world of learning.

The Christian Scholar's Review is intended as a medium through which Christian scholars may cooperate in pursuing these facets of their tasks. Specifically, this publication has as its primary objective the integration of Christian faith and learning on both the intra- and inter- disciplinary levels. As a secondary purpose, this journal seeks to provide a forum for the discussion of the theoretical issues of Christian higher education. The Review is intended to encourage communication and understanding both among Christian scholars, and between them and others. The journal is peer-reviewed.


Call for Papers

Christian Scholar's Review welcomes submission of articles. To see the editor's call for papers, click here.


Copying Beyond Fair Use

Permission to reproduce materials in the Christian Scholar's Review, beyond what is permitted as "fair use" under Sections 107 and 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law, is granted only to classroom teachers, professors, and religious educators for non-profit educational use. Copies of individual articles or reviews may be distributed for classroom use or course assignments, or placed on library reserve, provided (1) there is no charge to the ultimate user above the actual cost of copying, and (2) each copy includes full citation of source.


Sponsoring Institutions

The sponsoring institutions are:


Submission of Articles and Book Reviews

The Christian Scholar's Review welcomes articles of high standards of original scholarship and of general interest dealing with all aspects of Christian thought and the interrelationship of Christian thought with all areas of scholarly interest. Normally articles should reflect a Christian perspective. However articles not clearly reflecting a Christian perspective, but of general interest to the Christian community or of such a character as to promote communication between Christians and non-Christians, may be included as well.

Guidelines for Contributors

Articles should follow The Chicago Manual of Style. Additional information for contributors is found in the first issue of each volume. All manuscripts should be sent to:

Don W. King, Editor
Christian Scholar's Review
Montreat College
Box 1267
Montreat, NC 28757
E-mail: dking@montreat.edu
One hard copy and one electronic copy (MSWord or WordPerfect on a Windows compatible disk) of each manuscript should be sent; all material should be double-spaced, including quotes. Correspondence regarding book reviews should be directed to:
Daniel Bowell, Book Review Editor
Christian Scholar's Review
Taylor University
236 West Reade Avenue
Upland, IN 46989-1001
E-mail: DnBowell@tayloru.edu

Guidelines for Book Reviews

The editors of the Christian Scholar's Review, its sponsoring institutions, and other supporters, do not necessarily endorse the contents of articles or book reviews which the journal may publish.


Editorial Staff

Don W. King Montreat College editor
Daniel Bowell Taylor University book review editor
Brad Shaw Greenville College arts and humanities editor
Jenell Williams Paris Bethel College (MN) social sciences editor
Barry Hankins Baylor University history editor
Nivaldo Tro Westmont College science editor
Phillip Cary Eastern University philosophy editor
Dennis Okholm Azusa Pacific University theology editor
Rick Martinez Cedarville University business and professions editor
Elaine Friedberg Taylor University copy editor
David A. Hoekema Calvin College publisher
Todd Steen Hope College managing editor


Subscription Information

The Review is issued quarterly. The subscription rate for individuals is $24 a year, $46 for two years, and $66 for three years, and for libraries $36 a year, $70 for two years, and $102 for three years. A student rate is available for $15 with a copy of a valid student identification card. Agency discount is 5%. Individual copies are $8. Canadian and foreign subscriptions are $12 additional for each year. ISSN number is 0017-2251. Payment must be made in U.S. funds; at this time we are not able to accept credit cards. Please make out checks to Christian Scholar's Review. Circulation:
Todd Steen, Managing Editor
Christian Scholar's Review
Hope College, P.O. Box 9000
Holland, MI 49422-9000
Phone: 616-395-7582; Fax: 616-395-7490
E-mail: steen@hope.edu

UPS address is:
Todd Steen, Managing Editor
Christian Scholar's Review
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Holland, MI 49423


Permissions and Reprinting

All requests for permission to either copy articles or reprint articles in Christian Scholar's Review should be directed to our publisher, David Hoekema, Professor of Philosophy, Calvin College, 3201 Burton Street SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. His email address is dhoekema@calvin.edu. Please note our "Copying Beyond Fair Use" policy listed earlier on this page.


Indexing and Electronic Availability

The Review is indexed in the Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature, ATLA Religion Database, Christian Periodical Index, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, International Bibliography of Book Reviews, Journal of Ecumenical of Studies, MLA International Bibliography, New Testament Abstracts, Religion Index, and Religious and Theological Abstracts. The journal is available electronically through ProQuest. Printed in the U.S.A. It is available on microfilm from ProQuest, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Copyright ©2005 Christian Scholar's Review.


Previous Issues

  • Volume XXXIV, Number 4 (Summer 2005: Theme Issue--Mulsim-Christian Dialogue) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIV, Number 3 (Spring 2005) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIV, Number 2 (Winter 2005) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIV, Number 1 (Fall 2004) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIII, Number 4 (Summer 2004: Theme Issue--E-Learning and Christian Higher Education) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIII, Number 3 (Spring 2004) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIII, Number 2 (Winter 2004) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXIII, Number 1 (Fall 2003) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXII, Number 4 (Summer 2003:Theme Issue--The Fate of the Earth) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXII, Number 3 (Spring 2003) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXII, Number 2 (Winter 2003) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXII, Number 1 (Fall 2002) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXI, Number 4 (Summer 2002:Theme Issue--Geography in Christian Perspective) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXI, Number 3 (Spring 2002) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXI, Number 2 (Winter 2001) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXXI, Number 1 (Fall 2001) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXX, Number 4 (Summer 2001:Theme Issue--Christian Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century: Prospects and Projects) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXX, Number 3 (Spring 2001) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXX, Number 2 (Winter 2000) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXX, Number 1 (Fall 2000) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXIX, Number 4 (Summer 2000: Theme Issue--Christian Scholarship's Twentieth Century Journey: Achievements and Failures) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXIX, Number 3 (Spring 2000) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXIX, Number 2 (Winter 1999) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXIX, Number 1 (Fall 1999) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVIII, Number 4 (Summer 1999: Theme Issue--Jesus and the Academy) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVIII, Number 3 (Spring 1999) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVIII, Number 2 (Winter 1998: Special Issue on Christianity and Environmentalism) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVIII, Number 1 (Fall 1998) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVII, Number 4 (Summer 1998: Theme Issue--C. S. Lewis: A Centenary Retrospective) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVII, Number 3 (Spring 1998) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVII, Number 2 (Winter 1997) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVII, Number 1 (Fall 1997) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVI, Number 4 (Summer 1997: Theme Issue on Christianity and Homosexuality) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVI, Number 3 (Spring 1997) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVI, Number 2 (Winter 1996: Special Issue on Christianity and Postmodernity) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXVI, Number 1 (Fall 1996) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXV, Number 4 (June 1996: Theme Issue on Christianity and Multiculturalism) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXV, Number 3 (March 1996) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXV, Number 2 (December 1995) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXV, Number 1 (September 1995) [Table of Contents]
  • Volume XXIV, Number 4 (June 1995: Theme Issue on Creation, Evolution and Christian Faith)
  • Volume XXIV, Number 3 (March 1995)
  • Volume XXIV, Number 2 (December 1994: Theme Issue on Christianity and Economics)
  • Volume XXIV, Number 1 (September 1994)


    Announcement of Theme Issues and Call for Papers

    2006: Call for Papers: The Good, the True, and the Beautiful: The Future of Values

    [Call for Papers]


    Index of Christian Scholar's Review Articles

    [Index]


    Advertising in Christian Scholar's Review

    [Information]


    Charles J. Miller Christian Scholar's Award

    Christian Scholar's Award: Abdah Johnson (Chip) Conyers


    Links

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