Lots of new stuff on the ASA web page

Terry M. Gray (grayt@lamar.colostate.edu)
Wed, 2 Dec 1998 11:11:07 -0700

Hi everyone,

Apologies in advance for the cross posting, but I wanted to get the word out.

There are several new things on the ASA web page (http://asa.calvin.edu):

A new section on book reviews authored by Jack Haas, which proves that
you're never too old to learn web authoring
(http://asa.calvin.edu/ASA/book_reviews).

A new section with the most recent ASA newsletters developed by our ever
versatile newsletter editor, Dennis Feucht
(http://asa.calvin.edu/ASA/newsletter).

If you haven't noticed the postings about the annual meeting, get your info
there.

Also, several new papers have been added to the web site. They are listed
below. We're trying to streamline PSCF editor's office to web uploading.
I think that we're getting there: the office has it down--the webmaster
took a bit too long to get things up. Hopefully in the future I can get
things up within the hour of receiving from the office.

Perhaps some of these could become topics of conversation for the ASA email
discussion group.

The Meaning of Personhood
by Mark Strand

Creation Care and Character: The Nature and Necessity of the Ecological Virtues
by Steven Bouma-Prediger
Hope College

The Use of Ecology in the Evangelical Protestant Response to the Ecological
Crisis
by Jim Ball

Theological Reflections on Chaos Theory
by John Jefferson Davis
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

The Relationship between Science and Scripture in the Thought of Robert Boyle
by David L. Woodall

Creation and God's Judgment
by Calvin B. DeWitt
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Au Sable Institute

Possible Influences of Biblical Beliefs upon Physics
by George L. Murphy
St. Mark Lutheran Church

Preface to Bioethics: Some Foundations for a Christian Approach to Bioethics
by Al Truesdale
Nazarene Theological Seminary

Darwin: Man of His Times--A Theory of Its Time?
by Sara J. Miles
Eastern College

Theodicy and Evolution
by Karl Krienke
Seattle Pacific University

How Does the World View of the Scientist & the Clinician Influence Their Work?
by Armand M. Nicholi, Jr., M.D.
Harvard Medical School

Please contact me if you find any errors or bad links.

Terry G.
ASA Webmaster
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