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Publications by Dr. Angus Menuge

Books

1.         Vocation (St. Louis: MO, CPH, 2006).

 

2.         Agents Under Fire: Materialism and the Rationality of Science (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield: 2004), author. Purchase Online


3.         Science and the Savior (St. Louis, MO: CPH, 2004). Purchase Online


4.         Reading God’s World: The Scientific Vocation (St. Louis, MO: CPH, 2004), editor, and author of a chapter and the introduction.


5.         Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004), assistant to the editors, William Dembski and Michael Ruse.

 

6.         Christ and Culture in Dialogue: Constructive Themes and Practical Applications (St. Louis, MO: CPH, 1999), general editor, and author of a chapter and the introduction. Purchase Online

 

7.         C. S. Lewis Lightbearer in the Shadowlands: The Evangelistic Vision of C. S. Lewis (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1997), editor and author of a chapter and the introduction. Purchase Online

Articles

1.         “The Role of Agency in Science.” Published on-line at the North American Missions Board website, http://www.4truth.net.

 

2.         “A Place to Stand, A Place of Refuge: The Lutheran Contribution to Higher Education.” Consensus, Volume 3, Number 5, October 2005, 1-3.

 

3.         “From the Wardrobe to the Stable: Lewis’s Defense of the Transcendent Incarnate,” in eds. Ted and James Baehr, Narnia Beckons (Nashville, TN: Broadman and Holman, 2005), 85-93.

 

4.         “Why Eustace Almost Deserved His Name: Lewis’s Critique of Modern Secularism,” in eds. Gregory Bassham and Jerry Walls The Chronicles of Narnia and Philosophy (Chicago and La Salle, IL: Open Court, 2005), 193-203.

 

5.         “From the Wardrobe to the Stable: Finding the Truth in Narnia.” Higher Things vol 5 / Number 3, Fall 2005, 12-13.

 

6.         Review of Alberto Garcia and Victor Raj (eds.), The Theology of the Cross for the Twenty-First Century (St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House) in Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Volume 48, No. 2, June 2005, 415-419.

 

7.         Review of Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth: Liberating Christianity From its Cultural Captivity (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books (2004).  Philosophia Christi Volume 6, Number 2, 2004, 378-382.

 

8.         “A Mind in Full.”  A Review of Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth: Liberating Christianity From its Cultural Captivity (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books (2004).  Touchstone Magazine, vol.17, number 10, December 2004, 41-43.

 

9.         “Dennett Denied: A Critique of Dennett’s Evolutionary Account of Intentionality,” Progress in Complexity, Information and Design, Volume 2.3.6, October 2003.

 

10.       “Who’s Afraid of ID?  A Survey of the Intelligent Design Movement.” In eds. William Dembski and Michael Ruse, Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

 

11.       “Whereof one can speak, thereof one must not be silent,” a review essay on John Warwick Montgomery, Tractatus Logico-Theologicus, Theologisches Lehr- und Studienmaterial 11 (Bonn, Germany: Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschaft, 2002), Philosophia Christi vol. 6 Number 1 2004, 129-136.

 

12.       “Beyond Skinnerian Creatures: A Defense of the Lewis/Plantinga Critique of Evolutionary Naturalism,” Philosophia Christi, Vol 5, No. 1, 2003, 143-165.

 

13.       “Interpreting the Book of Nature,” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, volume 55, Number 2, June 2003, 88-98.  An adapted version of this paper also appears in Reading God’s World, cited above under books.

 

14.       “Indirectness and the Displacement Problem: A Reply to Walter Thorson,” Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, volume 55, Number 2, June 2003, 102-103.

 

15.       “Reductionism, Bane of Christianity and Science,” Philosophia Christi Vol 4. Number 1, 2002, 173-183.

 

16.       “Promoting Dialogue in the Christian Academy,” Logia, Eastertide 2002

XI: 2, 19-28. 

 

17.       “Sex and the Civilized” (a review of Patrick Riley’s Civilizing Sex), Touchstone magazine, April 2002, 45-47.

 

18.       “Few Signs of Intelligence: The Saga of Bill Dembski at Baylor,” Touchstone magazine, May 2001, 54-55.

 

19.       “Rehabilitating Design in Science” (a review of Behe, Dembski and Meyer, Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe), Human Events, March 12, 2001, 16, 21.

 

20.       “Thinking God's Thoughts After Him: How the Bible and Science View the World.” Editorial in Issues in Christian Education Spring 2001, Vol. 35, No. 1, 4-5.

 

21.       “Lutheran Theology Meets Intelligent Design.”  Dialog: A Journal of Theology (Vol. 40:1, Spring 2001), 61-63.

 

22.       “Shattering the Icons of Dogmatic Darwinism” (a review of Jonathan Wells' Icons of Evolution). Human Events, December 1st, 2000, 12, 19.

 

23.       “Contextualizing C. S. Lewis,” Modern Reformation (September/October 2000), 47-48.

 

24.       “Reason for Hope: The Role of Christian Apologetics,” The Concordian (Summer 2000), 10-11.

 

25.       “Just Sentiments: Emotivism versus Traditional Morality,” Touchstone (June 2000), 26-30.

 

26.       "Virtue, Civilization and the Restitution of Man," in Inklings Forever (Upland, IN: Taylor University Lewis and Friends Committee, 1999).

 

27.       "Fellow Patients in the Same Hospital: Law and Gospel in the Works of C. S. Lewis,"

            Concordia Journal, April 1999, 151-163.

 

28.       “Niebuhr’s Christ and Culture Reexamined.”  In my Christ and Culture in Dialogue: Constructive Themes and Practical Applications (St. Louis, MO: CPH, 1999), 31-55.

 

29.       “God’s Chosen Instrument: the Temper of an Apostle.”  In my C. S. Lewis Lightbearer in the Shadowlands: The Evangelistic Vision of C. S. Lewis (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1997), 115-142.

 

30.       "The Scope of Observation," Philosophical Quarterly 45 (1995) 60-69.  [A refutation of Bas Van Fraassen's constructive empiricism in dialogue form.]

 

31.       Review of Descartes' Metaphysical Physics, by Daniel Garber. (Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 1992), Seventeenth Century News, 1993, 18-19.

 

32.       "Supervenience, By Chance? (Reply to Crane and Mellor)," Analysis 53 (1993) 228-235.


 

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