The ISCAST Team with the Editorial Board is delighted to present the first volume of the relaunched ISCAST Journal, Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology (CPOSAT).
CPOSAT aims to explore the nexus of Christian faith, the sciences, and technology, providing a platform for rigorous academic inquiry that offers insights into how Christian perspectives can enrich and inform our understanding of science and technology.
It is an online, open-access resource, inviting original contributions from national and international scholars, and publishing double-blind peer-reviewed articles and book reviews. Visit the journal website, or learn more about CPOSAT.
This volume is made up of the following contributions:
Genesis 1–3 as a Resource for Twenty–First Century Faith
Carolyn M. King
Between Darwin and Dostoevsky: The Syntheses of Theodosius Dobzhansky
From Physics to Metaphysics: A New Way
Faith, Deuteronomy 18:21–22, and the Scientific Method
Bruce Craven: Contrarian or Questioning Thinker?
Jacob Shatzer: Transhumanism and the Image of God