Baker, T., and C. Jongsma. The Shape and Number of Things. Toronto: Curriculum Development Centre, 1981. [this is an exciting elementary school curriculum]

Barker, Stephen F.  Philosophy of mathematics.  Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1964.  & 510.1 B24

Brabenac, R. L., et al. A Christian Perspective on the Foundations of Mathematics. Wheaton: Wheaton College, 1977.

Davis, Philip J. and Reuben Hersh.  The Mathematical Experience.  Boston: Birkhäuser Boston, 1981. 

Edgar, Stacy.  Morality and Machines: Perspectives on Computer Ethics.  Boston: Jones and Bartlett Pub., 1996. 

Ermann, M., Mary Williams and Nichelle Shaul.  Computers, Ethics and Society.  New York: Oxford, 1997.  & 303.4834 C73

Granville, H., Jr. Logos: Mathematics and Christian Theology. E. Brunswick: Bucknell University Press, 1976.

Groothius, Douglas.  The Soul in Cyberspace.  Grand Rapids: Baker, 1997. 

Heie, Harold.  Testimonial:  Putting Theory into Practice (Mathematics).  Audio cassette available through CCCU.

Jongsma, Calvin. Christianity and Mathematics: An Analysis of Differing Approaches to the Interrelationship. ICS Academic Paper Series. Toronto: Institute for Christian Studies, 1985.

Kline, Morris.  Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1972.

Phillippy, Douglas. "Integrating Faith and Mathematics in Math 101." Curricular paper available through CCCU.

Van Brummelen, Harro W. "The Place of Mathematics in the Curriculum." Shaping School Curriculum: A Biblical View. ed. G. Steensma. Terre Haute: Signal Press, 1977.


Additional Resources:

Bibliography of Christianity and Mathematics

Compiled by: Gene B. Chase and Calvin Jongsma

Sioux Center, Iowa: Dordt College Press, 1983


Association of Christians in Mathematical Sciences

Dr. Robert L. Brabenec, Executive Secretary

Dept. of Mathematics

Wheaton College

Wheaton, IL 60187

(708) 752-5869  E-mail: