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Volume 37, Number 3, September 2002

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Editorial
pp. 537-538(2)
Author: Hefner, Philip

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Clocks, God, and Scientific Realism
pp. 555-580(26)
Author: Schoen, Edward L.

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Robert Boyle and the Machine Metaphor
pp. 581-596(16)
Author: Ruse, Michael

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Religion in an Age of Technology
pp. 597-604(8)
Author: Drees, Willem B.

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“Playing God? Yes!” Religion in the Light of Technology
pp. 643-654(12)
Author: Drees, Willem B.

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Technology and Human Becoming
pp. 655-666(12)
Author: Hefner, Philip

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Why Miracles?
pp. 701-702(2)
Author: Nichols, Terence L.

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Miracles in Science and Theology
pp. 703-716(14)
Author: Nichols, Terence L.

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Divine Action: Expected and Unexpected
pp. 717-728(12)
Author: Berry, R. J.

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Mind and Miracles
pp. 729-740(12)
Author: Pyysiäinen, Ilkka

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Believing in Miracles
pp. 741-750(10)
Author: Ward, Keith

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The Credibility of the Miraculous
pp. 751-758(8)
Author: Polkinghorne, John C.

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The Concept of Miracle
pp. 759-762(4)
Author: Pannenberg, Wolfhart

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Review
pp. 763-766(4)

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Patrons
pp. 767-768(2)

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Announcement
pp. 769-770(2)

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