"The great scientists of the scientific revolution--Kepler, Galileo, Descartes, Newton, and Leibniz--thought deeply about the relationship between the mathematical structure of the physical world and its Creator. Since the Enlightenment, however, this relationship has been widely neglected. In this collection of essays, Bovell draws on many sources in contemporary philosophy, theology, and mathematics to provide a fresh addition to the literature on this important topic."
--James Bradley, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Calvin College
"Bovell's training in mathematics, theology, and philosophy is evident in each chapter of this book. He manages to draw interesting and nontrivial connections between these disciplines in unique ways. . . . Regardless of whether one agrees with the claims made, those interested in interdisciplinary questions will want to give serious attention to the issues Bovell addresses."
--Russell Howell, Professor of Mathematics, Westmont College
"Bovell has thought deeply about the challenges for integrating Christian faith and mathematics. He gives caution and shows specific, mathematical content where such integration may be exceptionally fruitful. This is a scholarly book that will be a great resource to Christian teachers of mathematics. If you want to integrate your faith with the mathematics you teach, this book will help you know where to begin."
--Jonathan Zderad, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Northwestern College