Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology
The ISCAST Online Journal, Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology (CPOSAT), online from March 2006, is a forum for those exploring the interaction between science, technology and the Christian faith. The intended readers are Christians interested in science and technology as well as scientists or technologists interested in the Christian faith. It is likely that readers will have a university degree or its equivalent but we do not assume that they will have specialised knowledge of a branch of science or theology.
The opinions expressed in the papers are not necessarily those of the Editorial Team or of the ISCAST Board.
Papers in the Online Journal fall into the following categories:
ARTICLES (of 3500 to 9000 words) of academic standard, subject to refereeing. Survey articles may also be included.
OPINION: Less formal contributions (up to 2500 words). These will be moderated by the editor, but not formally refereed.
REVIEWS: Book or lecture reviews (of 400 to 600 words).
REFLECTIONS: Devotional or contemplative pieces.
DISCUSSIONS: Material intended to provide a broad introduction or overview of a particular topic or theme.
To make a journal submission please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions should be sent to the editor as email attachments.
Please download the Information for Authors and the Copyright Information:
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Bruce Craven, BSc, BA(Hons), MSc, DSc (Melb)
Honorary Principal Fellow, Dept. of Mathematics& Statistics, University of Melbourne, Australia
Helen Joynt, BSc, BEd (Melb), BD(Hons) (MCD), MA, PhD (Melb)
Formerly Middle Eastern Studies Dept., Melbourne University. Retired teacher and editor.
Patsy Robertson, MBChB (Otago), MMed (Imaging) (Syd), GCUT (Melb), FRANZCR
Radiology Dept., University of Melbourne, Australia
Ross Macmillan, FRMTC, BE (Melb), ME (Cant), Ass. Dip Theol. (ACT), MIE Aust
Honorary Senior Fellow, Dept. of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Robert Joynt, BSc(Hons)(Monash), MEngSci (Monash), BA (Melb.)
Formerly engineering research and air pollution studies in government and private industry
Kathlyn Ronaldson, BSc, MSc, DPhil (Waikato), MPH (Monash), Dip Christian Studies (Regent)
Senior Research Fellow in Drug Epidemiology, Monash University