The eleventh conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, held at Wheaton College May 28-31, 1997.
The ACMS has four purposes for impacting the lives of Christians in the mathematical sciences, each arising from and connected to our mission statement and statement of belief:
• To encourage exploration of the relationships among faith, scholarship, and teaching.
• To promote meaningful Christian interaction and relationships, providing a community in which there is no separation between faith life and professional life.
• To encourage research and writing, especially on topics exploring the relationships among faith, scholarship, and teaching.
• To promote innovative and effective teaching.
Submissions from 1997
Schedule (1997), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Table of Contents (1997), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Introduction (1997), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
A Tale of Two Transitions, David Klanderman, Sharon Robbert, and Robert Wheeler
Fractal Geometry and Chaos Theory: From Old Problems to New Models and Methods, Terence H. Perciante
History and Current Situation of Russian church, Ioann S. Goncharov and Gennadiy A. Kalyabin
Mathematics and Values: Can Philosophy Guide Projects?, Michael H. Veatch
Mathematics at Chartres Cathedral, Richard Stout
Solomon's Sea and the Biblical π, Andrew Simoson
The Mathematical Sciences and the Mediator of Creation, W. David Laverell
The Role of Mathematics in Culture, W. James Bradley
Using Java and HTML for Linear Algebra Instruction, Jonathan R. Senning