The nineteenth conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, held at Bethel University May 29 - June 1, 2013.

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.

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Submissions from 2013

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19th Conference of The Associations of Christians In The Mathematical Sciences, Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

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Schedule (2013), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

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Table of Contents (2013), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

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Introduction (2013), Eric Gossett

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Paper Abstracts (2013), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

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A Different Approach, Catherine Crockett

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Al-Khwārizmī: Founder of Classical Algebra, Calvin Jongsma

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An Investigation of Hi Ho! Cherry-O Using Markov Chains, Nicholas C. Zoller

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Computing Foundations for the Scientist, Catherine Bareiss and Larry Vail

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Delaware, Dickeson, Assessment and How You Can Help, Greg Crow and Maria Zack

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Euler and the Ongoing Search for Odd Perfect Numbers, Brian D. Beasley

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Expanding Jonathan Edwards’ Typology Program: The Bell Curve as a Type of Christ, Jason Wilson

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Explore Global Opportunities for Mathematics Scholarship, Teaching, and Service, Ron Benbow

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Faith Integration Projects for First-year Students, Doug Phillippy

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Forming the Analytical Society at Cambridge University, Richard Stout

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Googol-part Fugue: Another Imagination of Divine Providence and Game Theory, Gideon Lee

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Insights on the Neyman - Pearson Lemma: Alternative critical regions, and their power., David E. Wetzell

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Leading a Successful Missions Trip in Your Discipline, Tom Nurkkala and Darci Nurkkala

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Life Lessons from Leibniz, Andrew J. Simoson

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Mapping Biblical Commandments to an Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma Framework, Nathan Gossett and Adam Johnson

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Open Source Software: What is it, and why should we Care?, Karl-Dieter Crisman

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Pedagogical Enhancements to the DeSymbol Logic Translator, Darren F. Provine and Nancy Lynn Tinkham

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Perspectives on Chaos: Reflections of a Mathematical Physicist, Kyle Spyksma

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Philosophy Motivates Undergraduates in Mathematics, Dustin Wilson

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Philosophy of “Spinning Wheels”, Loredana Ciurariu

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Reading Assignments and Assessments: Are Your Students Reading Math Texts Before Class, After Class, Both, or Neither?, David Klanderman, Mandi Maxwell, Sharon Robbert, and Bill Boerman-Cornell

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Service-Learning Panel, Dave Klanderman, Josh Wilkerson, and Maria Zack

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Teaching Complex Analysis as a Lab-Type Course with a Focus on Geometric Interpretations using Mathematica, William M. Kinney

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The Structures of the Actual World, Walter J. Schultz and Lisanne D’ Andrea Winslow

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The Unity of Knowledge and the Faithfulness of God: The Theology of Mathematical Physicist John Polkinghorne, Matt DeLong