#### Submissions from 2019

Schedule (2019), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

Table of Contents (2019), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

Introduction (2019), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

Paper Abstracts (2019), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences

Addressing Challenges in Creating Math Presentations, David Schweitzer

Analyzing the Impact of Active Learning in General Education Mathematics Courses, Amanda Harsy, Marie Meyer, Michael Smith, and Brittany Stephenson

A Unifying Project for a TEX/CAS Course, Andrew Simoson

Charles Babbage and Mathematical Aspects of the Miraculous, Courtney K. Taylor

Computer Science: Creating in a Fallen World, Russell Tuck

Developing Mathematicians: The Benefits of Weaving Spiritual and Disciplinary Discipleship, Patrick Eggleton

Factors that Motivate Students to Learn Mathematics, Dave Klanderman, Sarah Klanderman, Benjamin Gliesmann, Josh Wilkerson, and Patrick Eggleton

Faith, Mathematics, and Science: The Priority of Scripture in the Pursuit and Acquisition of Truth, Bob Mallison

From Perfect Shuffles to Landau's Function, Brian D. Beasley

Is Mathematical Truth Time Dependent? Comments from a Paper by Judith Grabiner, Richard Stout

Lagrange's Interpolation, Chinese Remainder, and Linear Equations, Jesús Jiménez

Marin Mersenne: Minim Monk and Messenger; Monotheism, Mathematics, and Music, Karl-Dieter Crisman

Maximum Elements of Ordered Sets and Anselm's Ontological Argument, Doug Ward

Models, Values, and Disasters, Michael H. Veatch

Numerical Range of Toeplitz Matrices over Finite Fields, Derek Thompson, Maddison Guillaume Baker, and Amish Mishra

Overcoming Stereotypes through a Liberal Arts Math Course, Jessica Hamm

Replacing Remedial Mathematics with Corequisites in General Education Mathematics Courses, Alana Unfried

Teaching Mathematics at an African University -- My Experience, Kathleen Lewis

The Applicability of Mathematics and The Naturalist Die, Ricardo J. Cordero-Soto

Thinking Beautifully about Mathematics: A View of Mathematics as the Science of Measurable Orders, James M. Turner

Closing Banquet Eulogies, Russell Howell and C. Ray Rosentrater