Stephen E. Jones
Phillip E. Johnson: Complete web links: Page #1
[Phillip E. Johnson index page]
Page #1 (this page): [now in reverse date order-most recent uppermost]
Page #2 (next page):
See also Prof. Johnson's
Weekly Wedge Update.
ABOUT Phillip E. Johnson:
- Phillip E. Johnson,
Biola Torrey Honors Institute Home Page, 2002?
- Who is
Phillip E. Johnson?, InterVarsity Press Wedge of Truth author page, 2002
- Phillip E. Johnson,
rabbi, Terry Mattingly's religion column for 04/17/2002.
Intelligent design's public defender, San Francisco Chronicle, April 21, 2002 .
Ghost in My Machine: by Phillip E. Johnson, Touchstone Magazine, October, 2001.
in the Dock:A History of Johnson’s Wedge, by Stephen C. Meyer. Touchstone Magazine,
- Why Does the University Fear Phillip
Johnson? Raymond G. Bohlin, Probe Ministries: Dec. 28, 1999. Also: leaderu.com.
- The Making of a Revolution.
By Tim Stafford, Christianity Today, December 8, 1997, Vol. 41, No. 14, p.16. Also: arn.org.
- You say you want a
devolution?. Grelen J., World Magazine, November 22, 1997.
- The Evolution of a Creationist. By
Russell Schoch, Editor, California Monthly magazine, the alumni magazine of the University of
California at Berkeley, November 1991.
BOOKS by Johnson:
The Right Questions: T , Meaning & Public Debate: Intervarsity Press, 2002.
The Wedge of Truth: Splitting the Foundations of Naturalism: Intervarsity Press, 2000.
Objections Sustained: Subversive Essays on Evolution, Law & Culture: Intervarsity Press, 2000.
Johnson P.E. & Lamoureux D.O., Darwinism Defeated?
The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate on Biological Origins, Regent College Press: Vancouver BC, 1999.
Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds: Intervarsity Press, 1997.
Intelligent Design. Chapter 5 of "Defeating
Darwinism by Opening Minds", Johnson, PE. 1997, InterVarsity Press, Downers Grove, Illinois.
Reason in the Balance: The Case Against Naturalism in Science, Law & Education: Intervarsity Press, 1995.
Darwin on Trial: Intervarsity Press, Second edition, 1993.
Criminal Law: Cases, Materials and Text (American Casebook Series): West Information Publishing Group, 5th edition, 1995.
INTERVIEWS of Johnson:
- The Dick Staub
Interview. Christianity Today, December 3, 2002.
Christian Book Distributors, Inc. ARN Email
interview conducted the week of August 14, 2000. Access Research Network.
RadicalAn Interview with Phillip E. Johnson by James M. Kushiner, November 2000.
- An intelligent
discussion with Intelligent Design's designer. By Nancy R. Pearcey, World Magazine,
July 29, 2000.
Evolution and the Curriculum. A Conversation with Phillip Johnson and Gregg Easterbrook Ethics and Public Policy
Center, February 2000, No. 4.
- Phillip E.
Johnson is a dangerous man. Silicon Valley Magazine, San Jose Mercury News, January 9,
- Johnson Challenges
Advocates of Evolution. Insight on the News, October 25, 1999.
- Witnesses for
the Prosecution. Darwin on Trial author brings together anti-Darwin coalition to
bring down evolution, by Joel Belz, World Magazine November 30, 1996. Also: origins.org.
- Very Intelligent
Design. By Joel Belz, World Magazine, November 30, 1996. Also: origins.org.
- Reason in
the Balance. An Interview with Phil Johnson, The Real Issue, January 1995.
- Interview with Phillip
Johnson. Interview by Christian psychologist Dr. Joseph S. Busey, 1992.
- Darwinists Squirm Under
Spotlight. Interview with Citizen Magazine, January 1992.
NEWS about Johnson
ARTICLES by Johnson:
How Much Does It Cost? (On Jacob Marley's Ghost). Touchstone Magazine, Vol. 15,
No. 10, December 2002.
Recognizing the Power of Religion. Touchstone Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 2, March 2002.
Back Home in Mitford. Touchstone Magazine, Vol. 14, No. 10, December 2001.
Meave Leakey Announces New Hominid Genus. Lecture Report, Access Research Network
27 March 2001.
Reflections on C.S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength. First Things, March 1, 2000. Also:
The Religious Implications of Teaching Evolution. The Chronicle of Higher Education,
November 12, 1999.
- The Wedge: Breaking
the Modernist Monopoly on Science. Touchstone, July/August 1999.
- The Church of
Darwin. The Wall Street Journal, Monday, August 16, 1999. Leadership University,
10 September 1999. Also:
- What Would Newton
Do?. First Things, November 1998. Also: arn.org.
- Overestimating the power of science. Commonweal, June 5, 1998.
- The Gorbachev of
Darwinism. First Things, January 1998. Also: leaderu.com.
- Tuning Up Your
Baloney Detector. Cornerstone, Vol. 26, Issue 112, 1997, pp.12-16,18.
- Converted to the Past: The appeal of Orthodoxy. Books
& Culture Magazine, Sep/Oct 1997, Vol.3, No. 5, p.22.
- The Unraveling of
Scientific Materialism. First Things, November 1997. Also:
Materialism. Boston Review, February/March 1997.
- Is God Unconstitutional?:
The Established Religious Philosophy of America. Access Research Network, 1996. Also:
leaderu.com Part 1 & Part 2.
- Comparing Hostage-Takers.
First issue of The Pascal Centre Notebook, Redeemer College, Ancaster, Ontario. Also:
and the End of Law. First Things, March 1993. Also:
- Creator or Blind
Watchmaker?. Access Research Network. Reprinted from First Things, January 1993.
- Evolution as Dogma: The
Establishment of Naturalism. Foundation for Thought and Ethics. Reprinted from First
Things, October 1990. Responses of
Critics to Phillip Johnson.
Phillip Johnson: A Reply to My Critics.
Position Paper on Darwinism. Campion Center, November 30, 1989.
REVIEWS by Johnson:
What the Good Man Knows. Review of "Law Without Values: The Life, Work, and Legacy
of Justice Holmes." By Albert W. Alschuler. University of Chicago Press. First
Things, Vol. 114, June/July 2001, pp.46-48.
The Darkness in Plato’s Cave. Review of "In Plato’s Cave", by Alvin Kernan. First
Things, Vol. 104, June/July 2000, pp.59-62.
- The Robot Rebellion of
Richard Dawkins. Review of "Unweaving the Rainbow", by Richard Dawkins. Also at:
Matters. Review of "In Defense of Natural Law", by Robert P. George, in First Things,
Vol. 97, November 1999, pp.70-74. Also: discovery.org &
- The Tower of Babel:
The Evidence against the New Creationism. By Robert Pennock. Review of in Books & Culture,
September/October 1999, Vol. 5, No. 5, Page 30.
Rediscovered. Review of "The Great Disruption: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of
Social Order", by Francis Fukuyama. Encyclopaedia Britannica reprint of National Review,
May 31, 1999.
- The Fugitive Slave and the
Transcendentalist. Review of "The Trial of Anthony Burns: Freedom and Slavery in
Emerson's Boston", by Albert J. von Frank, in Books & Culture, May/June, 1998, Vol.4, No. 3,
- Material Principle. Review of "Rock of Ages: Science and
Religion in the Fullness of Life," by Stephen Jay Gould. Commonweal, April 23, 1999.
- Thomas Huxley, A Pioneer in a Still-Raging
Scientific Debate, Washington Times, Sunday, January 4, 1998, Books, Page: B8.
- Those Madcap Menendez Boys. Review of "Moral Judgement: Does the
Abuse Excuse Threaten Our Legal System?", by James Q. Wilson, in Books & Culture
Magazine, Nov/Dec 1997, Vol. 3, No. 6, p.12.
- The Law Written on the Heart.
Review of "Written on the Heart: The Case for Natural Law, by J. Budziszewski, 1997,
"Coercion and Conscience", Books & Culture, July/August 1997, Vol. 3, No. 4, p.12.
- Genius and Plod. Review of
"In Search of Churchill", by Martin Gilbert and "Everyman Revived: The Common Sense of
Michael Polanyi", by Drusilla Scott, 1997.
- The Storyteller and
the Scientist. Review of "Climbing Mount Improbable" by Richard Dawkins and "Darwin's
Black Box" by Michael Behe. First Things, October 1996. Also:
- Left Behind. Review of "The
Twilight of Common Dreams" by Todd Gitlin, in Books and Culture, Sept/Oct 1996.
- Harter's Precept.
Review of "The Social Misconstruction of Reality", by Richard F. Hamilton, 1996.
- Pomo Science. A review of
"Science Wars" in "Social Text", Vol. 14, Nos. 1-2, 1996; and "The End of Science", by
John Horgan. Books and Culture, Nov.-Dec. 1996.
- Starting a Conversation about
Evolution. Review of "The Battle of the Beginnings", by Del Ratzsch, 1996.
- Paul Feyerabend's Choice for
Freedom. Review of "Killing Time", the Autobiography of Paul Feyerabend, "Wundergadfly"
in Books and Culture, March/April 1996.
- The Limits of
Pragmatism. Review of "Overcoming Law", by Richard A. Posner, in First Things, Vol. 59,
January 1996, pp.52-54. Also: leaderu.com.
- Daniel Dennett's Dangerous Idea.
Review of "Darwin's Dangerous Idea", by Daniel Dennett, in The New Criterion, October, 1995.
- The Belief That Works Best.
Review of "Science and Religion in the Era of William James", by Paul Jerome Croce,
- The Law and Politics of Religious
Freedom: A Revolution in the Making. Review of "Foreordained Failure", by Steven D. Smith,
1995 and "Mere Creatures of the State?" by William Bentley Ball, 1995. Also: ucsb.edu.
- Engaging the Third Culture.
Review of "The Third Culture", by John Brockman, 1995.
The Soul of the American University. Review of "How the Universities Were Lost", by
George Marsden, and "Faith and Knowledge", by Douglas Sloan, in First Things, March 1995.
- Judicial Power and
American Character. Review of "The Judicial Culture Wars", by Robert F. Nagel, First Things,
May 1995. Also: origins.org.
The Swedish Syndrome. Review of "The Culture of Disbelief: How American Law and Politics
Trivialize Religious Devotion", By Stephen L. Carter, First Things, December 1993. Also:
- Domesticating Darwin.
Review of "In Search of Human Nature, by Carl Degler, First Things, May 1993. Also: origins.org.
- The Creationist and the
Sociobiologist: Two Stories About Illiberal Education. Review of "Illiberal Education",
by Dinesh D'Souza". From California Law Review, Vol. 80, Number 4, July 1992.
- The Extinction of Darwinism.
Review of "Extinction: Bad Genes or Bad Luck?", by David M. Raup, 1991, in The Atlantic,
- Chapter and Verse: A Skeptic
Revisits Christianity. Review of "Chapter and Verse: A Skeptic Revisits Christianity", by
Mike Bryan, First Things, December, 1991.
Copyright © 1999-2007, by Stephen E. Jones. All rights reserved. This page and its
contents may be used for non-commercial purposes only.
If used on the Internet, a link back to my home page at
http://members.iinet.net.au/~sejones would be appreciated.
Created: 22 August, 1999. Updated: 24 March, 2007.