## Mathematical Circles: Quadrant I

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Howard Eves (1911-2004), professor of mathematics at University of Maine, wrote a series of books entitled "In Mathematical Circles." He used the division of a circle into 360 degrees to write 360 short essays exposing the variegated beauties, history, people, humor, and applications of mathematics. On this page, James Nickel will follow the same structure with the goal of unveiling the vistas and power of mathematics as seen through Biblical Christian eyes.

###### Degrees: 1 to 40

1: Whither Mathematics Education in the 21st Century?
2: Of Stones, Summation, and Academic Sterility (A Biblical Christian world view of the Calculus)
3: Quotable Quotes in Mathematics
4: Erudite musings from the pen of Stanley L. Jaki (1924-2009)
5: The wonders of the Fibonacci Sequence
6: Math Books: reviews
7: Mathematics Glossary
8: The Incarnation and Modern Science
9: Clocks: The Hertitage of the Christian Faith
10: Saxon Mathematics Program - An Analysis
11: The Mathematics textbooks authored by Harold R. Jacobs - An Analysis
12: Behind The Bible Code
13: The Landscape of Mathematics
14: Note on the Study of Mathematics by Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947)
15: Golden (an ode to the Fibonacci Sequence), by Benjamin Moon
16: Logos, Rationality, and the Development of Scientific Law
17: Why Learn Math?
18: Missing Pieces in Math Education
19: Where Mathematics Fits in God's World - PowerPoint Slide Show
20: Seeing God in Creation through Mathematics - Powerpoint Slide Show
21: Algebra: The Language of Science - Powerpoint Slide Show
22: Mathematics: Questions, Answers, and Wonder - PowerPoint Slide Show
23: A short list of recommended mathematics books (for any school library or interested reader)
24: Multiplying with Napier's Bones - PowerPoint Slide Show
25: The Golden Rectangle - PowerPoint Slide Show
26: Circular Functions (Trigonometry) - PowerPoint Slide Show
27: A Biblical Christian Interpretation of Mathematics (ca. 1984)
28: Zeno's Paradox - PowerPoint Slide Show
29: A short list of arithmetic resources
30: Readings in Science
31: Baloney Detection: The Right Use of Logic and Investigative Procedure - PowerPoint Slide Show
32: Mathematics: The Locus of Reality - PowerPoint Slide Show
33: Mathematics: The Utility of Beauty
34: Algebra and Number Systems: A Stunning Connection
35: Platonic Solids: Why Only Five?
36: The Number of Primes: Limitless
37: Proof that the square root of 2 is irrational
38: Dominoes and Counting
39: Let it Snow
40: Dr. Julia, meet Dr. Mandelbrot