Cosmic Christ Connections
Exploring the Biblical Worldview
“The Use of Science in Theology: Case Studies of Thomas F. Torrance and Langdon B. Gilkey.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Andrews University, February, 2004. Ann Arbor, MI: Proquest/UMI, 2004, 470 pages.
The Cosmic Christ of Scripture: How to Read God’s Three Books. (Northern Caribbean University Press, soon to be published), 150 pages.
“Contextualizing Teaching and Learning in the College of Graduate Education and Leadership (CGEL) at Northern Caribbean University: Principles and Strategies.” In Self Study submitted to accrediting body: University Council of Jamaica, 2003, 26 pages.
“The Good News About Gospel of God: 21st Ministry and the Sanctuary.” Issues in Theology and Spiritual Leadership (ITSL) 4/1 (2002): 45-74.
“The Harmonious Development of Faith and Learning at Northern Caribbean University.” ITSL 3/1 (2001): 67-104.
“The Divine-Human Christ: Unveiling Divinity in Humanity,” ITSL, 2/1 (2000): 19-40.
“Science and Theology.” Concluding chapter in Creation, Catastrophe, and Calvary: Why a Global Flood is Vital to the Atonement, ed. John Templeton Baldwin. Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald, 2000, 172-208.
“The Pre-Advent Explosion of Knowledge: Scripture Authority and Plural Revelations,” Issues in Theology and Spiritual Leadership (ITSL), 1/1 (1999): 11-35.
“Review of Christian Apologetics in a Postmodern World, by Timothy R. Phillips.” Andrews
University Seminary Studies (AUSS) 37 (Spring 1999): 140-142.
”The Servant-Master Roles of the Laws of Christ, of Scripture, and of Nature.” Journal of the Adventist Theological Society (JATS) 9/1-2 (1998): 278-309.
“Review of Reported Miracles: A Critique of Hume, by Joseph Houston.” AUSS 36 (Autumn 1998): 293-294.
“Review of The Creation-Evolution Debates, by Ronald L. Numbers.” AUSS 36 (1998): 301-303.
“A Study of Acts 2:14-24; 16:16-38; 18:1-24.” Celebration (September 1996): 26.
Seventh-day Adventist Theological Bibliography (1851-1994). (Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI), 1995.
“Science and Theology: Focusing the Complementary Lights of Jesus, Scripture and Nature,” JATS 6 (1995): 6-51.
“Review of Nature, Reality and the Sacred: The Nexus of Science and Religion, by Langdon Gilkey.” AUSS 33 (Autumn 1995): 300-302.
“Review of Christ before the Manger: The Life and Times of the Preincarnate Christ, by Ron Rhodes.” AUSS 33 (Autumn 1995): 318-319.
“Review of The Myth of Religious Neutrality: An Essay on the Hidden Role of Religious Beliefs in Theories, by Roy A. Clouser.” AUSS 32 (Spring-Summer 1992): 121-123.
“(Re) Creative Word and Spirit: The Cosmic Relevance of Seventh-day Adventist Theology.”
Paper and Poster presentation at Scholarship Fair (2005),
Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary,
Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI.
“The Vertical and Horizontal Dimensions of Biblical Stewardship” (2004).
1. “The Christ of Scripture: Stewardship Incarnate.”
2. “Cosmic Stewardship: Christ for the World.”
3. “Stewardship of the Body of Christ: Church in the World.”
4. “Stewardship of Money: A Spiritual Gift from Christ.”
5. “Budgeting for Eternity with Christ: Treasures in Heaven.”
Presented for Central and East Jamaica Conferences, Jamaica.
“The Holy Spirit of Prophecy: Full of God and Loving It.” (2003).
1. Andrews Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church, Kingston, Jamaica;
2. Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Nassau, Bahamas;
3. North Bahamas Mission, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
“Spirit of Prophecy Issues and Our Research Center” (2003).
Camp Meeting, West Jamaica Conference, Montego Bay, Jamaica.
“Christ in Caribbean Context.” (2002).
Theological Symposium 2002, Northern Caribbean University.
“The History of Science-Theology Relations.( (2001).
Theological Symposium 2001, Northern Caribbean University.
1. Meadowvale Seventh-day Adventist Church, Kingston, Jamaica;
2. Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Nassau Bahamas;
3. North Bahamas Mission, Freeport Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
“Here Comes the Bride: A Theological Dialogue on Ecclesiology.” (2000).
Theological Symposium 2000, Northern Caribbean University.
“Twenty-first Century Theology: Divine-Human Dialogue.( (1999).
The K. G. Vaz Lecture Series, February 25-27, 1999, Northern Caribbean University.
“Integration of Faith and Learning.( (1999).
Central Jamaica Conference, Tertiary Students( Retreat.
“The Servant-Master Roles of Christ, Scripture and Nature in Faith and Practice.( (1998).
First International Jerusalem Bible Conference, June 8-14, Hotel Ramat Rachel, Jerusalem.
Many other sermons, seminars, and lectures have been presented in the Bahamas, Jamaica, and in the United States.
Martin Frederick Hanna
Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary
Berrien Springs, MI
Home Phone: 269-978-2456
Work Phone: 269-471-3433