The Journal of
The Math3ma Institute
The Journal of The Math3ma Institute is a new home for expository articles on research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) written for the ambitious lay person with interests in these fields of study. Unlike traditional academic outlets, a primary aim of this journal is to draw wide audiences to STEM by demystifying exciting, yet complex, topics and sharing them with clarity.
Prospective authors include faculty members of The Master’s University as well as scholars and research scientists from other institutions who are passionate about their work and wish to make the excitement of their field accessible to a broad audience.
Spring 2022 Issue Available Now!
|The Queen of the Sciences: Reclaiming the Rightful Place of Theology and Creation|
by Abner Chou
|A New Perspective of Entropy|
by Tai-Danae Bradley
|Imitation Learning: The Machine Learning Version of Discipleship|
by Monica B. Vroman
|Christ in Creation|
by John F. MacArthur
Upcoming Issue: Spring 2023
- Joey Kim, The Master’s University
- Miles Stoudenmire, Flatiron Institute
- Matthew McLain, The Master’s University
- John Eickemeyer, The Master’s University
- Joe Francis, The Master’s University
ISSN 2771-4373 (online), ISSN 2771-4365 (print)
Purchase options for our journal’s print edition is coming soon.