Creation magazine archive > Volume 14, Issue 3
Volume 14, Issue 3
Published June 1992
Is evolution above the law?
Editorial by Robert Doolan
Letters to the Editor
The 'oldest known fly'—a lesson in caution
by Joachim Scheven
|7 –9||Focus: News of interest about creation and evolution|
Dinosaurs and dragons: stamping on the legends
Feature Article by Russell M. Grigg
Creation science news
Fresh dinosaur bones found
Feature Article by Margaret Helder, Ph.D.
Is your baby a person?
by Jon. D. Galloway, B.Sc.
Wilhelm Schmidt and the origin of religion
by Greg Hanington
Creation think-tank in two volumes
by Carl Wieland
Evolution of a phantom
Click! Goes creation
Feature Article by Robert Doolan
The bat, the shrew, and the impossible ‘brew’
by Robert Kofahl
The case of the ‘missing’ geologic time
Feature Article by Andrew A. Snelling
Can evolution’s long ages be squeezed into Genesis?
by Charles V. Taylor
Our World (Creation for Kids)
Creation For Kids
DNA dating—positive evidence that the fossils are
Science Spot by Carl Wieland
Where does history begin?
Feature Article by Clifford A. Wilson
A surgeon looks at creation
Interview by Ken Ham
Sharks and rays: fish with no ancestors
by Robert Doolan
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