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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 11, Issue 3
Published December 1997
121 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

253–254 Solar neutrinos—the critical shortfall
                            still elusive Solar neutrinos—the critical shortfall still elusive
Perspective by Andrew Snelling
254–255 Galaxy-quasar ‘connection’ defies
                            explanation Galaxy-quasar ‘connection’ defies explanation
Perspective by Andrew Snelling
255–256 Cosmic snowballs bombard the Earth? Cosmic snowballs bombard the Earth?
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
257–258 ‘Old’ rocks where they shouldn’t be ‘Old’ rocks where they shouldn’t be
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
258–259 A challenge to traditional cultural anthropology A challenge to traditional cultural anthropology
Perspective by C. Wieland
259–261 Another tropical ice age? Another tropical ice age?
Perspective by M. J. Oard
261–262 Could BIFs be caused by the Fountains of the Great Deep? Could BIFs be caused by the Fountains of the Great Deep?
Perspective by M. J. Oard
262–263 Mechanical biology? Mechanical biology?
Perspective by D. Batten
263 New bat species puzzles evolutionists New bat species puzzles evolutionists
Perspective by C. Wieland
264–273 Comets and the age of the solar system Comets and the age of the solar system
Overview by Danny Faulkner
274–277 Evolution and the Olympics Evolution and the Olympics
Viewpoint by Barry R. Harker
277 What is evolution?What is evolution?
Quotation
278–282 Too much coal for a young earth? Too much coal for a young earth?
Countering the Critic Article by Gerhard Schönknecht and Siegfried Scherer
282 Subjectivity in scientific interpretationSubjectivity in scientific interpretation
Quotation
283–291 Book review: <em>Darwin’s Black Box</em>Book review: Darwin’s Black Box
Book Review by Thane Hutcherson Ury
292–298 The Biotic Message: Evolution versus Message
                    Theory by Walter James ReMineA review of The Biotic Message: Evolution versus Message Theory by Walter James ReMine
Book Review by Don Batten
299–300 How long an evening and morning? How long an evening and morning?
Forum by Otto J. Helweg
301–303 How short an evening and morning? How short an evening and morning?
Forum by David G. Shackelford
303–304 How short an evening and morning?How short an evening and morning?
Forum by David M. Fouts
304–306 How short an evening and morning?How short an evening and morning? Reply
Forum by Otto J. Helweg
307–308 How short an evening and morning?How short an evening and morning?
Letter to the Editor
308–314 The Flood/post-Flood boundaryThe Flood/post-Flood boundary
Letter to the Editor
314–318 Thoughts on Flood geologyThoughts on Flood geology
Letter to the Editor
318–323 Did dinosaurs lay eggs and hatch young during the Flood?Did dinosaurs lay eggs and hatch young during the Flood?
Letter to the Editor
323–326 Earth’s division in Peleg’s day?Earth’s division in Peleg’s day?
Letter to the Editor
326–327 Genesis 2:5 and the plantsGenesis 2:5 and the plants
Letter to the Editor
327–328 Biblical chronologyBiblical chronology
Letter to the Editor
328 Cainan of Luke 3:36Cainan of Luke 3:36
Letter to the Editor
328–329 Archaeology and chronologyArchaeology and chronology
Letter to the Editor
330–334 Gold placers in Earth historyGold placers in Earth history
Paper by Alexander V. Lalomov and Serguei E. Tabolitch
335–343 An experiment on the erosion rates of rocksAn experiment on the erosion rates of rocks
Paper by Christopher Chui
344–352 What does min mean?What does min mean?
Paper by Pete J. Williams
353–360 Understanding poisons from a creationist perspectiveUnderstanding poisons from a creationist perspective
Paper by Jerry Bergman
361–374 British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth
                    century: part 2 British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 2
Paper by Terry Mortenson

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