Share
A- A A+
Journal of Creation Volume 12 Issue 1 Cover

Journal of Creation archive > Volume 12 Issue 1

Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 12, Issue 1
Published April 1998
126 pages

Click here to subscribe to the Journal of Creation

PDF icon Click on the PDF icons below to view any of these articles as a PDF in a new window. You can save the PDF to your computer from there or right click on the icon below and click on 'save target as' (or similar). Some of these documents have been OCR-scanned and may contain minor typographical errors not in the original article. If you notice any, please contact us.

Contents:

Page

Title

1–3 A shrinking date for 'Eve' A shrinking date for ‘Eve’
Perspective by Carl Wieland
3–5 esign in living organisms (motors) Design in living organisms (motors)
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
5 Junk DNA (again) Junk DNA (again)
Perspective by Don Batten
5–7 Bird-dinosaur link challenged Bird-dinosaur link challenged
Perspective by M. J. Oard
7–9 New Australian fossil find threatens to upend mammal evolution New Australian fossil find threatens to upend mammal evolution
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
9–10 Another neutrino deficit still a challenge The 100,000-year Milankovitch Cycle of ice ages challenged
Perspective by M. J. Oard
11–12 Another neutrino deficit still a challenge Another neutrino deficit still a challenge
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
12–13  The planet that may be there, after all!The planet that may be there, after all!
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
13–14 Cosmic snowballs questionedCosmic snowballs questioned
Perspective by A. A. Snelling
14 The Gospel and evolutionary naturalism The Gospel and evolutionary naturalism
Quotation
14 Cosmology Cosmology
Quotation
15–19 Caged minds? Creation, modern science and Christianity Caged minds? Creation, modern science and Christianity
by David H. Lane
20–22 If God created the universe, then
                            who created God?If God created the universe, then who created God?
Countering the Critic Article by Jonathan Sarfati
23–28 Book review: The Battle of Beginnings Book review: The Battle of Beginnings
Book Review
28–29  Book review: <em>Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds</em> Book review: Defeating Darwinism by Opening Minds
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
29–34  Book review: Climbing Mount ImprobableBook review: Climbing Mount Improbable
Book Review by Jonathan Sarfati
35–37 Philosophy, logic and sciencePhilosophy, logic and science
Letter to the Editor
37–38 The days of Genesis 1The days of Genesis 1
Letter to the Editor
38 Is Genesis poetic?Is Genesis poetic?
Letter to the Editor
38–39  Peleg, and biblical scholarship Peleg, and biblical scholarship
Letter to the Editor
39–40 Cainan of Luke 3:36Cainan of Luke 3:36
Letter to the Editor
40–41 Humanism and modern mathematicsHumanism and modern mathematics
Letter to the Editor
41–46 The post-Flood boundaryThe post-Flood boundary
Letter to the Editor
46–47 Gold placers in Earth historyGold placers in Earth history
Letter to the Editor
48–54 Reports of the death of speed of light decay are premature Reports of the death of speed of light decay are premature
Viewpoint by Malcolm Bowden
55–68 Dinosaurs in the Oardic FloodDinosaurs in the Oardic Flood
Paper by Steven J. Robinson
69–86 Dinosaurs in the Flood: a responseDinosaurs in the Flood: a response
Paper by Michael J. Oard
87–97 Recovery of Neandertal mtDNA: an evaluationRecovery of Neandertal mtDNA: an evaluation
Paper by Marvin Lubenow
98–106 Some remarks preliminary to a biblical chronologySome remarks preliminary to a biblical chronology
Paper by Pete Williams
107–114 Humanism, foundationalism and modern mathematicsHumanism, foundationalism and modern mathematics
Paper by Stephen Ferguson
115–120 Robert Boyle: Christian man of scienceRobert Boyle: Christian man of science
Paper by John Kaplan
121–126 An instrumentalist critique of evolutionAn instrumentalist critique of evolution
Paper by Fergus McGinley

The information on this site can change lives—former atheists tell us so. Why? Because it’s information people haven’t heard before. So keep it coming by supporting the researchers and writers at CMI. Support this site

Copied to clipboard
2771
Product added to cart.
Click store to checkout.
In your shopping cart

Remove All Products in Cart
Go to store and Checkout
Go to store
Total price does not include shipping costs. Prices subject to change in accordance with your country’s store.