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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 14, Issue 1
Published April 2000
123 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4 The age of the
                            jovian planets The age of the jovian planets
Perspective by Ron Samec
4–5 Radioactive decay
                            rate depends on chemical environmentRadioactive decay rate depends on chemical environment
Perspective by Tas Walker
6–7 Problems for
                            ‘giant impact' origin of moonProblems for ‘giant impact' origin of moon
Perspective by Michael Oard
7–8 How well do paleontologists
                            know fossil distributions?How well do paleontologists know fossil distributions?
Perspective by Michael Oard
9–10 Jumping wallaby
                            genes and post-Flood speciationJumping wallaby genes and post-Flood speciation
Perspective by Pierre Jerlström
10–13 How different
                            is the cranial-vault thickness of <em>Homo erectus</em> from modern man?How different is the cranial-vault thickness of Homo erectus from modern man?
Perspective by John Woodmorappe
14–18 Theory and practice: field testing
                biblical geologyTheory and practice: field testing biblical geology
A review of Field Studies in Catastrophic Geology by Carl R. Froede Jr
Book Review by Tas Walker
19–22 Once
                            upon a time ...Once upon a time ...
A review of The Mythology of Modern Dating Methods by John Woodmorappe
Book Review by Michael Oard
23–27 A balanced treatment?? A balanced treatment??
A review of Three Views on Creation and Evolution. Edited by J.P. Moreland and J.M. Reynolds
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
28–34 Designer scienceDesigner science
A review of Intelligent Design: The Bridge between Science and Theology by William A. Dembski
Book Review by Royal Truman
35–39 Antiquity of
                            landformsAntiquity of landforms
Countering the Critics Article by Michael Oard
40–44 The Black Sea
                            floodThe Black Sea flood
Countering the Critics Article by Tas Walker
45 Geologic columnGeologic column
Letter to the Editor
45–46 Humphreys’ cosmologyHumphreys’ cosmology
Letter to the Editor
46–49 Response to Faulkner’s
                            ‘biblically-based cratering theory’Response to Faulkner’s ‘biblically-based cratering theory’
Letter to the Editor
49 The third day—Precambrian
                skeletons in the closetThe third day—Precambrian skeletons in the closet
Letter to the Editor
49–51 So-called error in Luke 3:36So-called error in Luke 3:36
Letter to the Editor
52–59 Flood models:
                            the need for an integrated approachFlood models: the need for an integrated approach
Viewpoint by A.C. McIntosh, T. Edmondson & S. Taylor
60–74 The
                            pre-Flood/Flood boundary at the base of the earth's transition zoneThe pre-Flood/Flood boundary at the base of the earth's transition zone
Paper by M.J. Hunter
75–80 British scriptural
                            geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 6British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 6
Paper by Terry Mortenson
81–90 Ota Benga: the
                            pygmy put on display in a zooOta Benga: the pygmy put on display in a zoo
Paper by Jerry Bergman
91–100 The Galileo affair:
                            history or heroic hagiography?The Galileo affair: history or heroic hagiography?
Paper by Thomas Schirrmacher
101–109 Genesis and catastropheGenesis and catastrophe
Paper by Andy C. McIntosh, Tom Edmondson and Steve Taylor
110–116 The fossil record The fossil record
Paper by John Woodmorappe
117–126 The history of
                            the teaching of human female inferiority in DarwinismThe history of the teaching of human female inferiority in Darwinism
Paper by Jerry Bergman

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