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Journal of Creation

Volume 24, Issue 3
Published December 2010
127 pages

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3–5 Click to view PDF Homo gautengensis—new species of alleged apeman is just another australopith
Perspective by Peter Line
5–7 Click to view PDF Further expansion of evolutionary fossil time ranges
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10 Click to view PDF NASA pictures support biblical origin for Moon
Perspective by Tas Walker
10–12 Click to view PDF Photosynthetic sea slugs: an evolutionary enigma
Perspective by Shaun Doyle
13–14 Click to view PDF Neutrinos—the not-so-neutral particles
Perspective by Emil Silvestru
15–18 Click to view PDF Yet another evolutionist attack on Intelligent Design
A review of Creationism’s Trojan Horse by Barbara Forrest and Paul R. Gross
Book Review by Lita Cosner
18–21 Click to view PDF The Fall and the inspiration for science
A review of The Fall of Man and the Foundations of Science by Peter Harrison
Book Review by Lael Weinberger
22–23 Click to view PDF A sloppy kind of Christianity
A review of A New Kind of Christianity: Ten Questions That Are Transforming the Faith by Brian McLaren
Book Review by James Patrick Holding
24–26 Click to view PDF Dubious and dangerous exposition
A review of The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate by John H. Walton
Book Review by Dominic Statham
26–29 Click to view PDF New study shows the importance of Genesis creation for early apologist’s Christology
A review of Irenaeus and Genesis: A study of Competition in Early Christian Hermeneutics by Thomas Holsinger-Friesen
Book Review by Lita Cosner
29–31 Click to view PDF Making sense of how an atheist is made
A review of The Making of an Atheist: How Immorality Leads to Unbelief by James S. Spiegel
Book Review by Brian Thomas
32–33 Click to view PDF Personal paths of persuasion
A review of Persuaded by the Evidence: True Stories of Faith, Science, & the Power of a Creator by Doug Sharp and Dr. Jerry Bergman, Compilation Editors
Book Review by David J. Oberpriller
34–39 Click to view PDF Critics of helium evidence for a young world now seem silent?
Letter to the Editor by Gary H. Loechelt. Reply: Russell Humphreys
39–41 Click to view PDF Is Hatshepsut the biblical ‘Queen of Sheba’?
Letter to the Editor by David Down. Reply: Patrick Clarke
41–42 Click to view PDF Gospel in the stars
Letter to the Editor by Derek Marvin
42–43 Click to view PDF The search for earth-like planets
Letter to the Editor by Rod Bernitt. Reply: Wayne Spencer
44–45 Click to view PDF Is there a future for Christian education?
Viewpoint by Chris Ashcraft
46–53 Click to view PDF Flood models and biblical realism
Viewpoint by Jonathan Sarfati
54–59 Click to view PDF Mature creation and seeing distant starlight
Viewpoint by Don B. DeYoung
60–66 Click to view PDF How did they build the Great Pyramid?—an architect’s proposal
Paper by Trevor Harris
67–72 Click to view PDF Post-Flood mutation of the KIT gene and the rise of white coloration patterns
Paper by Jean K. Lightner
73–75 Click to view PDF 4 Vesta, achondritic meteorites and Flood bombardment
Paper by Carl R. Froede Jr.
76–81 Click to view PDF The origin of the Carboniferous coal measures—part 1: Lessons from history
Paper by Joanna F. Woolley
82–86 Click to view PDF Manganese nodules and the age of the ocean floor
Paper by Kenneth Patrick
87–93 Click to view PDF Is the K/T the post-Flood boundary?—part 2: paleoclimates and fossils
Paper by Michael J. Oard
94–100 Click to view PDF Behemoth and leviathan in the book of Job
Paper by Mart-Jan Paul
101–105 Click to view PDF Using facial angle to prove evolution and the human race hierarchy
Paper by Jerry Bergman
106–116 Click to view PDF A receding Flood scenario for the origin of the Grand Canyon
Paper by Peter Scheele
117–121 Click to view PDF Identification of a large sparrow-finch monobaramin in perching birds (Aves: Passeriformes)
Paper by Jean K. Lightner
122–127 Click to view PDF Robert L. Dabney—a rock in the storm of 19th century natural history
Essay by John K. Reed

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