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Journal of Creation

Volume 26, Issue 1
Published April 2012
127 pages

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3–4 Click to view PDF Post-Flood man is becoming smarter and more human
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–6 Click to view PDF The moon’s former magnetic field—still a huge problem for evolutionists (Pre-publication)
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
7–10 Click to view PDF Neutrinos faster than light?—will relativity need revising? (Pre-publication)
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
10–12 Click to view PDF Does biological advantage imply biological origin?
Perspective by Shaun Doyle
13–14 Click to view PDF Thermal isostasy—a new look at its potential to advance diluvial geology
Perspective by Emil Silvestru
15–16 Click to view PDF Fossil ranges continue to expand
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
17–20 Click to view PDF Accessible apologetics
A review of Who Made God? Searching for a Theory of Everything by Edgar Andrews
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
20–23 Click to view PDF Theistic evolutionary doublespeak
A review of The Language of Science and Faith by Karl W. Giberson and Francis S. Collins
Book Review by Lita Cosner
24–30 Click to view PDF Desperate attempts to discover ‘the elusive process of evolution’
A review of The Altenberg 16: An Exposé of the Evolution Industry by Suzan Mazur
Book Review by Walter J. ReMine
31–36 Click to view PDF Evolution Answers Book?
A review of The Magic of Reality by Richard Dawkins
Book Review by Philip Bell
37–39 Click to view PDF Does excess Ar support RATE’s 6,000-year-old Earth?
Letter to the Editor from Carl Froede Jr. Reply: D. Russell Humphreys
40–41 Click to view PDF Thutmose III was not the Shishak of 1 Kings 14:25–26
Letter to the Editor from Drew Worthen. Reply: Patrick Clarke
41–42 Click to view PDF Flood models and biblical realism
Letter to the Editor from Greg Demme
43–47 Click to view PDF Human dominion and reproduction
Viewpoint by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
48–53 Click to view PDF Anders Breivik—Social Darwinism leads to mass murder
Paper by Jerry Bergman
54–60 Click to view PDF Is the human genome nearly identical to chimpanzee?—a reassessment of the literature
Paper by Jerry Bergman and Jeffrey Tomkins
61–70 Click to view PDF Three early arguments for deep time—part 2: volcanism
Paper by John K. Reed
71–75 Click to view PDF The origin of American Indian populations
Paper by Tjarko Evenboer and Peer Terborg
76–85 Click to view PDF The proportion of polypeptide chains which generate native folds—part 5: experimental extraction from random sequences
Paper by Royal Truman
86–93 Click to view PDF The proportion of polypeptide chains which generate native folds—part 6: extraction from random sequences
Paper by Royal Truman
94–100 Click to view PDF Genomic monkey business—estimates of nearly identical human-chimp DNA similarity re-evaluated using omitted data
Paper by Jeffrey Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
101–105 Click to view PDF Is plate tectonics occurring today?
Paper by John Baumgardner
106–115 Click to view PDF Does Genesis allow any scientific theory of origin?—a response to J.P. Dickson (Pre-publication)
Paper by Benno Zuiddam
116–123 Click to view PDF Should creationists accept quantum mechanics? (Pre-publication)
Essay by Jonathan Sarfati
124–127 Click to view PDF Adam—Man of clay
Essay by Ian T. Taylor

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