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Journal of Creation

Volume 26, Issue 2
Published August 2012
127 pages

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3 Click to view PDF Kelp could have produced abundant dropstones during the Flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
4–6 Click to view PDF Mercury’s magnetic field is fading fast—latest spacecraft data confirm evidence for a young solar system
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
6–7 Click to view PDF Is Archaeopteryx a feathered dinosaur?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10 Click to view PDF Finch beaks point to a Creator who provides
Perspective by Jean K. Lightner
10 Click to view PDF Problems with the evolutionary interpretation of limb design
Perspective by Dominic Statham
11–12 Click to view PDF Elasmosaurus? No, you goose …
Perspective by Carl Wieland
12–13 Click to view PDF Woolly and Columbian mammoths likely the same species
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
14–16 Click to view PDF Just-so evolution story
A review of Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God by Greg Graffin and Steve Olson
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
17–20 Click to view PDF Biology well described, but evolution hardly a fact
A review of The Fact of Evolution by Cameron M. Smith
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
20–24 Click to view PDF Scientific orthodoxy, theological innovation
A review of The Cambridge Companion to Science and Religion by Peter Harrison (Ed.)
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
25–29 Click to view PDF Soft secularism is no solution
A review of Worlds Before Adam: The Reconstruction of Geohistory in the Age of Reform by Martin J.S. Rudwick
Book Review by John K. Reed
30–35 Click to view PDF Did God really communicate to man through the Bible?
A review of Did Adam and Eve Really Exist? Who They Were and Why You Should Care by C. John Collins
Book Review by Greg Demme
36–38 Click to view PDF A theological challenge to biblical creation
A review of Darwin, Creation and the Fall: Theological Challenges by R.J. Berry and T.A. Noble (Eds.)
Book Review by Lita Cosner
38–41 Click to view PDF Intelligent Design in review
A review of Intelligent Design 101 by H. Wayne House (Ed.)
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
42–43 Click to view PDF Where is Noah’s Ark?—a closer look at the biblical clues
Letter to the Editor from Anne Habermehl. Reply: D. Russell Humphreys
43–45 Click to view PDF Is Darius, the king of Ezra 6:14–15, the same king as the Artaxerxes of Ezra 7:1?
Letter to the Editor from Brian Schuh. Reply: David Austin
45–49 Click to view PDF Argon diffusion data support RATE’s 6,000-year helium age of the earth
Letter to the Editor from Gary H. Loechelt. Reply: D. Russell Humphreys
50–56 Click to view PDF Wisdom literature and the question of priority—Solomon’s Proverbs or Amenemope’s Instruction
Viewpoint by Patrick Clarke
57–62 Click to view PDF A new magnetic field theory and Flood model—part 1
Viewpoint by Don Stenberg
63–69 Click to view PDF A new magnetic field theory and Flood model—part 2
Viewpoint by Don Stenberg
70–72 Click to view PDF James Tour—leading scientist and Darwin skeptic
Paper by Jerry Bergman
73–81 Click to view PDF An impact Flood submodel—dealing with issues
Paper by Michael J. Oard
82–87 Click to view PDF Evaluating potential post-Flood boundaries with biostratigraphy—the Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary
Paper by Marcus R. Ross
88–99 Click to view PDF An evaluation of codes more compact than the natural genetic code
Paper by Royal Truman
100–109 Click to view PDF Three early arguments for deep time—part 3: the ‘geognostic pile’
Paper by John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard
110–115 Click to view PDF Did the Nazis rewrite the Bible?
Paper by Russell Grigg
116–119 Click to view PDF Terry Hamblin—creationist and pathbreaking scientist
Paper by Jerry Bergman
119 Click to view PDF Errata
120–127 Click to view PDF Defining arguments away—the distorted language of secularism
Essay by Shaun Doyle

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