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Journal of Creation

Volume 26, Issue 3
Published December 2012
127 pages

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3–4 Click to view PDF Further evidence of only one large Lake Missoula flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–7 Click to view PDF New science on the young sun, and Earth migration
Perspective by Wayne Spencer
8–10 Click to view PDF ‘Feathered’ dinos—no feathers after all! [Pre-publication version]
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
11–12 Click to view PDF The power of evolution in ‘feathered dinosaurs’
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12–14 Click to view PDF Mercury’s crust is magnetized—more evidence for a young solar system
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
15–17 Click to view PDF The puzzle of disharmonious associations during the Ice Age
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
18–20 Click to view PDF The search for meaning, and what it means
A review of Surprised by Meaning: Science, Faith, and How We Make Sense of Things by Alister E. McGrath
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
21–24 Click to view PDF Dalai Lama—Nobel laureate Darwinism critic
A review of The Universe in a Single Atom by Tenzin Gyatso
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
25–28 Click to view PDF Who is being divisive about creation?
A review of Seven Days that Divide the World by John Lennox
Book Review by Lita Cosner
29–34 Click to view PDF A theistic paleontologist with dubious theology and little-better science
A review of Evolution and Belief: Confessions of a Religious Paleontologist by Robert J. Asher
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
34–37 Click to view PDF A lesson in rational thinking
A review of An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming by Nigel Lawson
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
38–39 Click to view PDF The authoritative dinosaur book
A review of Dinosaur Challenges and Mysteries by Michael J. Oard
Book Review by Brian Thomas
40–42 Click to view PDF The Holocaust—Darwinists tried and found guilty
A review of Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race by Dieter Kuntz (Ed.)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
43 Click to view PDF Is the earth still underpopulated?
Letter to the Editor from Anthony Smith. Reply: Andrew Kulikovsky
43–44 Click to view PDF Creation and the courtroom—what is the right strategy?
Letter to the Editor from Shaun Doyle. Reply: Rachael Denhollander
45–46 Click to view PDF An impact Flood submodel—dealing with issues
Letter to the Editor from Rod Bernitt. Reply: Michael J. Oard
46–47 Click to view PDF A new magnetic field theory and Flood model
Letter to the Editor from Lance Reece. Reply: Don Stenberg
47–49 Click to view PDF Could most of the earth’s U, Th, and K have been in the mantle prior to the Flood?
Letter to the Editor from John Baumgardner. Reply: Don Stenberg
50–53 Click to view PDF ‘Ancient’ coral growth layers
Countering the Critics by Robert W. Carter
54–59 Click to view PDF The evolutionary paradox of the Roraima pollen of South America is still not solved
Countering the Critics by Emil Silvestru
60–67 Click to view PDF Vas deferens—refuting ‘bad design’ arguments
Countering the Critics by E. van Niekerk
68–75 Click to view PDF Do radioisotope methods yield trustworthy relative ages for the earth’s rocks?
Viewpoint by John Baumgardner
76–78 Click to view PDF Recent challenges to natural selection
Viewpoint by Phil Gaskill and Brian Thomas
79–84 Click to view PDF ‘The Queen of the South’ is ‘the Queen of Egypt’
Viewpoint by David Austin
85–91 Click to view PDF Egyptian coins in the time of Joseph
Viewpoint by Patrick Clarke
92–94 Click to view PDF William Robin Thompson—creation scientist
Paper by Jerry Bergman
95–100 Click to view PDF Creationism and millennialism among the Church Fathers
Paper by Andrew Sibley
101–106 Click to view PDF Information Theory—part 1: overview of key ideas
Paper by Royal Truman
107–114 Click to view PDF Information Theory—part 2: weaknesses in current conceptual frameworks
Paper by Royal Truman
115–119 Click to view PDF Information Theory—part 3: introduction to Coded Information Systems
Paper by Royal Truman
120–127 Click to view PDF Is plate tectonics really occurring today?
Paper by Michael J. Oard

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