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Journal of Creation

Volume 27, Issue 2
Published August 2013
127 pages

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3–4 Variable radioactive decay rates and the changes in solar activity
Perspective by Andrew Sibley
5–6 The apparent age of the time dilated universe—explaining the missing intracluster media in globular clusters
Perspective by Ronald G. Samec
7–8 Raindrop imprints and the location of the pre-Flood/Flood boundary
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9–10 Non-Christian philosopher clears up myths about Augustine and the term ‘literal’
Perspective by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
11–12 Lunar formation—collision theory fails
Perspective by Ronald G. Samec
12–13 More secular confusion about the moon’s former magnetic field
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
14 More evidence Australopithecus was an extinct ape
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
15–19 Correctly (or incorrectly?) dividing the Word
A review of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible by Robert J. Hutchinson
Book Review by Daniel Davidson and Bret Kendall
19–20 Latin grammar could have ‘complexified’ during its ‘prehistory’
A review of Sociolinguistic Typology: Social Determinants of Linguistic Complexity by Peter Trudgill
Book Review by Ian Crookston
21–22 Another knowledgable atheist acknowledges the inadequacy of materialistic evolutionary reductionism
A review of Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature
is Almost Certainly False
by Thomas Nagel
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
23–28 Rewriting the days of Genesis
A review of Revisiting the Days of Genesis by B.C. Hodge
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
29–32 Adaptationist speculations, and some experiments—not the power of evolution
A review of Evolution for Everyone by David Sloan Wilson
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
33–36 Settling for Less
A review of God’s Words in Human Words by Kenton L. Sparks
Book Review by J.P. Holding
37–38 If evolutionists inspired Scripture
A review of Seven Glorious Days: A Scientist Retells the Genesis Creation Story by Karl W. Giberson
Book Review by Lita Cosner
39 Do radioisotope methods yield trustworthy relative ages for the earth’s rocks?
Letter from Don Stenberg. Reply: John Baumgardner
39–42 Russell Humphreys’ cosmology
Letter from Randy Speir. Reply: D. Russell Humphreys
43–45 The Flood/post-Flood boundary
Letter from Marcus Ross. Reply: Michael J. Oard
46–48 Global tectonics—clarity, not confusion
Letter from Michael J. Oard. Reply: John Baumgardner
48 A call for research into two areas
Letter from Don Stenberg
49–54 A developing schism in Flood geology
Viewpoint by Carl R. Froede Jr and A. Jerry Akridge
55–61 Click to view PDF The Queen of Sheba and the Ethiopian problem
Viewpoint by Patrick Clarke
62–70 Surficial continental erosion places the Flood/post- Flood boundary in the late Cenozoic
Paper by Michael J. Oard
71–77 Lessons from Augustine’s De Genesi ad Litteram—Libri Duodecim
Paper by Andrew Sibley
78–84 Why consensus science is anti-science
Paper by Jerry Bergman
85–90 It’s a small world—microRNA cuts evolution down to size
Paper by Mike Roe Arneigh
91–98 Two possible mechanisms linking cosmic rays to weather and climate
Paper by Jake Hebert
99–104 Is Genesis 1 just reworked Babylonian myth?
Paper by Murray R. Adamthwaite
105–111 The ‘Darwin’ of German legal theory—Carl von Savigny and the German School of Historical Law
Paper by Augusto Zimmermann
112–119 Can the relative timing of radioisotope dates be applied to biblical geology?
Paper by Michael J. Oard
120–127 The theological corruption of the Evangelical Church
Essay by Andrew S. Kulikovsky

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