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Journal of Creation

Volume 28, Issue 2
Published August 2014
127 pages

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3–5 Planation surface and strath terraces point to a Flood origin for the Chinese Loess Plateau
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
6–8 Organized complexity—how atheistic assumptions hinder science
Perspective by Russ White
9–10 Cactus spines, sharper than you may think!
Perspective by Philip Robinson
11–13 Phase problems with the astronomical theory
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
14 Resurgence of the beastly bedbugs
Perspective by Frank Sherwin
15–16 ‘Earliest’ fossil ‘forest’ surprisingly complex
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
17–22 Controversy over the uniformitarian age of Grand Canyon
Overview by Michael J. Oard
23–25 Another non-creationist critique of scientific materialism
A review of Science Set Free: 10 Paths to New Discovery (Rupert Sheldrake)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
26–28 The anti-biblical agenda of early uniformitarians and evolutionists
A review of The Emperors Who Had No Clothes: Exposing the Hidden Roots of the Evolutionary Agenda (Milt Marcy)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
29–34 The hidden god of evolutionary chance vs the Bible’s all-intelligent God
A review of Where The Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, & Naturalism (Alvin Plantinga)
Book Review by Marc Kay
35–40 Debating the historical Adam and Eve
A review of Four Views on the Historical Adam (Matthew Barrett and Ardel Caneday)
Book Review by Shaun Doyle
41 Coming to accept the Creator, and special creation, through different paths
A review of Transformed by the Evidence:Testimonies of Leading Creationists (Doug Sharp and Jerry Bergman)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
42–44 An unconvincing case for pseudepigraphy
A review of Forgery and Counterforgery: The Use of Literary Deceit in Early Christian Polemic (Bart Ehrman)
Book Review by Lita Cosner
45–50 Click to view PDF In the beginning … they misunderstood
A review of In the Beginning … We Misunderstood (Johnny V. Miller and John M. Soden)
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
51–54 The Importance and necessity of quality peer review
A review of Earth in Cataclysm (Philip G. Budd)
Book Review by John H. Whitmore
55 ‘Ancient’ coral growth layers: yearly or monthly?
Letter from Daniel Jackson. Reply: Robert Carter
56–59 The origin of American Indian populations
Letter from Herman van Eck. Reply: Peer Terborg and Tjarko Evenboer
60–61 Post-Flood boundary—a robust analysis flawed by hidden assumptions
Forum from Tas Walker
62 Improving our understanding of creation and its history
Forum by Marcus R. Ross
63–65 Research needed to resolve questions with late Cenozoic post-Flood boundary
Forum by Tas Walker
66–68 Reliable data disconfirm a late Cenozoic post-Flood boundary
Forum by Marcus R. Ross
69–74 Exploring Intelligent Design language in Genesis 2 and Acts 17—yatsar and poieō
Viewpoint by Andrew Sibley
75–82 Beneficial mutations: real or imaginary?—part 2
Paper by Alex Williams
83–88 Gilgamesh and the biblical Flood—part 1
Paper by Murray R. Adamthwaite
89–96 The biblical minimum and maximum age of the earth
Paper by Chris Hardy and Robert Carter
97–103 Solar-powered sea slugs defy evolution and horizontal gene transfer
Paper by Jeffrey Tomkins
104–115 Plate tectonics—inconsistencies in the model
Paper by Mark McGuire
116–122 The role of inspiration and imagination in design
Paper by Matthew P. Brown and Janet Henriksen
123–127 Marcel-Paul Schützenberger—French Darwin doubter
Essay by Jerry Bergman

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