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Journal of Creation

Volume 28, Issue 3
Published December 2014
127 pages

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3–4 Click to view PDF Fossil time ranges continue to be increased
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–8 Click to view PDF Denisovans menace evolution—new chapter in the human origins debate
Perspective by Denis Savanne
9 Click to view PDF Explaining nearby objects that are old in time dilation cosmologies
Perspective by Ronald G. Samec
10–12 Click to view PDF Open questions on the Origin of Life in 2014
Perspective by Peter M. Murphy
13–15 Click to view PDF Fossil snakes and the Flood boundary in North America
Perspective by Chad Arment
15–17 Click to view PDF Woolly mammoths were cold adapted
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
17–18 Click to view PDF Warm early Eocene Antarctica
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
19–22 Click to view PDF Post-Flood log mats potentially can explain biogeography
Overview by Michael J. Oard
23–25 Click to view PDF Comparative anatomy of the eye in the animal kingdom—with dubbed-in evolution
A review of Evolution’s Witness: How Eyes Evolved (Ivan R. Schwab)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
26–30 Click to view PDF A troubling thesis–Nicholas Wade pushes an old view of the origin of races
A review of A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History (Nicholas Wade)
Book Review by Robert Carter
30–34 Click to view PDF Darwin’s corrosive influence on literature and society as a whole
A review of Apostate—The Men Who Destroyed the Christian West (Kevin Swanson)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
35–36 Click to view PDF An unbalanced perspective
A review of Christian Perspectives on Origins (Steve Badger and Mike Tenneson)
Book Review by Mark Harwood
37–41 Click to view PDF The secularist anointed to replace Christian conservative anointed—for evangelicals
A review of The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age (Randall J. Stephens and Karl W. Giberson)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
42–44 Click to view PDF Is there a Reformed approach to science and Scripture?
A review of A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture (Keith Mathison)
Book Review by Ian Hodge
45–47 Click to view PDF On pterosaurs, and flights of the evolutionary imagination
A review of Pterosaurs From Deep Time (David M. Unwin)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
48 Click to view PDF The biblical minimum and maximum age of the earth
Letter from David Austin. Reply: Robert Carter
49 Click to view PDF The emperors who had no clothes
Letter from Dominic Statham.
50 Click to view PDF More evidence for the reality of genetic entropy
Letter from Earl Rodd. Reply: Robert Carter
50 Click to view PDF Human genome decay
Letter from Paul Sauer. Reply: Alex Williams
51–60 Click to view PDF Magnetized moon rocks shed light on Precambrian mystery
Paper by D. Russell Humphreys
61–66 Click to view PDF Do you know the laws of the heavens?—the Bible and the hydrologic cycle
Paper by Ron Neller
67–72 Click to view PDF Developmental system plasticity—a brief initial assessment of extent, design, and purpose within the creation model
Paper by Jean K. Lightner
73–79 Click to view PDF Heredity is foundationally cellular, not genetic, and life’s history is discrete, not continuous
Paper by Alex Williams
80–85 Click to view PDF Gilgamesh and the biblical Flood—part 2
Paper by Murray Adamthwaite
86–91 Click to view PDF Adam as the protoplast—views from the early church in response to the archetypal view
Paper by Andrew Sibley
92–98 Click to view PDF How reliable are genomes from ancient DNA?
Paper by Brian Thomas and Jeffrey Tomkins
99–105 Click to view PDF Precambrian impacts and the Genesis Flood
Paper by Michael J. Oard
106–114 Click to view PDF New view of gravity explains cosmic microwave background radiation
Paper by D. Russell Humphreys
115–119 Click to view PDF Analogy and geology—the ‘science’ of Charles Lyell
Essay by Dominic Statham
120–127 Click to view PDF A theologian’s disappointing departure from biblical creation
Essay by Nick Sabato

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