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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 17, Issue 3
Published December 2003
124 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

3 The puzzle of the ‘mummified’ dinosaur The puzzle of the ‘mummified’ dinosaur
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
3–5 The adaptation of bacteria to feeding on nylon waste The adaptation of bacteria to feeding on nylon waste
Perspective by Don Batten
5–8 Paleocene dinosaurs and the reinforcement syndrome Paleocene dinosaurs and the reinforcement syndrome
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9 New planet challenges evolutionary models New planet challenges evolutionary models
Perspective by Robert Newton
10–11 The first discovered Cretaceous glacial deposit The first discovered Cretaceous glacial deposit
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12 Is the wind beginning to shift against the big bang? Is the wind beginning to shift against the big bang?
Perspective by Carl Wieland
13 More evidence Neandertals were fully human More evidence Neandertals were fully human
Perspective by Mark Robertson and Jonathan Sarfati
14–18 Biblical chronogenealogies Biblical chronogenealogies
Overview by Jonathan Sarfati, CMI–Australia
19–21 Rapid planet formation Rapid planet formation
Overview by Wayne Spencer
22–24 Where Darwin Meets the Bible: Creationists and Evolutionists in America Where Darwin Meets the Bible: Creationists and Evolutionists in America
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
25–26 The Hidden History of the Human Race The Hidden History of the Human Race
Book Review by Alex Williams
26–27 Ancestral Passions: The Leakey Family and the Quest for Humankind’s Beginnings Ancestral Passions: The Leakey Family and the Quest for Humankind’s Beginnings
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
28–34 Paleosols: digging deeper buries ‘challenge’
					to Flood geology Paleosols: digging deeper buries ‘challenge’ to Flood geology
Countering the Critic Article by Tas Walker
35–42 The sun is not an average star The sun is not an average star
Countering the Critic Article by Jonathan Henry
43–50 Are (biblical) creationists ‘cornered’?—a
					response to Dr J.P. Moreland Are (biblical) creationists ‘cornered’?—a response to Dr J.P. Moreland
Countering the Critic Article by Ken Ham, Dr Carl Wieland and Dr Terry Mortenson
51–52 Testing cosmology Testing cosmology
Letter to the Editor by M. Amunrud
52–55 Flood/post-Flood boundaries within the global stratigraphical
					record Flood/post-Flood boundaries within the global stratigraphical record
Letter to the Editor by C.R. Froede Jr.
55–57 Shedding light Shedding light
Letter to the Editor by A.S. Kulikovsky
57–58 The landing place: response to letter by Jonathan Clerke The landing place: response to letter by Jonathan Clerke
Letter to the Editor by M. Gascoigne
58 Fun World amusement? Fun World amusement?
Letter to the Editor by J.P. Lesko
58–59 Willard Libby and carbon dating Egyptian artifacts Willard Libby and carbon dating Egyptian artifacts
Letter to the Editor by I.T. Taylor
59 Genetic perfection in the fossil record Genetic perfection in the fossil record
Letter to the Editor by A. Williams
60–65 Comparing Flood models Comparing Flood models
Forum by R.W. Lawrence
66–69 The serpent worshippers The serpent worshippers
Viewpoint by Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr
70–73 Fall of the Sothic theory: Egyptian chronology revisited Fall of the Sothic theory: Egyptian chronology revisited
Paper by Damien F. Mackey
74–84 Shining light on the evolution of photosynthesis Shining light on the evolution of photosynthesis
Paper by Rick Swindell
85–92 Athena and Eve Athena and Eve
Paper by Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr
93–101 The origin of language and communication The origin of language and communication
Paper by Brad Harrub, Bert Thompson and Dave Miller
102–108 The potential immunological functions of pseudogenes and other ‘junk’ DNA The potential immunological functions of pseudogenes and other ‘junk’ DNA
Paper by John Woodmorappe
109–112 Human rights versus biblical responsibility Human rights versus biblical responsibility
Paper by Rodney Hordern
113–118 Why the ‘poor design’ argument against intelligent design is unsound Why the ‘poor design’ argument against intelligent design is unsound
Paper by Jerry Bergman
119–127 Field studies in the ancient bristlecone pine forest Field studies in the ancient bristlecone pine forest
Paper by John Woodmorappe

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