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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 19, Issue 2
Published August 2005
116 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

3–4 Startling plant
                            discovery presents problems for evolution Startling plant discovery presents problems for evolution
Perspective by David A. DeWitt
5–6 Quasar riddle for big bang astronomy Quasar riddle for big bang astronomy
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
7–9 Upper Paleolithic blues: consequences
                of recent dating fiasco on human evolutionary prehistory Upper Paleolithic blues: consequences of recent dating fiasco on human evolutionary prehistory
Perspective by Peter Line
10–11 Kuiper Belt woes for accretion
                disk models Kuiper Belt woes for accretion disk models
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12–13 Hominid fever: yet another alleged
                early human ancestor unearthed Hominid fever: yet another alleged early human ancestor unearthed
Perspective by Peter Line
13–14 World record
                            enzymes World record enzymes
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
14–16 A new candidate for Leviathan A new candidate for Leviathan
Perspective by Peter Booker
16–18 The astronomical theory of the
                Ice Age becomes more complicated The astronomical theory of the Ice Age becomes more complicated
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
18–20 Mutations,
                            selection and the quest for meatier livestock Mutations, selection and the quest for meatier livestock
Perspective by Jean K. Lightner
21–22 Evidence of dinosaur nest construction
                is extremely rare Evidence of dinosaur nest construction is extremely rare
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
23–28 Scripture and
                            general revelation Scripture and general revelation
Overview by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
29–35 Inheritance of biological information—part
                I: the nature of inheritance and of informationInheritance of biological information&mdashpart I: the nature of inheritance and of information
Overview by Alex Williams
36–41 Inheritance of biological information—part
                II: redefining the ‘information challenge’ Inheritance of biological information—part II: redefining the ‘information challenge’
Overview by Alex Williams
42–45 Preaching to
                            his own choir Preaching to his own choir
A review of Can a Darwinian be a Christian? The Relationship Between Science and Religion by Michael Ruse
Book Review by Lael Weinberger
46–50 Western culture
                            and the age of the earth Western culture and the age of the earth
A review of The Dating Game: One Man’s Search for the Age of the Earth by Cherry Lewis
Book Review by Tas Walker
51–57 Young biosphere,
                            old universe? Young biosphere, old universe?
A review of The Age of the Universe: What are the Biblical Limits? by Gorman Gray
Book Review by Frank DeRemer
58–61 Conservation ethics based on evolution?Conservation ethics based on evolution?
A review of The Future of Life by Edward O. Wilson
Book Review by Brian Thomas
62–63 Seeing the wood, not the forestsSeeing the wood, not the forests
A review of Petrified Wood in the USA: Where to collect it, where to see it—a state-by-state field guide by Arthur L. Manning
Book Review by Andrew A. Snelling
64–66 The right conclusion from the wrong interpretationThe right conclusion from the wrong interpretation
A review of Creation in Six Days: A Defense of the Traditional Reading of Genesis One by James B. Jordan
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
67–73 The Christian
                            foundations of the rule of law in the West: a legacy of liberty and resistance against
                            tyranny The Christian foundations of the rule of law in the West: a legacy of liberty and resistance against tyranny
Viewpoint by Augusto Zimmerman
74–75 A ‘tail’
                            of many monsters A ‘tail’ of many monsters
Research Note by Pierre Jerlström and Bev Elliot
76–82 Can evolution produce new organs
                or structures? Can evolution produce new organs or structures?
Paper by Jerry Bergman
83–90 The Genesis
                            5 and 11 fluidity question The Genesis 5 and 11 fluidity question
Paper by Travis R. Freeman
91–95 The paradoxical urinary concentrating
                mechanism The paradoxical urinary concentrating mechanism
Paper by Charles Soper
96–108 Noah’s Ark hidden in the
                ancient Chinese characters Noah’s Ark hidden in the ancient Chinese characters
Paper by Kui Shin Voo, Rich Sheeley and Larry Hovee
109–118 Parkie; a new
                            ‘pseudo-plesiosaur’ washed up on the Nova Scotia Coast Parkie; a new ‘pseudo-plesiosaur’ washed up on the Nova Scotia Coast
Paper by Pierre Jerlström and Henry de Roos
119–127 Strategic stratigraphy: reclaiming
                the rock record! Strategic stratigraphy: reclaiming the rock record!
by John K. Reed

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