John K. Reed
John earned a Ph.D. in geology and worked for over 20 years in industry and academia. He is on the board of the Creation Research Society and is the geology editor for the Creation Research Society Quarterly. He has written or edited ten books and numerous articles.
- Carol Cleland’s case for historical science—part 1: devaluing experimental science
- Not enough rocks: the sedimentary record and deep time
- The Red Sea Crossing: can secular science model miracles?
- Changing paradigms in stratigraphy—“a quite different way of analyzing the record”
- Worldviews, logic, and earth‘s age—part 2
- Worldviews, logic, and earth‘s age—part 1
- Martin Rudwick’s curious paradigm of ancient history and modern creationism
- Martin Rudwick’s shallow assessment: “Creationists out of their depth”
- Soft secularism is no solution: A review of Worlds Before Adam by Martin J.S. Rudwick
- Three early arguments for deep time—part I: time needed to erode valleys
- Three early arguments for deep time—part II: volcanism
- Robert L. Dabney—a rock in the storm of 19th century natural history
- St Hutton’s Hagiography
- Cuvier’s analogy and its consequences: forensics vs testimony as historical evidence