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Journal of Creation

Volume 31, Issue 1
Published April 2017
127 pages

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3 The problem of the wet Sahara
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
4–5 A new mechanism to form free-standing arches questionable
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
6–7 SUSY is not the solution to the dark matter crisis
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
8 Sulfur-cycling bacteria 1.8 billion years old the same as today
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9–10 Did the Mediterranean Sea desiccate numerous times?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
11–13 Surprises in Surprise Canyon
Perspective by J.N. Caldwell
14–16 Evangelical scholars still misinformed about creation
A review of The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures (D.A. Carson (Ed.))
Book Review by Lita Cosner
17–20 Evangelicals needlessly cave on evolution
A review of How I Changed My Mind About Evolution: Evangelicals reflect on faith and science
(Kathryn Applegate and J.B. Stump (Eds.))
Book Review by Keaton Halley
21–22 An overhyped book that drifts from subject to subject
A review of Human Universe (Brian Cox and Andrew Cohen)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
23–27 The glaring discontinuities among even ‘simple’ life forms
A review of The Vital Question: Energy, evolution, and the origins of complex life (Nick Lane)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
28–29 Strict science procedures evaluate evolution
A review of The Scientific Approach to Evolution: What They Didn’t Teach You in Biology (Rob Stadler)
Book Review by Brian Thomas
30–35 The historical Adam and what he means for us
A review of What Happened in the Garden? The reality and ramifications of the creation and fall of man
(Abner Chou (Ed.))
Book Review by Shaun Doyle
36–40 Bad History
A review of Big History: Between Nothing and Everything
(David Christian, Cynthia Stokes Brown, and Craig Benjamin)
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
41–42 Our eternal universe
Letter from Lita Cosner. REPLY: John Hartnett
43–44 Our eternal universe
Letter from James R. Hughes. REPLY: John Hartnett
45–50 Utterly preserved cells are not remnants—a critique of Dinosaur Blood and the Age of the Earth
Countering the Critics by Mark Armitage
51–57 Flood processes into the late Cenozoic: part 3—organic evidence
Viewpoint by Michael J. Oard
58–65 Flood processes into the late Cenozoic: part 4—organic evidence
Viewpoint by Michael J. Oard
66–72 Understanding ‘stretching of the heavens’ in Scripture—a call for balance
Viewpoint by Jim Melnick
73–79 Baraminic analysis of nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses
Paper by Jean O’Micks
80–87 Dating the Tower of Babel events with reference to Peleg and Joktan
Paper by Andrew Sibley
88–98 A broken climate pacemaker?—part 1
Paper by Jake Hebert
99–103 Reading ‘places’ in Genesis 1–11
Paper by Alistair McKitterick
104–110 A broken climate pacemaker?—part 2
Paper by Jake Hebert
111–115 Superflares and the origin of life on Earth
Paper by Andrew Sibley
116–119 Strategically dismantling the evolutionary idea strongholds
Paper by Daniel A. Biddle and Jerry Bergman
120–127 Two date range options for Noah’s Flood
Paper by Brian Thomas