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Journal of Creation

Volume 31, Issue 2
Published August 2017
127 pages

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3–5 Fossil time ranges continue to expand up and down
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
6–7 The problem with science is that so much of it simply isn’t
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
8–9 What is the origin of Martian floods?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
10–11 Pseudo-pseudogenes: revealing further complexity in the genome
Perspective by Jean K. Lightner
12–13 Mammoth taxonomy problems
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
14–16 Banded iron formations formed rapidly
Perspective by Harry Dickens
17–19 Design: just a trick of the mind?
Perspective by Shaun Doyle
20–22 The Catholic Church’s response to evolution
A review of Catholicism and Evolution: A history from Darwin to Pope Francis (Michael Chaberek, O.P.)
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
23–26 The not-so-intelli-gent professor
A review of The Not-So-Intelligent Designer: Why evolution explains the human body and intelligent design does not (Abby Hafer)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
27–30 The total bankruptcy of so-called theistic evolution
A review of Shadow of Oz : Theistic evolution and the absent god (Wayne D. Rossiter)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
31–34 Hitler the evolutionist; Hitler the pantheist (Hitler the atheist—Yes)
A review of Hitler’s Religion: The twisted beliefs that drove the Third Reich (Richard Weikart)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
35–36 New Old Testament survey criticizes JEPD
A review of The Old Testament: A historical, theological, and critical introduction (Richard S. Hess)
Book Review by Lita Cosner
37–40 Supernaturalism is innate to the human; so is natural law
A review of God is Watching You: How the fear of God makes us human (Dominic Johnson)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
41–46 Reading evolution into the Scriptures
A review of Adam and the Genome: Reading scripture after genetic science (Dennis R. Venema and Scot McKnight)
Book Review by Robert W. Carter
47–50 Design by intuition: good biology, naive philosophy
A review of Undeniable: How biology confrms our intuition that life is designed (Douglas Axe)
Book review by Joel Tay
51 Strategically dismantling the evolutionary idea strongholds
Letter from Don Batten. Reply: Daniel A. Biddle, Jerry Bergman
52 Even more surprises with Pluto’s satellites
Letter from Danny R. Faulkner
53–60 Sodom—part 1
Viewpoint by Anne Habermehl
61–70 Disposal of Homo naledi in a possible deathtrap or mass mortality scenario
Viewpoint by Timothy L. Clarey
71–77 Sodom—part 2
Viewpoint by Anne Habermehl
78–83 Was Terah dead when Abraham left Haran? Views on the meaning of Acts 7:4
Paper by Andrew Sibley
84–93 Not enough rocks: the sedimentary record and deep time
Paper by John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard
94–102 The irreducibly complex ribosome is a unique creation in the three domains of life
Paper by Matyas Cserhati and Warren Shipton
103–109 Carol Cleland’s case for historical science—part 1: devaluing experimental science
Paper by John K. Reed and Peter Klevberg
110–118 Darwinism fosters moral decline
Paper by Jerry Bergman
120–127 Non-glacial landforms indicate thin Scandinavian and British-Irish Ice Sheets
Paper by Michael J. Oard