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Journal of Creation

Volume 32, Issue 2
Published August 2018
127 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4 Creation argument against the big bang no longer sustainable—CMB shadows and galaxy clusters
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
5–7 Tunnel valleys can be formed in one ice age by catastrophic flow
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10 ERVs and LINEs—along novel lines of thinking
Perspective by Peer Terborg
11–12 Still another difficulty in using foraminifera to reconstruct secular paleohistories
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
13–14 Is it time to make human-chimp hybrids?
Perspective by Jerry Bergman and Jeffrey Tomkins
15–17 Cosmology’s fatal weakness—underdetermination
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
18–19 Dinosaur classification in a tumult
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
20–28 Creationist modelling of the origins of Canis lupus familiaris—ancestry, timing, and biogeography
Overview by Cody J. Guitard
29–34 The theory of true narrative representations and some of its applications
Overview by John W. Oller Jr, Latayne C. Scott, and Brenden D. Oller
35–36 Bestselling British journalist, a gay atheist, confirms the toxicity of Darwinism to the Christian faith
A review of The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, identity, Islam (Douglas Murray)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
37–41 Ummasking Natural Selection
A review of 40 Years of Evolution: Darwin’s finches on Daphne Major Island (Peter and Rosemary Grant)
Book Review by Jean K. Lightner
42–47 A detailed rehash of all the canned anti-creationist shibboleths
A review of God’s Word or Human Reason? An inside perspective on creationism (Jonathan Kane, Emily Willoughby, and T. Michael Keesey)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
48–49 The Catholic revival of creation science
A review of Creation, Evolution, and Catholicism: A discussion for those who believe (Thomas L. McFadden)
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
50–53 The feminine side of eugenics
A review of Hitler’s Furies: German women in the Nazi killing fields, 4th edition (Wendy Lower)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
54–57 Ubiquity of convergence—are evolutionary outcomes inevitable?
A review of Improbable Destinies: Fate, chance, and the future of evolution (Jonathan B. Losos)
Book review by John Woodmorappe
58 Extensive mixing among Israelites and non-Israelites in biblical history
Letter from James Denning. Reply: Robert Carter
59 Was Terah dead when Abram left Haran?
Letter from Chuck Roehrich. Reply: Andrew Sibley
60–62 Swinging too far to the other side
Letter from Jean O’Micks. Reply: Michael Oard
63–69 The probability of God: a response to Dawkins
Countering the Critics by Nick Kastelein
70–78 Flood processes into the late Cenozoic: part 5—geomorphological evidence
Viewpoint by Michael J. Oard
79–82 What does the catechism of the Roman Catholic Church say about creation?
Viewpoint by Matthew Cserhati
83–90 Chronology and the Gezer connection—Solomon, Thutmose III, Shishak and Hatshepsut
Viewpoint by Anne Habermehl
91–95 Roman Catholic confusion on creation
Viewpoint by Benno Zuiddam
96–102 Developmental gene regulatory networks—an insurmountable impediment to evolution
Paper by Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
103–109 Christian theology and the rise of Newtonian science—imposed law and the divine will
Paper by Dominic Statham
110–117 Origen, origins, and allegory
Paper by Andrew Sibley
118–123 Salt magma and sediments interfingered
Paper by Stef J. Heerema and Gert-Jan H.A. van Heugten
124–127 Effective population sizes and loss of diversity during the Flood bottleneck
Research Note by Rob Carter