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Journal of Creation

Volume 32, Issue 3
Published December 2018
127 pages

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3 Confirmed: physical association between parent galaxies and quasar families
Perspective by John G. Hartnett
4–6 Tephra and inflated ice core ages
Perspective by Jake Hebert
7–8 DNA barcodes show gaps between species and support recent common bottleneck
Perspective by Yingguang Liu
9–10 Humans produced fire more than one million years ago?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
11–12 Neandertals produced cave art
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
13–15 A bombshell for American archaeology
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
16–19 Right about Genesis!
A review of Right from the Start! (David M. Fouts)
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
20–24 Theistic evolutionists’ views of the Fall fall short
A review of Evolution and the Fall (William T. Cavanaugh and James Smith (Eds.))
Book Review by Joel Tay
25–30 Deconstructing Darwinism–a theory gone bad, a world gone mad
A review of Charles Darwin: Victorian mythmaker (A.N. Wilson)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
31–35 Turtle evolution turns turtle
A review of Turtles as Hopeful Monsters: Origins and evolution (Olivier Rieppel)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
36–39 The Flood was historically global, not hyperbolically global
A review of The Lost World of the Flood: Mythology, theology, and the deluge debate (Tremper Longman III and John H. Walton, with a contribution by Stephen O. Moshier)
Book Review by Keaton Halley
40–43 An unconventional evolutionist validates the irreducible complexity of living things
A review of Purpose & Desire: What makes something ‘alive’ and why modern Darwinism has failed to explain it (J. Scott Turner)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
44–45 Long-distance boulder deposits
Letter from W.R. Barnhart. Reply: Michael Oard
46–48 God’s Word or Human Reason?—a reply to John Woodmorappe
Letter from Jonathan Kane. Reply: John Woodmorappe
49–57 Answer to a persistent critic of RATE helium research
Countering the Critics by D. Russell Humphreys
58–63 Hydroplate Theory—problems for trench formation in the Pacific Basin
Paper by Edward Isaacs
64–73 Changing paradigms in stratigraphy—another ‘new uniformitarianism’?
Paper by John K. Reed
74–81 The Flood/post-Flood boundary along the Arctic coast of North America
Paper by Michael J. Oard
82–87 Baraminic analysis of archaic and modern human genomes
Paper by Jean O’Micks
88–96 Paleoanthropology in Australia—Homo erectus and modern human origins
Paper by Peter Line
97–104 Accounting for blighting plant and disfiguring animal diseases
Paper by Warren Shipton
105–110 Family Araucariaceae—an ‘icon’ of evolution, but the storyline doesn’t fit
Viewpoint by Jaroslav Joseph Havel
111–114 Does Ezekiel 28:11–19 affirm the fall of Satan in Genesis 1:1–2 as claimed in the gap theory?
Viewpoint by Joel Tay and KeeFui Kon
115–118 Ancient cosmology and the timescale of Genesis 1
Essay by Shaun Doyle
119–123 Frontal lobotomies and Darwinism—an example of harm to life and health
Essay by Jerry Bergman
124–127 The vomeronasal organ—vestigial or functional?
Essay by Jerry Bergman