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Journal of Creation

Volume 33, Issue 3
Published December 2019
127 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4 More expansion of fossil time ranges
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–6 Problems with the naturalistic formation of Earth’s inner core
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
7 Glacial-like striations formed in less than 90 seconds
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10 South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary
Perspective by Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
11–13 Fingernails and toenails—useless evolutionary relics or an important part of design?
Perspective by Jerry Bergman
14–17 Keen insights into Genesis 1–3 flawed by analogical days approach
A review of Interpreting Eden: A guide to faithfully reading and understanding Genesis 1–3 (Vern S. Poythress)
Book Review by Keaton Halley
18–21 Orthodox on God; ambivalent on biblical literalism; bypassing science; socially conservative
A review of Genesis: God, Creation, and destruction (Dennis Prager)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
22–25 Healing division or courting heresy?
A review of The Fool and the Heretic: How two scientists moved beyond labels to a Christian dialogue about creation and evolution (Todd Charles Wood and Darrel R. Falk)
Book Review by Gavin Cox
26–30 Debunks many science-related historical myths that demean the Christian faith
A review of Unbelievable: 7 myths about the history and future of science and religion (Michael Newton Keas)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
31–35 Darwinists still trying to refute Behe and still failing
A review of Darwin Devolves: The new science about DNA that challenges evolution (Michael Behe)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
36–39 Systematic theology with a solid foundation
A review of Biblical Doctrine: A systematic summary of Bible truth (John MacArthur and Richard Mayhue (Eds.))
Book Review by Cody J. Guitard
40–42 A biased survey of the history of Genesis interpretation
A review of Since the Beginning: Interpreting Genesis 1 and 2 through the ages (Kyle Greenwood (Ed.))
Book Review by Lita Cosner
43–45 Does ‘race’ science refute superior humans?
A review of Superior: The return of race science (Angela Saini)
Book Review by Lucien Tuinstra
46–48 Salt deposits
Letter from W.R. Barnhart. Reply: Stef Heerema and Gert-Jan van Heugten
49–54 Comparison of morphology-based and genomics-based baraminology methods
Paper by Matthew Cserhati and Joel Tay
55–65 Baraminology data filtering method based on entropy measurement and its application in dinosaur and cephalopod data sets
Paper by Matthew Cserhati
66–76 Baraminology suggests cryptic relationships among Caprimulgiformes
Paper by Matthew Cserhati and Jon Alquist
77–84 Flood impacts reinforce volcanic cooling to start Ice Age
Paper by Michael J. Oard
85–93 The Florissant redwood trees deposited from a Flood log mat
Paper by Michael J. Oard
94–101 The search for Noah and the Flood in ancient Egypt—part 1
Viewpoint by Gavin Cox
102–108 The search for Noah and the Flood in ancient Egypt—part 2
Viewpoint by Gavin Cox
109–114 Common examples of ‘one gene, one trait’ exposed
Essay by Jerry Bergman
115–121 The conventionality thesis and biblical creation
Essay by John Harnett
122–127 Thomas Malthus’s influence on the eugenics and abortion movements
Essay by Jerry Bergman