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Journal of Creation

Volume 34, Issue 1
Published April 2020
127 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4 Complex water gap features—Krichauff Range, Northern Territory, Australia
Perspective by Ron Neller
5–7 The ‘poor tooth design’ claim refuted
Perspective by Jerry Bergman
8–9 What is the meaning of an ammonite found in amber?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
10 Plants feeding on quartzite support rapid plant growth after the Flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
11–12 The upper limits of survivability of bone material
Perspective by Paul Price
13–14 The origin of flightless birds
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
15 Salt management and evolution
Perspective by Philip P. Bell
16–18 What’s the point of the pyramids?
Perspective by Gavin Cox
19–20 A critique of scientism spoiled
A review of Can science explain everything? (John C. Lennox)
Book Review by Lucien Tuinstra
21–23 New textbook teaches non-Christian religion of theistic evolutionism
A review of Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, geology, and biology in Christian perspective (Robert C. Bishop, Larry L. Funck, Raymond J. Lewis, Stephen O. Mosher, and John H. Walton)
Book Review by Lita Cosner
24–29 Ancient context to enduring doubt
A review of Old Testament Theology for Christians: From ancient context to enduring belief (John H. Walton)
Book Review by Murray R. Adamthwaite
30–31 The conversation that never happened
A review of Richard Dawkins, C.S. Lewis and the Meaning of Life (Alister McGrath)
Book Review by Thomas Fretwell
32–35 Academia and the press as the bad guys
A review of Spectacle: The astonishing life of Ota Benga (Pamela Newkirk)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
36–39 Social animals
A review of Blueprint: The evolutionary origins of a good society (Nicholas A. Christakis)
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
40–45 Scientism and secularism … and Scripture?
A review of Secularism and Scientism: Learning to respond to a dangerous ideology (J.P. Moreland)
Book Review by Shaun Doyle
46–52 Reading Genesis badly
A review of Reading Genesis Well: Navigating history, poetry, science, and truth in Genesis 1–11 (C. John Collins)
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
53 Thermal history of the Fenton Hill site
Letter from Gary H. Loechelt. Reply: Russell Humphreys
54 Flood—post Flood boundary
Letter from Arthur Manning
55–62 The Great Oxidation Event or The Great Phytogenic Event
Paper by Greg N. Bender
63–70 The spiritual roots of modern feminism
Paper by Augusto Zimmermann
71–78 Rapid growth of caves and speleothems: part 1—the excavation of the cave
Paper by Michael J. Oard
79–85 Out of Babel—not Africa: genetic evidence for a biblical model of human origins
Paper by Jeff Tomkins
86–95 A new baraminology method based on Whole Genome K-mer Signature analysis and its application to insect classification
Paper by Matthew Cserhati
96–101 Do lizards and snakes form separate apobaramins?
Paper by Matthew Cserhati
102–109 Psalm 104:6–9 likely refers to Noah’s Flood
Viewpoint by William Barrick, Michael J. Oard and Paul Price
110–114 What’s so great about Tiktaalik?
Viewpoint by John Curtis
115–122 Phrenology—a myth behind Darwinism
Essay by Jerry Bergman
123–127 The chasm between the fish non-pelvis and the tetrapod pelvis
Essay by Jerry Bergman