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Journal of Creation

Volume 35, Issue 3
Published December 2021
127 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4 The uniformitarian conundrum of the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–7 Analysis of mtDNA from sediments in Denisova Cave
Perspective by Peter Line
8–9 A famous ice age deposit re-interpreted as a product of mass flow
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
10–11 Are ultrahigh-pressure minerals caused by climate?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12–14 The current state of creationist ice core research
Perspective by Jake Hebert
15–17 Fossil tree casts in the Columbia River Gorge
Perspective by Edward A. Isaacs
18–20 Scelidosaurus—evidence of rapid burial in the Early Jurassic of southern England
Perspective by Andrew Sibley
20 Hartnett’s expanding 5D universe does not solve the starlight travel time problem
Letter from Peter Trüb. Reply: John Hartnett
21–22 Did Darwin plagiarize Matthew?
Letter from Mike Sutton. Reply: Dominic Statham
23–25 A twisted road: science–religion conflicts
A review of Flat Earths and Fake Footnotes: The strange tale of how the conflict of science and Christianity was written into history
(Derrick Peterson)
Book review by John Woodmorappe
26–28 How many ways can one compromise on creation?
A review of Original Sin and the Fall: Five views
(Stump, J.B. and Meister, C. (Eds.))
Book Review by Lita Sanders
29–33 Irreducible complexity remains a fatal problem for Darwinian evolution
A review of A Mousetrap for Darwin: Michael J. Behe answers his critics
(Michael J. Behe)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
34–40 Reliable and accessible commentary
A review of Genesis (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries)
(Andrew E. Steinmann)
Book review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
41–46 Creation Week, mature creation, and natural processes?
A review of Creation Unfolding: A new perspective on Ex Nihilo
(K.P. Coulson)
Book review by Shaun Doyle
47–49 History of biology with unsubstantiated tributes to evolution
A review of Some Assembly Required: Decoding four billion years of life, from ancient fossils to DNA
(Neil Shubin)
Book review by Joel Tay
50–63
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Candidate site for Noah’s Ark, altar, and tomb
Viewpoint by Ken Griffith & Darrell K. White
64–72 Horus—the deified Ham: part 2
Viewpoint by Gavin Cox
73–84 The chronology of the Law and the Prophets as a twofold witness to biblical inerrancy
Viewpoint by Renae Beckman
85–90 Evolution of the human skin
Essay by Jerry Bergman
91–96 The problematic evolution of mammary glands: milking the ‘soured’ evidence for all it’s worth
Essay by Jerry Bergman
97–102 Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 4—abrupt changes better explained by the Ice Age
Paper by Michael J. Oard
103–108 Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 5—the early Holocene green Sahara
Paper by Michael J. Oard
109–115 Created kinds vs Ark kinds—implications for creation research
Paper by Jean K. Lightner
116–124 Developments in paleoanthropology
Paper by Peter Line
125–127 Evaluating the origin of salt deposits and salt structures
Paper by Jacob Blom