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Journal of Creation

Volume 36, Issue 1
Published April 2022
127 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

3–4 Serpentinization origin for salt formations
Perspective by Stef Heerema and Gert-Jan van Heugten
5 Did the earth ever wobble twelve degrees?
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
6–8 A more likely origin of massive dolomite deposits
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9–10 Ooids grew rapidly in the Flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
11–12 The warrah—shrinking dates for the Falkland Islands wolf
Perspective by Andrew Sibley
13–14 Globally extensive Cenozoic coals indicate high post- Flood boundary
Perspective by Timothy L. Clarey, Davis J. Werner, and Jeffrey P. Tomkins
15–17 Evolution of the neuron
Perspective by Jerry Bergman
18–20 South American paleontology supports a Neogene- Quaternary (N-Q) Flood boundary
Perspective by Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Timothy L. Clarey
21–22 The fossil record is complete enough
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
23–25 Finally, the dark side of Karl Marx revealed
A review of The Devil and Karl Marx
(Paul Kengor)
Book review by Jerry Bergman
26–29 The existence of specified information in the universe points to a creator God
A review of Return of the God Hypothesis: Three scientific discoveries that reveal the mind behind the universe
(Stephen C. Meyer)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
30–34
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Dismissing biblical creation without engaging creationist arguments
A review of Baby Dinosaurs on the Ark
(Janet Ray)
Book Review by Joel Tay
35–40 Animal behaviour intelligently designed!
A review of Animal Algorithms: Evolution and the mysterious origin of ingenious instincts
(Eric Cassell)
Book review by Philip B. Bell
41–46 Details in biblical creation and flood presentations
A review of (Mis)interpreting Genesis: How the Creation Museum misunderstands the ancient near eastern context of the Bible
(Ben Stanhope)
Book review by William D. Barrick
47–49 Leaving Darwin to go nowhere
A review of Taking Leave of Darwin: A longtime agnostic discovers the case for design
(Neil Thomas)
Book review by Lucien Tuinstra
50–52 Response to “Candidate site for Noah’s Ark, altar, and tomb” by Griffith and White
Letter from Timothy Clarey. Reply: Darrell White and Ken Griffith
53–56 Jesuit accommodation in relation to biblical chronology and Chinese history
Essay by Andrew Sibley
57–60 The evolution of the human urinary bladder
Essay by Jerry Bergman
61–66  Pre-Tejas volcanism in North America: challenge to Hydroplate Theory
Paper by Edward Isaacs
67–73 Parametric design—evidence of creation
Paper by Michael Milroy
74–80 Can ligating homochiral polypeptides explain the origin of homochiral biomolecules?
Paper by Royal Truman
81–88 Does paleontology nullify geological arguments for the location of the Flood/post-Flood boundary? Setting the record straight
Paper by Michael J. Oard
89–98 Developments in paleoanthropology no. 2
Paper by Peter Line
99–106 Australian marsupials: there and back again?
Paper by Michael J. Oard
107–113 Earth’s upper mantle viscosity may be lower than assumed
Paper by Michael J. Oard and Nathan Mogk
114–121 Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions—part 1: a challenge to abiogenesis
Paper by Royal Truman
122–128 The multiple ‘Adams’ of Scripture
Paper by Jim Hughes and Shaun Doyle