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Journal of Creation

Volume 36, Issue 3
Published December 2022
127 pages

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3–5 The iron snow dynamo theory for Ganymede
Perspective by Wayne Spencer
6–8 Fossilized animal and bird footprints in megasequences
Perspective by Carl R. Froede, Jr., A. Jerry Akridge, and John K. Reed
9–10 ‘Ice-rafted’ dropstones from warm-climate cap carbonates?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
11–12 The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy
Perspective by Lucien Tuinstra
13–16 Uniformitarian paleoaltimetry estimates questionable
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
17–18 A floating island with growing trees and monkeys observed
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
19–20 William Stukeley, and an early 18th century plesiosaur
Perspective by Andrew Sibley
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A fresh Christian apologetic for a WEIRD age
A review of The Air We Breathe: How we all came to believe in freedom, kindness, progress, and equality
(Glen Scrivener)
Book review by Philip B. Bell
26–28 Evolution has no pillars to rest on
A review of The Three Pillars of Evolution Demolished: Why Darwin was wrong
(Jerry Bergman)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
29–32 De-misting Genesis 1
A review of The Misted World of Genesis 1
(Michael Drake)
Book Review by Shaun Doyle
33–37 Socialist science in the 20th century
A review of Stalin and the Scientists: A history of triumph and tragedy 1905–1953
(Simon Ings)
Book review by Marc Ambler
38–39 Titus Kennedy really digs the Bible!
A review of Unearthing the Bible: 101 archaeological discoveries that bring the Bible to life
(Titus Kennedy)
Book review by George LeBret
40–47 In the eye of the beholder
A review of The Manifold Beauty of Genesis 1: A multi-layered approach
(Gregg Davidson and Kenneth J. Turner)
Book review by Ting Wang
48–59 The Precambrian: globally correlated and all Flood deposited
Viewpoint by Maxwell Hunter
60–63 Was Darwin's end goal to ‘murder’ God?
Essay by Jerry Bergman
64–66 Is the outer ear (the pinna) useless as Darwin believed? Its function revisited
Essay by Jerry Bergman
67–73 The origin of L-amino acid enantiomeric excess: part 1—by preferential photo-destruction using circularly polarized light?
Paper by Royal Truman
74–81 Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 4—racemization always exceeds the rate of peptide elongation in aqueous solution
Paper by Royal Truman and Boris Schmidtgall
82–91 Revisiting Homo floresiensis
Paper by Peter Line
92–98 What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 2
Paper by Marc Kay
98–105 What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 3
Paper by Marc Kay
106–113 Did post-Flood North American mammals live above their dead Flood relatives?
Paper by Michael J. Oard
114–122 A more biblical cosmology
Paper by D. Russell Humphreys
123–128 John Nelson Darby, the Scofield Reference Bible, and the rise of old-earth creationism
Paper by Andrew Sibley