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Journal of Creation

Volume 37, Issue 1
Published April 2023
127 pages

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3–6 Marsupials in Australia—an act of God?
Perspective by Graeme Taylor
6–7 How accurate are marine microfossil transfer functions?
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–9 Ice Age megalakes did exist in the Sahara
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
10–12 Enormous erosion of the continents during the Recessive Stage of the Flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
13–15 Humans and octopuses use the same mechanism to induce variation in the brain: LINE retrotransposition
Perspective by Peer Terborg
16–17 Equivocal carbon dating of ancient footprints in Tularosa Basin, New Mexico
Perspective by Andrew Sibley
18–20 Fossilized animal and bird footprints in megasequences
Letter from Tim Clarey. Reply: Carl Froede, Jerry Akridge, and John Reed
21–22 What is the origin of clastic pipes?
Letter from W.R. Barnhart
23–25 Design, evolution, and awkward silence
A review of Foresight: How the chemistry of life reveals planning and purpose
(Marcos Eberlin)
Book review by Bruce Lawrence
26–28 Evolutionary flights of fancy
A review of Flights of Fancy: Defying gravity by design & evolution
(Richard Dawkins, illustrated by Jana Lenzová)

Book Review by Philip B. Bell
29–32 Evolution’s last pillars are tottering
A review of The Last Pillars of Darwinian Evolution Falsified: Further evidence proving Darwinian evolution wrong
(Jerry Bergman)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
33–35 A useful compendium on science and faith
A review of The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith: Exploring the ultimate questions about life and the cosmos
(William A. Dembski, Casey Luskin, and Joseph M. Holden (Eds.))
Book review by Shaun Doyle
36–39 Rationalist superstitions about Christianity and their legacy
A review of Of Popes & Unicorns: Science, Christianity, and how the conflict thesis fooled the world
(David Hutchings & James C. Ungureanu)
Book review by John Woodmorappe
40–44 Misrepresenting creationism
Early Christian Readings of Genesis One
(Craig Allert)
Book review by Joel Tay
45–54 Biblical chronology and the oldest ‘Yahweh’ and ‘Israel’ inscriptions: their significance for the traditional 1446 BC Exodus date
Viewpoint by Gavin Cox
55–58 Word use patterns in Genesis 1: evidence against the Framework Hypothesis
Essay by Shaun Doyle
59–61 How Darwin was the basis of Lebensraum
Essay by Jerry Bergman
62–72 Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 5—exaggerated old age dates
Paper by Royal Truman
73–79 An evaluation of Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
Paper by Andrew Sibley
80–86 Developments in paleoanthropology no. 3
Paper by Peter Line
87–93 Hydroplate Theory energy budget falls short of expectations
Paper by Robert W. Carter and Edward A. Isaacs
94–103 The origin of large arcs: part 1—currently proposed mechanisms for large arcs
Paper by Michael J. Oard
104–111 What’s wrong with being wrong: part 4a—a more than cursory look into evolutionary ethics
Paper by Marc Kay
112–119 What’s wrong with being wrong: part 4b—a more than cursory look into evolutionary ethics
Paper by Marc Kay
120–128 The origin of L-amino acid enantiomeric excess: part 2—by preferential photosynthesis using circularly polarized light?
Paper by Royal Truman