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Journal of Creation

Review: ‘Faith and Fossils’
Review: ‘Faith and Fossils’
July 3, 2020
One-sided discussion of theistic evolution.
By Lita Cosner
3.65K Views Shares
Long-distance transport of sediments
Long-distance transport of sediments
June 26, 2020
Surprising catastrophism in sediments for uniformitarians; is it consistent with the Flood?
By Michael J. Oard
3.55K Views Shares
Is there purpose in evolution?
Is there purpose in evolution?
June 19, 2020
A review of Is There Purpose in Biology? by Denis Alexander.
By Philip Bell
3.79K Views Shares
The origin of laminae in shales
The origin of laminae in shales
June 5, 2020
Can they form in moving water, consistent with Noah’s Flood?
By Michael J. Oard
3.63K Views Shares
‘Oumuamua—what is it?
‘Oumuamua—what is it?
May 29, 2020
How can we explain this likely interstellar object from a biblical perspective?
By Wayne Spencer
5.87K Views Shares
Debating origins
Debating origins
May 22, 2020
A review of Four Views on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design
By Shaun Doyle
5.56K Views Shares
Have uniformitarians rescued the ‘Pacemaker of the Ice Ages’ paper?
Have uniformitarians rescued the ‘Pacemaker of the Ice Ages’ paper?
May 15, 2020
Is the data on which the secular Milankovitch theory of climate forcing saved by a 1997 paper?
By Jake Hebert
4.19K Views Shares
Yedomas show one ice age
Yedomas show one ice age
May 8, 2020
Where are the yedomas from previous ice ages?
By Michael J. Oard
5.22K Views Shares
Origins of pathogenic microbes: part 2
Origins of pathogenic microbes: part 2
April 3, 2020
Where did disease-causing viruses come from?
By Warren A. Shipton
4.59K Views Shares
Origins of pathogenic microbes: part 1
Origins of pathogenic microbes: part 1
March 27, 2020
Where did disease-causing bacteria come from?
By Warren A. Shipton
5.58K Views Shares
Review: 'The Global Sexual Revolution' by Gabriele Kuby
Review: 'The Global Sexual Revolution' by Gabriele Kuby
March 20, 2020
A global anti-Christian totalitarian threat.
By John Loiterton
12.40K Views Shares
Why did fungi become pathogenic?
Why did fungi become pathogenic?
March 13, 2020
How did the Fall affect fungi?
By Warren Shipton
4.18K Views Shares
Post-Flood boundary: Arctic coast of North America
Post-Flood boundary: Arctic coast of North America
March 6, 2020
Where does the evidence point to the post-Flood boundary being in this difficult area?
By Michael J. Oard
4.76K Views Shares
Paleoanthropology in Australia
Paleoanthropology in Australia
February 28, 2020
Homo erectus and modern human origins
By Peter Line
5.36K Views Shares
Catastrophic plate tectonics
Catastrophic plate tectonics
February 21, 2020
What are the six types of data and how do they support rapid plate movement during the Flood?
By Timothy L. Clarey
6.26K Views Shares
Confirmed: quasars physically associated with galaxies
Confirmed: quasars physically associated with galaxies
February 14, 2020
What does this mean for big bang and biblical creation?
By John Hartnett
6.25K Views Shares
Review: ‘The Lost World of the Flood’
Review: ‘The Lost World of the Flood’
February 7, 2020
A review of The Lost World of the Flood by Tremper Longman III and John H. Walton.
By Keaton Halley
7.11K Views Shares
Tephra and inflated ice core ages
Tephra and inflated ice core ages
January 31, 2020
Why do volcanic tephra layers decrease in frequency down ice cores?
By Jake Hebert
5.59K Views Shares
Review: 'The Lost World of Adam and Eve'
Review: 'The Lost World of Adam and Eve'
January 24, 2020
A review of The Lost World of Adam and Eve by John H. Walton.
By Keaton Halley
9.87K Views Shares
Changing paradigms in stratigraphy: part 2
Changing paradigms in stratigraphy: part 2
January 10, 2020
Can uniformitarianism be saved from the drastic incompleteness of the rock record under long-age assumptions?
By John Reed
5.35K Views Shares
Ancient cosmology and Genesis 1
Ancient cosmology and Genesis 1
January 3, 2020
Does the supposed 'flat earth/solid sky’ cosmology of the ancients mean we can read the Genesis 1 days non-literally?
By Shaun Doyle
7.83K Views Shares