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Journal of Creation

Volume 20, Issue 2
Published August 2006
128 pages

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No sign of gravitational lensing in the cosmic microwave background
No sign of gravitational lensing in the cosmic microwave background
Perspective by Ron Samec
4–5
Connecting imaginary human evolution dots: the case of Australopithecus anamensis
Connecting imaginary human evolution dots: the case of Australopithecus anamensis
Perspective by Peter Line
6–7
Polar dinosaur conundrum
Polar dinosaur conundrum
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–10
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui: the oldest man-made Genesis artefact?
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui: the oldest man-made Genesis artefact?
Perspective by Stephen Brennecke
10–11
CMB conundrums
CMB conundrums
Perspective by John Hartnett
12–14
Quantization of starlight redshift not from Hubble Law
Quantization of starlight redshift not from Hubble Law
Perspective by Clint Bishard
14–15
Devouring a cannibal myth
Devouring a cannibal myth
Perspective by Lael Weinberger
16 –17
Founder mutations: evidence for evolution?
Founder mutations: evidence for evolution?
by Chinmoy Biswas
18 –19
‘Gastroliths’ deposited by mass flow
‘Gastroliths’ deposited by mass flow
Perspective by Michael Oard
20–23
A reliable historical record
A reliable historical record
A review of On the Reliability of the Old Testament by Kenneth A. Kitchen
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
24–29
Days by a cosmic clock?
Days by a cosmic clock?
A review of The Science of God: The Convergence of Scientific and Biblical Wisdom by Gerald L. Schroeder
Book Review by Frank DeRemer
29–35
Evidence for Message Theory
Evidence for Message Theory
A review of Life’s Solution: Inevitable Humans in a Lonely Universe by Simon Conway Morris
Book Review by Walter ReMine
36–41
Radiometric dating and old ages in disarray
Radiometric dating and old ages in disarray
A review of Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth, Volume II: Results of a Young-Earth Creationist Research Initiative, edited by Larry Vardiman, Andrew A. Snelling and Eugene F. Chaffin
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
42–47
Flying dinosaurs, flightless dinosaurs and other evolutionary fantasies
Flying dinosaurs, flightless dinosaurs and other evolutionary fantasies
Countering the Critics Article by Emil Silvestru
48–50
Chimp genome sequence very different from man
Chimp genome sequence very different from man
Letter to the Editor by Royal Truman. Reply: David DeWitt
50–51
Maintaining respect for biblical teaching
Maintaining respect for biblical teaching
Letter to the Editor by Dominic Murphy. Reply: Justin Taylor
52
Problems with ‘Searching for Moses’ article
Problems with ‘Searching for Moses’ article
Letter to the Editor by P. J. Williams. Reply: David Down
52
Invitation from Creation Research Society
Invitation from Creation Research Society
Letter to the Editor by Don DeYoung
53–60
The elements of the universe point to creation: introduction to a critique of nucleosynthesis
			theory
The elements of the universe point to creation: introduction to a critique of nucleosynthesis theory
Paper by Jonathan Henry
61–64
The rapid formation of siliciclastic stratigraphy: an example from Panama City Beach,
			Florida (USA)
The rapid formation of siliciclastic stratigraphy: an example from Panama City Beach, Florida (USA)
Paper by Carl R. Froede Jr
65–70
The moon’s recession and age
The moon’s recession and age
Paper by Jonathan Henry
71–81
Flood transported quartzites: Part 2—west of the Rocky Mountains
Flood transported quartzites: Part 2—west of the Rocky Mountains
Paper by Michael Oard, John Hergenrather and Peter Klevberg
82–89
Do new functions arise by gene duplication?
Do new functions arise by gene duplication?
Paper by Yingguang Liu and Dan Moran
90–99
Searching for needles in a haystack
Searching for needles in a haystack
Paper by Royal Truman
100–103
Pleiades and Orion: two ancient Hebrew words
Pleiades and Orion: two ancient Hebrew words
Paper by Roarie Starbuck
104–112
These apes were made for walking: the pelves of Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus
			africanus
These apes were made for walking: the pelves of Australopithecus afarensis and Australopithecus africanus
Paper by Matthew Murdock
113–122
Are soft-sediment trace fossils (ichnofossils) a time problem for the Flood?
Are soft-sediment trace fossils (ichnofossils) a time problem for the Flood?
Paper by John Woodmorappe
123–127
Does logic need faith?
Does logic need faith?
Essay by Merrill Callaway

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