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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 18, Issue 3
Published December 2004
124 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4
Fine-structure constant is constant!
Fine-structure constant is constant!
Perspective by John Hartnett
4–6
Design in the genome? A matter of bias
Design in the genome? A matter of bias
Perspective by C.W. Nelson
7
“Evolutionary Origins” continue to be pushed back in time
“Evolutionary Origins” continue to be pushed back in time
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–9
The sun in time
The sun in time
Perspective by Ron Samec
9–10
Young planet challenges evolutionary theory
Young planet challenges evolutionary theory
Perspective by Justin K. Taylor
11
Missing nanodiamonds pose problems for the evolutionary theory of the solar system
Missing nanodiamonds pose problems for the evolutionary theory of the solar system
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12–13
Out of Africa “assimilation” spells trouble for progressive creationists
Out of Africa “assimilation” spells trouble for progressive creationists
Perspective by Peter Line
14–16
Cosmological interpretation may be wrong for record redshift galaxy!
Cosmological interpretation may be wrong for record redshift galaxy!
Perspective by John Hartnett
16
Remarkable stasis of a fossil ostracode with soft parts
Remarkable stasis of a fossil ostracode with soft parts
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
17
“Just-so” stories of sex and family life
“Just-so” stories of sex and family life
Perspective by Don Batten
18–23
Genetic variability and human history
Genetic variability and human history
Overview by C.W. Nelson
24–27
The origins of language: an investigation of various theories
The origins of language: an investigation of various theories
Overview by Michelle French
28–30
Countering Christophobia
Countering Christophobia
A review of Christianity on Trial: Arguments Against Anti-religious Bigotry by Vincent Carroll & David Shifflet
Book Review by Brent Hardaway and Jonathan Sarfati
31–34
Explaining design away
Explaining design away
A review of Darwin and Design: Does Evolution have a Purpose? by Michael Ruse
Book Review by Alex Williams
35–40
Lunatics, Lucy and a little book for the school library
Lunatics, Lucy and a little book for the school library A review of Making Friends with Fossils: How to find your way through the maze of human origins by Helen Lawrence
Book Review by Brad Harrub
41–45
Magnifying evolutionary problems
Magnifying evolutionary problems
A review of Evolution under the Microscope by David W. Swift
Book Review by Philip Bell
46–47
The rhetoric of design
The rhetoric of design
A review of Doubts About Darwin: A History of Intelligent Design by Thomas Woodward
Book Review by Eric Blievernicht
48–51
The creation of Yorkshire
The creation of Yorkshire
A review of A Geological Survey of the Yorkshire Coast (1828) by George Young (1777–1848)
Book Review by Terry Mortenson
52–57
Geological answers for the 19th and 21st centuries
Geological answers for the 19th and 21st centuries
A review of Scriptural Geology (1838) and Appendix to Scriptural Geology (1840) by George Young (1777–1848)
Book Review by Terry Mortenson
58–60
Designing the earth without a designer
Designing the earth without a designer
A review of The Privileged Planet by y Guillermo Gonzalez & Jay W. Richards
Book Review by Jonathan Henry
61–62
The keys to interpreting Genesis: history and genre
The keys to interpreting Genesis: history and genre
A review of Yea, Hath God Said? by Kenneth L. Gentry Jr & Michael R. Butler
Book Review by Andrew Kulikovsky
63–69
Potentially decisive evidence 					against pseudogene ‘shared mistakes’
Potentially decisive evidence against pseudogene ‘shared mistakes’
Countering the Critic Article by John Woodmorappe
70–75
The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals
The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals
Countering the Critic Article by Robert J. M. Gurney
76–81
The Three Sisters: strong 					evidence for Noah’s Flood in Australia
The Three Sisters: strong evidence for Noah’s Flood in Australia
Countering the Critic Article by Tas Walker
82–92
Field study of purported hardgrounds of the Cincinnatian (Ohio, USA)
Field study of purported hardgrounds of the Cincinnatian (Ohio, USA)
Countering the Critic Article by John Woodmorappe and John Whitmore
93
Pleiades bound and Orion unbound
Pleiades bound and Orion unbound
Letter to the Editor by Don B. DeYoung
93
A “mite” wrong
A “mite” wrong
Letter to the Editor by Gary Jordan
94
Pediments
Pediments
Letter to the Editor by John Whitmore. Reply: M. J. Oard
95
Distant starlight and Genesis
Distant starlight and Genesis
Letter to the Editor by Anthony Stone. Reply: Robert Newton
96–103
Post-glacial flooding of coastal margins within the biblical timeframe of Peleg
Post-glacial flooding of coastal margins within the biblical timeframe of Peleg
Viewpoint by Andrew Sibley
104–109
Why the epidemic of fraud exists in science today
Why the epidemic of fraud exists in science today
Paper by Jerry Bergman
110–115
Sahelanthropus tchadensis—the ambiguous ape
Sahelanthropus tchadensis—the ambiguous ape
Viewpoint by Matthew Murdock
116–120
H.G. Wells: Darwin’s disciple and eugenicist extraordinaire
H.G. Wells: Darwin’s disciple and eugenicist extraordinaire
Paper by Jerry Bergman
121–127
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the 19th century: part 12. George 				Young
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the 19th century: part 12. George Young
Paper by Terry Mortenson