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Journal of Creation

(Previously called TJ)

Volume 16, Issue 2
Published August 2002
124 pages

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Contents:

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Title

3–4
Watery catastrophe deduced from huge Ceratopsian dinosaur graveyard
Watery catastrophe deduced from huge Ceratopsian dinosaur graveyard
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–7
Globular clusters and the challenge of blue straggler stars
Globular clusters and the challenge of blue straggler stars
Perspective by Rod Bernitt
8
More junk reclaimed
More junk reclaimed
Perspective by Don Batten
8–10
The uniformitarian mystery of radiolarian chert
The uniformitarian mystery of radiolarian chert
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
10–12
Dinosaur footprints, fish traces                 and the Flood
Dinosaur footprints, fish traces and the Flood
Perspective by John Woodmorappe
13–15
C4 photosynthesis—evolution or design?
C4 photosynthesis—evolution or design?
Perspective by Don Batten
15–17
Kuiper Belt                             Objects: solution to short-period comets?
Kuiper Belt Objects: solution to short-period comets?
Perspective by Robert Newton
17–20
Did life’s                             building blocks come from outer space?
Did life’s building blocks come from outer space?
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
20–21
The naturalistic formation of planets exceedingly difficult
The naturalistic formation of planets exceedingly difficult
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
22–24
Gould grumbles                             about creationist ‘hijacking’
Gould grumbles about creationist ‘hijacking’
Perspective by Don Batten
25–27
Don't blame the map
Don't blame the map
A review of The Map that Changed the World: The Tale of William Smith and the Birth of a Science by Simon Winchester
Book Review by Tas Walker
28–30
Top-notch creation research
Top-notch creation research
A review of Climates Before and After the Genesis Flood—Numerical Models and Their Implications by Larry Vardiman
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
31–36
Fostering fallacy
Fostering fallacy
A review of Reason, Science and Faith by Roger Forster & Paul Marston
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
37–39
Language, lineage and the Bible
Language, lineage and the Bible
A review of Genes, Peoples and Languages by Luigi L. Cavalli-Storza
Book Review by Alexander R. Williams
40–41
Disappointing                             discourse
Disappointing discourse
A review of Genesis: A Commentary by Bruce K. Waltke
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
42–45
Richard Goldschmidt's monster
Richard Goldschmidt's monster
Countering the Critic Article by A.W. (Bill) Mehlert
46–53
The portrayal of creationists                 by their evolutionist detractors
The portrayal of creationists by their evolutionist detractors
Countering the Critic Article by Philip B. Bell
54–55
A bouquet for a rose?
A bouquet for a rose?
Letter to the Editor by C. Berndt
55
The crimes of Galileo
The crimes of Galileo
Letter to the Editor by A. Kulikovsky
55–58
Protein families
Protein families
Letter to the Editor by J. Warawa
58–59
Is Cudi Dagh an impossible                 location?
Is Cudi Dagh an impossible location?
Letter to the Editor by D. Larsen
59–61
Cudi Dagh not high enough
Cudi Dagh not high enough
Letter to the Editor by M.J. Hunter
61–62
The Ice Age and ancient maps
The Ice Age and ancient maps
Letter to the Editor by J. Van Dyke
63–68
Chronologies
Chronologies
Forum by L. McFall
69–72
Could Behemoth have                 been a dinosaur?
Could Behemoth have been a dinosaur?
Forum by D. Porter
73–79
Is the word ‘earth’                 ('erets) equivocal?
Is the word ‘earth’ ('erets) equivocal?
Forum by P.H. Seely
79–82
A geocentrist replies to ‘Geocentrism                 and Creation’
A geocentrist replies to ‘Geocentrism and Creation’
Forum by M. Bowden
83
Evenings and mornings
Evenings and mornings
Viewpoint by Andrew Kulikovsky
84–88
Weasel,                             a flexible program for investigating deterministic computer ‘demonstrations’                             of evolution
Weasel, a flexible program for investigating deterministic computer ‘demonstrations’ of evolution
Research Note by Les Ey and Don Batten
89–94
British scriptural                             geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 7—Rev. Samuel                             Best (1802–1873)
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 7—Rev. Samuel Best (1802–1873)
Paper by Terry Mortenson
95–104
Our galaxy is                             the centre of the universe, ‘quantized’ redshifts show
Our galaxy is the centre of the universe, ‘quantized’ redshifts show
Paper by D. Russell Humphreys
105–109
Darwin's critical influence on the ruthless extremes of capitalism
Darwin's critical influence on the ruthless extremes of capitalism
Paper by Jerry Bergman
110–113
Bacterial life                             in ancient salt
Bacterial life in ancient salt
Paper by Evert van der Heide
114–117
Can welded tuffs form underwater?
Can welded tuffs form underwater?
Paper by Michael J. Oard
118–127
The evolution of plants: a major                 problem for Darwinism
The evolution of plants: a major problem for Darwinism
Paper by Jerry Bergman