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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 14, Issue 2
Published August 2000
127 pages

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3–5
Phoenix Galaxy                             stars explode stellar evolution theory
Phoenix Galaxy stars explode stellar evolution theory
Perspective by Rod Bernitt
5–6
Does a ‘transitional                             form’ replace one gap with two gaps?
Does a ‘transitional form’ replace one gap with two gaps?
Perspective by John Woodmorappe
6–8
Lagar Velho 1 child skeleton
Lagar Velho 1 child skeleton
Perspective by Marvin Lubenow
9–10
A tropical reptile                             in the ‘Cretaceous’ Arctic
A tropical reptile in the ‘Cretaceous’ Arctic
Perspective by Michael Oard
11–13
Is the evolutionary                             tree changing into a creationist orchard?
Is the evolutionary tree changing into a creationist orchard?
Perspective by Pierre Jerlström
14–17
Only one ‘Lake                             Missoula’ flood
Only one ‘Lake Missoula’ flood
Perspective by Michael Oard
18–30
‘Junk’ DNA: evolutionary                             discards or God’s tools?
‘Junk’ DNA: evolutionary discards or God’s tools?
Overview by Linda K. Walkup
31–40
The development                             of languages is nothing like biological evolution
The development of languages is nothing like biological evolution
Overview by Allan K. Steel
40
Humanism
Humanism
Quotation
40
Who said this about evolution?
Who said this about evolution?
Quotation
41–46
The tower with                             many flaws
The tower with many flaws
Book Review by Allan Steel
47–49
The Karoo vertebrate non-problem
The Karoo vertebrate non-problem
Countering the Critic Article by John Woodmorappe
50–53
The plantaris and the question                 of vestigial muscles in man
The plantaris and the question of vestigial muscles in man
Countering the Critic Article by David Menton
54–56
Cainan: in or out?
Cainan: in or out?
Letter to the Editor
56–57
Integrated Flood model
Integrated Flood model
Letter to the Editor
57–58
Dinosaurs and the Flood
Dinosaurs and the Flood
Letter to the Editor
58
Correction
Correction
58
Lawless science
Lawless science
Quotation
58
The religion of scientism
The religion of scientism
Quotation
59–63
Defining the pre-Flood/Flood                 boundary
Defining the pre-Flood/Flood boundary
Forum by Steven A. Austin
63–68
The pre-Flood/Flood boundary
The pre-Flood/Flood boundary
Forum by Carl Froede Jnr.
69–73
Starlight—time and again
Starlight—time and again
Forum by Samuel Conner & Don Page
73–76
Starlight and time: a response
Starlight and time: a response
Forum by Russell Humphreys
77–80
Errors in Humphreys’ model
Errors in Humphreys’ model
Forum by E.D. Fackerell & C.B.G. McIntosh
81
Errors in Humphreys’ model: Humphreys                 replies
Errors in Humphreys’ model: Humphreys replies
Forum by Russell Humphreys
82–90
Ecology, biodiversity                             and Creation
Ecology, biodiversity and Creation
Paper by Henry Zuill
91–94
Scriptural constraints on the variation of water level during the Genesis Flood
Scriptural constraints on the variation of water level during the Genesis Flood
Paper by Max J. Hunter
95–98
Do any vestigial                             organs exist in humans?
Do any vestigial organs exist in humans?
Paper by Jerry Bergman
99–122
Conflicting ‘ages’                 of Tertiary basalt and contained fossilised wood
Conflicting ‘ages’ of Tertiary basalt and contained fossilised wood
Paper by Andrew A. Snelling
123–127
Hypercanes
Hypercanes: rainfall generators during the Flood?
Paper by John Woodmorappe