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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 11, Issue 1
Published April 1997
123 pages

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1
Saturn's rings short-lived and young
Saturn's rings short-lived and young
Perspective by A.A. Snelling
2–4
Origin of life even earlier
Origin of life even earlier
Perspective by A.A. Snelling
4–6
Self-replicating enzymes?
Self-replicating enzymes?
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
7
A classic tillite reclassified as                             a submarine debris flow
A classic tillite reclassified as a submarine debris flow
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
8–9
New vertebrate remains from the late Cambrian?
New vertebrate remains from the late Cambrian?
Perspective by A.A. Snelling
9–10
Greenland ice cores indicate massive ice age volcanism
Greenland ice cores indicate massive ice age volcanism
Perspective by M.J. Oard
10
The trouble with teeth
The trouble with teeth
Perspective by D. Batten
11–17
The relationship between the Fall, the Curse, and the                 Gospel
The relationship between the Fall, the Curse, and the Gospel
Overview by David G. Shackelford
17
Compromising with naturalism
Compromising with naturalism
Quotation
18–24
Between Jerusalem and the laboratory: a theologian                 looks at science
Between Jerusalem and the laboratory: a theologian looks at science
by Michael Bauman
25–30
Mere creation conference
Mere creation conference
by Thane H. Ury
31–32
Blood types and their origin
Blood types and their origin
by Jonathan D. Sarfati
33–35
Book review: A Test of Time: The Bible—From Myth to History
Book review: A Test of Time: The Bible—From Myth to History
Book Review by John Osgood
35–37
Book review: The Facts of Life
Book review: The Facts of Life
Book Review by A.W. Mehlert
37–39
Book review: Dinosaur Tracks and Other Fossil Footprints of                             the Western United States
Book review: Dinosaur Tracks and Other Fossil Footprints of the Western United States
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
39
Evolutionary biology
Evolutionary biology
Quotation
39
Cosmology
Cosmology
Quotation
40–45
The global stratigraphic record
The global stratigraphic record
Letter to the Editor
45–46
The Biblical record and the geological record
The Biblical record and the geological record
Letter to the Editor
46–47
Rock colouration
Rock colouration
Letter to the Editor
47
The origin of life
The origin of life
Letter to the Editor
47–49
Archaeoastronomy Theory—is it the pits?
Archaeoastronomy Theory—is it the pits?
Letter to the Editor
49–50
Early history of man
Early history of man
Letter to the Editor
50–51
Precambrian geology
Precambrian geology
Letter to the Editor
51
Suffering and the problem of evil
Suffering and the problem of evil
Letter to the Editor
52–60
Rapid changes in oxygen isotope content                             of ice cores
Rapid changes in oxygen isotope content of ice cores
Paper by Larry Vardiman
61–64
Sedimentation experiments: is extrapolation                             appropriate?
Sedimentation experiments: is extrapolation appropriate?
Paper by William Hoskin
65–70
Sedimentation experiments: is extrapolation                             appropriate? A reply
Sedimentation experiments: is extrapolation appropriate? A reply
Paper by Guy Berthault
71–75
The division of the earth in Peleg's Days: tectonic                 or linguistic?
The division of the earth in Peleg's Days: tectonic or linguistic?
Paper by John A. Watson
76–81
The origin of language
The origin of language
Paper by Charles V. Taylor
82–92
Cell cycle control and Paley's watch
Cell cycle control and Paley's watch
Paper by Jerry Bergman
93–105
Man, micro-parasites, and electron microscopy of trematodes
Man, micro-parasites, and electron microscopy of trematodes
Paper by Mark H. Armitage
106–110
An understanding of Genesis 2:5
An understanding of Genesis 2:5
Paper by Michael J. Kruger
111–123
In search of Amalek
In search of Amalek
Paper by Ralph S. Pacini