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Journal of Creation

(Previously called Creation ex nihilo Technical Journal)

Volume 9, Issue 2
Published August 1995
140 pages

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Contents:

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Title

135–136
A tale of two Greenland ice cores
A tale of two Greenland ice cores
Perspective by M.J. Oard
136–137
Mirror, mirror on the wall—which is the strangest theory of all?
Mirror, mirror on the wall—which is the strangest theory of all?                
Perspective by Carl Wieland
137
Hairy mole rats upset theories
Hairy mole rats upset theories
Perspective by C. Wieland
137–138
Did Darwin get it right?
Did Darwin get it right?
Perspective by C. Wieland
138–139
The ‘principle of least astonishment’!
The ‘principle of least astonishment’!
Perspective by Andrew Snelling
139–140
Y-Chromosome Adam?
Y-Chromosome Adam?
Perspective by D. Batten
140–141
A new challenge to supposed ancient glaciations
A new challenge to supposed ancient glaciations
Perspective by M.J. Oard
141–142
Ocean ‘birth’ theories undermined
Ocean ‘birth’ theories undermined
Perspective by A.A. Snelling
142–143
Another computer simulation fails to develop an ice age
Another computer simulation fails to develop an ice age
Perspective by M.J. Oard
144–145
A catastrophic global event on Venus
A catastrophic global event on Venus
Perspective by A.A. Snelling
145
Cosmology quotable quote
Cosmology
Quotation
145
Subjectivity in science quotable quote
Subjectivity in science
Quotation
146–154
Mutations and evolution
Mutations and evolution
Overview by Jerry Bergman
154
Artificial life quotable quote
Artificial life
Quotation
155–156
Of Pandas and People, Book Review by Michael J. Oard
Book review: Of Pandas and People
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
156
Palaeontology and fossils quote
Palaeontology and fossils
Quotation
157–160
Book review: The Age of the Earth
Book review: The Age of the Earth
Book Review by Andrew A. Snelling
160–161
Book review: The Desert's Past
Book review: The Desert's Past
Book Review by Michael J. Oard
161–163
Book review: Studies in Flood Geology
Book review: Studies in Flood Geology
Book Review by Andrew A. Snelling
164
Who wrote Genesis? (Letter to the Editor)
Who wrote Genesis?
Letter to the Editor
164–165
Origin of languages (Letter to the Editor)
Origin of languages
Letter to the Editor
165
Dinosaurs and Dragons (Letter to the Editor)
Dinosaurs and dragons
Letter to the Editor
165
COBE dating (Letter to the Editor)
COBE dating
Letter to the Editor
166
C.S. Lewis and evolution (Letter to the Editor)
C.S. Lewis and evolution
Letter to the Editor
166–167
Continental drift (Letter to the Editor)
Continental drift
Letter to the Editor
167
A new note on Australopithecines (Letter to the Editor)
A note on new Australopithecines
Letter to the Editor
168
Paradigms quotation
Paradigms
Quotation
168
Theologians and naturalism, Letter to the Editor
Theologians and naturalism
Letter to the Editor
169–215
Archaic fossil human remains—an update
Archaic fossil human remains—an update
Paper by Greg J. Beasley
216–222
Towards a creationist understanding of 'transitional forms'
Towards a creationist understanding of 'transitional forms'
Paper by Kurt P. Wise
223–243
The importance of unconformity
The importance of unconformity
Paper by Gordon E. Davison
244–258
The whale fossil in Diatomite
The whale fossil in Diatomite, Lompoc, California
Paper by Andrew A. Snelling
259–262
Surprising facts about the sun and moon
Surprising facts about the sun and moon
Paper by Werner Gitt
263–266
The use of the Divine names in Genesis
The use of the Divine names in Genesis
Paper by F.G. (Graeme) Smith
267–275
Contemporary suppression of the theistic worldview
Contemporary suppression of the theistic worldview
Paper by Jerry Bergman
276
Erratum
Erratum