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Journal of Creation

Volume 26, Issue 3
Published December 2012
127 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

3–4
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Further evidence of only one large Lake Missoula flood
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
5–7
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New science on the young sun, and Earth migration
Perspective by Wayne Spencer
8–10
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‘Feathered’ dinos—no feathers after all! [Pre-publication version]
Perspective by Jonathan Sarfati
11–12
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The power of evolution in ‘feathered dinosaurs’
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
12–14
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Mercury’s crust is magnetized—more evidence for a young solar system
Perspective by D. Russell Humphreys
15–17
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The puzzle of disharmonious associations during the Ice Age
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
18–20
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The search for meaning, and what it means
A review of Surprised by Meaning: Science, Faith, and How We Make Sense of Things by Alister E. McGrath
Book Review by Daniel Davidson
21–24
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Dalai Lama—Nobel laureate Darwinism critic
A review of The Universe in a Single Atom by Tenzin Gyatso
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
25–28
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Who is being divisive about creation?
A review of Seven Days that Divide the World by John Lennox
Book Review by Lita Cosner
29–34
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A theistic paleontologist with dubious theology and little-better science
A review of Evolution and Belief: Confessions of a Religious Paleontologist by Robert J. Asher
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
34–37
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A lesson in rational thinking
A review of An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming by Nigel Lawson
Book Review by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
38–39
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The authoritative dinosaur book
A review of Dinosaur Challenges and Mysteries by Michael J. Oard
Book Review by Brian Thomas
40–42
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The Holocaust—Darwinists tried and found guilty
A review of Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race by Dieter Kuntz (Ed.)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
43
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Is the earth still underpopulated?
Letter to the Editor from Anthony Smith. Reply: Andrew Kulikovsky
43–44
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Creation and the courtroom—what is the right strategy?
Letter to the Editor from Shaun Doyle. Reply: Rachael Denhollander
45–46
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An impact Flood submodel—dealing with issues
Letter to the Editor from Rod Bernitt. Reply: Michael J. Oard
46–47
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A new magnetic field theory and Flood model
Letter to the Editor from Lance Reece. Reply: Don Stenberg
47–49
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Could most of the earth’s U, Th, and K have been in the mantle prior to the Flood?
Letter to the Editor from John Baumgardner. Reply: Don Stenberg
50–53
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‘Ancient’ coral growth layers
Countering the Critics by Robert W. Carter
54–59
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The evolutionary paradox of the Roraima pollen of South America is still not solved
Countering the Critics by Emil Silvestru
60–67
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Vas deferens—refuting ‘bad design’ arguments
Countering the Critics by E. van Niekerk
68–75
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Do radioisotope methods yield trustworthy relative ages for the earth’s rocks?
Viewpoint by John Baumgardner
76–78
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Recent challenges to natural selection
Viewpoint by Phil Gaskill and Brian Thomas
79–84
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‘The Queen of the South’ is ‘the Queen of Egypt’
Viewpoint by David Austin
85–91
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Egyptian coins in the time of Joseph
Viewpoint by Patrick Clarke
92–94
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William Robin Thompson—creation scientist
Paper by Jerry Bergman
95–100
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Creationism and millennialism among the Church Fathers
Paper by Andrew Sibley
101–106
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Information Theory—part 1: overview of key ideas
Paper by Royal Truman
107–114
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Information Theory—part 2: weaknesses in current conceptual frameworks
Paper by Royal Truman
115–119
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Information Theory—part 3: introduction to Coded Information Systems
Paper by Royal Truman
120–127
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Is plate tectonics really occurring today?
Paper by Michael J. Oard