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Journal of Creation

Volume 33, Issue 2
Published August 2019
127 pages

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Contents:

Page

Title

3–4
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Many paths lead to high-altitude adaptation
Perspective by Jean K. Lightner
5–6
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Darwin’s Point
Perspective by Jerry Bergman
7–8
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A case for rapid formation of calcareous concretions
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
9–12
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Some strengths and weaknesses of the polymers hield explanation for soft tissue fossils
Perspective by Brian Thomas, Stephen Taylor, and Kevin Anderson
13–15
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New evidence for rapid Ice Age deposition on the Greenland Ice Sheet
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
16–17
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Waterfall formation may not need tectonics or climate change
Perspective by Michael J. Oard
18–21
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AI and the secular vision to redefine life itself
A review of Life 3.0: Being human in the age of Artificial Intelligence (Max Tegmark)
Book Review by Lucien Tuinstra
22–27
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Einstein’s physics says there is no biblical creationist starlight travel-time problem
A review of The Physics of Einstein: Black holes, time travel, distant starlight, E=mc2 (Jason Lisle)
Book Review by John G. Hartnett
28–29
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Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman
A review of Timefulness: How thinking like a geologist can help save the world (Marcia Bjornerud)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
30–32
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The Missoula Flood—analogue for the greatest flood of all
A review of Bretz’s Flood: The remarkable story of a rebel geologist and the world’s greatest flood) John Soennichsen)
Book Review by Edward Isaacs
33–37
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A book about human errors that don’t exist
A review of Human Errors: A panorama of our glitches, from pointless bones to broken genes (Nathan H. Lents)
Book Review by Jerry Bergman
38–41
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Mankind undone: the evolutionary identity crisis
A review of The Human Instinct: How we evolved to have reason, consciousness, and free will (Kenneth R. Miller)
Book Review by Keaton Halley
42–45
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A rather pro-evolutionary author who mischaracterizes evolutionary transitional forms
A review of The Quest (Todd Wood)
Book Review by John Woodmorappe
46–50
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Matti Leisola—bioengineer dumps Darwin, declares design
A review of Heretic: One scientist’s journey from Darwin to design (Matti Leisola and Jonathan Witt)
Book Review by Gavin Cox
51–56
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A successful decade for ‘Mendel’s Accountant’
Overview by Rob W. Carter
57–60
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Biblical Ice Age solves uniformitarian global end-Pleistocene mass extinction debate
Overview by Michael J. Oard
61–64
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Hydroplate Theory—problems for trench formation in the Pacific Basin
Letter from Bruce Armstrong. Reply: Edward Isaacs
65–72
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Orang-outang or Homo sylvestris: ape-men before Darwin
Paper by Andrew Sibley
73–76
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The effects of the Curse visible in the cosmos present another biblical creationist starlight travel-time problem
Paper by John G. Hartnett
77–83
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The Continuous Environmental Tracking hypothesis—application in seed dormancy and germination in forest ecosystems
Paper by Tom Hennigan and Randy Guliuzza
84–92
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Destructive parasites: expressions of God’s creation?
Paper by Warren A. Shipton
93–98
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Feathered pterosaurs: ruffling the feathers of dinosaur evolution
Paper by Joel Tay
99–106
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Flood processes into the late Cenozoic—part 7: critique of a post-Flood Cenozoic
Paper by Michael J. Oard
107–112
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The green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii find safety in numbers by design
Paper by Matthew Cserhati
113–120
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A history of the United Methodist Church’s opposition to creationism and intelligent design
Essay by Jerry Bergman
121–127
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Examining the usage and scope of historical science—a response to Dr Carol Cleland and a defence of terminology
Essay by Paul Price