Creation and Science Chronicle http://blog.creation.org News and Views on Creation vs Evolution Fri, 21 Sep 2018 15:06:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 Creation Update, Autumn 2018 http://blog.creation.org/creation-update-autumn-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/creation-update-autumn-2018/#respond Fri, 21 Sep 2018 15:06:25 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3181 Scientist Challenges Darwin’s Theory (Nathaniel Jeanson). p. 1 Creation Ministry in Siberia. p. 1 European Creation Conference. p. 1 Media Watch, p. 2, 4 Creation Moments : Where Did the... Read more »

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Creation Update, Autumn 2018, No. 110Scientist Challenges Darwin’s Theory (Nathaniel Jeanson). p. 1
Creation Ministry in Siberia. p. 1
European Creation Conference. p. 1
Media Watch, p. 2, 4
Creation Moments : Where Did the ‘Races’ Come From? p. 2
CRT Meetings. p. 2
Editorial : The Science of ‘Must Have’ / Geoff Chapman. p. 3
CRT Resources Used in UK Outreach. p. 3
Resource News. p. 4
International Conference on Creationism. p. 4

Editor: Geoff Chapman.

Creation Update, No. 1110, Autumn 2018, quarterly, free by request, 4 pages. Creation Update in world libraries.

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Our World, No. 124, 2018 http://blog.creation.org/our-world-no-124-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/our-world-no-124-2018/#respond Fri, 21 Sep 2018 14:58:38 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3179 “The earth and everything in it belong to the Lord. The world and all its people belong to him.” (Psalm 24: 1) p. 1 Take Care of Little Things! p.... Read more »

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“The earth and everything in it belong to the Lord. The world and all its people belong to him.” (Psalm 24: 1) p. 1
Take Care of Little Things! p. 1
How Our :Rubbish Harms Sea Creatures. p. 2
Nature Notes / Geoff Chapman. p. 2
What Can You Do? p. 3
A New Creation. p. 3
Puzzle Corner. p. 3
Weird and Wonderful : The Bluefin Tuna. p. 4
What Went Wrong? p. 4

Editor: Geoff Chapman.

Our World, No. 124, tri-annual, 4 pages. Free pdf download.

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Original View, No. 86, 2017 http://blog.creation.org/original-view-no-86-2017/ http://blog.creation.org/original-view-no-86-2017/#respond Fri, 21 Sep 2018 14:51:03 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3175 Meeting Darwin’s Challenge. p. 1 Gradual Change Can’t Explain This Change. p. 1 The Cat and Mousetrap Case. p. 2 The Cell Factory. p. 2 Weevils Have Threaded Joints! p.... Read more »

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Original View, No. 86Meeting Darwin’s Challenge. p. 1
Gradual Change Can’t Explain This Change. p. 1
The Cat and Mousetrap Case. p. 2
The Cell Factory. p. 2
Weevils Have Threaded Joints! p. 2
A ‘Half-Bat’ Would Never Survive! p. 2
The Eyes Have it! p. 2
Bible-Believing Scientists : Dr. Jason Lisle, Astrophysicist. p. 3
Explosive Evidence Against Evolution. p. 3
Sea Slugs’ Crafty Steal. p. 3
Well Designed! : The Waterwheel Plant. p. 4
Suppose Darwin Got It Wrong? p. 4

Editor: Geoff Chapman.

Original View, No. 86, 2018, tri-annual, 4 pages. Free pdf download.

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Creation Science Dialogue, Summer 2018 http://blog.creation.org/creation-science-dialogue-august-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/creation-science-dialogue-august-2018/#respond Fri, 21 Sep 2018 14:41:54 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3170 Creation Through New Eyes: Creation Weekend, October 26 & 27, 2018. p. 1 Sloths: Like No Other Animal Family / Jerry Bergman. p. 1 Dicot Dreamers vs Monocot Meanies /... Read more »

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Creation Science Dialogue, August 2018Creation Through New Eyes: Creation Weekend, October 26 & 27, 2018. p. 1
Sloths: Like No Other Animal Family / Jerry Bergman. p. 1
Dicot Dreamers vs Monocot Meanies / Karen, Joanna and Alisha Bain. p. 2
Great New Resources : Space: God’s Majestic Handiwork (ICR Science for Kids series) illustrated by Susan Windsor / Margaret Helder. p. 3
Great New Resources : No Christian Silence on Science by Margaret Helder. p. 2
Why Fur Coats? / Moxie. p. 6.
Ads. p. 8

Editor: Margaret Helder

Creation Science Dialogue, Vol. 45, No. 2, Summer 2018, quarterly, $8 (CAD), 8 pages. ISSN: 0229-253X

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Creation Research Society Quarterly, Winter 2018 http://blog.creation.org/creation-research-society-quarterly-winter-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/creation-research-society-quarterly-winter-2018/#respond Mon, 03 Sep 2018 10:00:15 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3158 Article : Integrating Contemporary Approaches to “Worldview” / Steven Chisham. p. 180 Article : The Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: Monument to the Flood Part II: The Retreating Stage / Michael J.... Read more »

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Creation Research Society Quarterly, Winter 2018Article : Integrating Contemporary Approaches to “Worldview” / Steven Chisham. p. 180
Article : The Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: Monument to the Flood Part II: The Retreating Stage / Michael J. Oard. p. 187
Article : The Ruin-Reconstruction Theory of Genesis 1:2 / John C. Whitcomb, Jr. p. 205
Classic Reprints : Editor’s Introduction / Danny Faulkner. p. 204
Minutes of the 2017 Creation Research Society Board of Directors Meeting. p. 210
Notes from the Panorama of Science : Something Fishy about Radiocarbon-Dating Viking Bones / James J. S. Johnson. p. 213
Letters to the Editor : Observations on Hubble Horizon and Schwarzchild Radius / Maxwell Lorentz. p. 217
Letters to the Editor : Thoughts on the Tablet Model / Lester C. Verigan, Jr. p. 219
Letters to the Editor : Response: Criticisms of the Tablet Model Remain Valid / Lee Anderson. p. 221
Media Reviews : The Universe: A Journey Through God’s Grand Design by Institute for Creation Research / Don DeYoung. p. 223
Media Reviews : Why I Left, Why I Stayed: Conversations on Christianity Between an Evangelical Father and His Humanist Son by Tony and Bart Campolo / Jerry Bergman. p. 224
Media Reviews : Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Critique edited by Stephen Meyer, Christopher Shaw, Ann Gauger, and Wayne Grudem / Aaron Hutchison. p. 225
Media Reviews : Teaching Evolution in a Creation Nation by Adam Laats and Harvey Siegel / Jerry Bergman. p. 228
Media Reviews : Fossils: Descriptions & Interpretations within a Biblical Worldview by J. D. Mitchell / Jerry Bergman. p. 229
Media Reviews : Turtles as Hopeful Monsters by Olivier Rieppel / David Woetzel. p. 232
Media Reviews : Paranoid Science: The Christian Right’s War on Reality by Antony Alumkal / Jerry Bergman. p. 233
Media Reviews : Paranoid Science: The Christian Right’s War on Reality by Antony Alumkal / Donald DeYoung. p. 234
Instructions to Authors. p. 235
Membership/Subscription Application and Renewal Form. p. 237
Order Blank for Past Issues. p. 238
iDINO II: Investigation of Dinosaur Intact Natural Osteo-tissue. p. 239

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Editor: Danny Faulkner

Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 3, Winter 2018, quarterly, $38 for CRS Quarterly and Creation Matters, 80 p. ISSN: 0092-9166

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Acts and Facts, September 2018 http://blog.creation.org/acts-and-facts-september-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/acts-and-facts-september-2018/#respond Sun, 02 Sep 2018 10:00:56 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3154 From the Editor : Begin with the Bible / Jayme Durant. p. 4 The Gospel Starts with Creation / Henry M. Morris, III. p. 5 Events : Sept/Oct/Nov. p. 8... Read more »

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From the Editor : Begin with the Bible / Jayme Durant. p. 4
The Gospel Starts with Creation / Henry M. Morris, III. p. 5
Events : Sept/Oct/Nov. p. 8
Research : Building a Biblical Paleo-Biogeography Model / Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Tim Clarey. p. 9
Impact : Our Young Solar System / Jake Hebert. p. 10
ICR Discovery Center Update. p. 14
Back to Genesis :Genetics Research Keeps Confirming a Recent Creation / Jeffrey P. Tomkins . p. 15
Back to Genesis : Bioinspiration: The Birds Will Tell You / Jerry Bergman. p. 16
Creation Q&A : Where Are All the Human Fossils? / Brian Thomas. p. 17
Engineered Adaptability : Fast Adaptation Confirms Design-Based Model / Randy J. Guliuzza. p. 18
Apologetics : Lobsters Get Comfortable in Their New Skin / James J. S. Johnson. p. 21
Stewardship : For Richer, For Poorer / Henry M. Morris, IV. p. 22
Letters to the Editor. p. 23

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Acts & Facts, Vol. 47, No. 9, September 2018, monthly, free. 24 pages. ISSN: 1094-8562

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Journal of Creation, August 2018 http://blog.creation.org/journal-of-creation-august-2018-2/ http://blog.creation.org/journal-of-creation-august-2018-2/#respond Sat, 01 Sep 2018 10:33:23 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3150 Perspective : Creation argument against the big bang no longer sustainable—CMB shadows and galaxy clusters / John G. Hartnett. p. 3 Perspective : Tunnel valleys can be formed in one... Read more »

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Journal of Creation, August 2018Perspective : Creation argument against the big bang no longer sustainable—CMB shadows and galaxy clusters / John G. Hartnett. p. 3
Perspective : Tunnel valleys can be formed in one ice age by catastrophic flow / Michael J. Oard . p. 5
Perspective : ERVs and LINEs—along novel lines of thinking / Peer Terborg . p. 8
Perspective : Still another difficulty in using foraminifera to reconstruct secular paleohistories / Michael J. Oard . p. 11
Perspective : Is it time to make human-chimp hybrids? / Jerry Bergman and Jeffrey Tomkins. p. 13
Perspective : Cosmology’s fatal weakness—underdetermination / John G. Hartnett. p. 15
Perspective : Dinosaur classification in a tumult / Michael J. Oard. p. 18
Overviews : Creationist modelling of the origins of Canis lupus familiaris—ancestry, timing, and biogeography / Cody J. Guitard . p. 20
Overviews : The theory of true narrative representations and some of its applications / John W. Oller Jr, Latayne C. Scott, and Brenden D. Oller . p. 29
Book Review : Bestselling British journalist, a gay atheist, confirms the toxicity of Darwinism to the Christian faith (The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, identity, Islam by Douglas Murray) / John Woodmorappe. p. 35
Book Review : Ummasking Natural Selection (40 Years of Evolution: Darwin’s finches on Daphne Major Island by Peter and Rosemary Grant) / Jean K. Lightner. p. 37
Book Review : A detailed rehash of all the canned anti-creationist shibboleths (God’s Word or Human Reason? An inside perspective on creationism by Jonathan Kane, Emily Willoughby, and T. Michael Keesey) / John Woodmorappe. p. 42
Book Review : The Catholic revival of creation science ( Creation, Evolution, and Catholicism: A discussion for those who believe by Thomas L. McFadden) / Michael J. Oard. p. 48
Book Review : The feminine side of eugenics (Hitler’s Furies: German women in the Nazi killing fields, 4th edition by Wendy Lower) / Jerry Bergman. p. 50
Book Review : Ubiquity of convergence—are evolutionary outcomes inevitable? (Improbable Destinies: Fate, chance, and the future of evolution by Jonathan B. Losos) / John Woodmorappe. p. 54
Letter : Extensive mixing among Israelites and non-Israelites in biblical history / James Denning. Reply: Robert Carter. p. 58
Letter : Was Terah dead when Abram left Haran? / Chuck Roehrich. Reply: Andrew Sibley. p. 59
Letter : Swinging too far to the other side / Jean O’Micks. Reply: Michael Oard. p. 60
Countering the Critics : The probability of God: a response to Dawkins /Nick Kastelein. p. 63
Viewpoint : Flood processes into the late Cenozoic: part 5—geomorphological evidence / Michael J. Oard . p. 70
Viewpoint : What does the catechism of the Roman Catholic Church say about creation? / Matthew Cserhati . p. 79
Viewpoint : Chronology and the Gezer connection—Solomon, Thutmose III, Shishak and Hatshepsut / Anne Habermehl . p. 83
Viewpoint : Roman Catholic confusion on creation / Benno Zuiddam. p. 91
Paper : Developmental gene regulatory networks—an insurmountable impediment to evolution / Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Jerry Bergman. p. 96
Paper : Christian theology and the rise of Newtonian science—imposed law and the divine will / Dominic Statham. p. 103
Paper : Origen, origins, and allegory / Andrew Sibley. p. 110
Paper : Salt magma and sediments interfingered / Stef J. Heerema and Gert-Jan H.A. van Heugten. p. 118
Research Note : Effective population sizes and loss of diversity during the Flood bottleneck / Robert W. Carter. p. 124

Editor: Pierre Jeriström.

Journal of Creation, Vol. 32, No. 2, August 2018, tri-annual, $39 for 3 issues, 130 pages. ISSN: 1036-2916.

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Journal of Creation, April 2018 http://blog.creation.org/journal-of-creation-april-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/journal-of-creation-april-2018/#respond Sat, 01 Sep 2018 10:15:27 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3138 Perspective : Planation surfaces below the Antarctic Ice Sheet / Michael J. Oard. p. 3 Perspective : The satellites of Pluto / Wayne Spencer. p. 4 Perspective : Planation surfaces... Read more »

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Journal of Creation, April 2018Perspective : Planation surfaces below the Antarctic Ice Sheet / Michael J. Oard. p. 3
Perspective : The satellites of Pluto / Wayne Spencer. p. 4
Perspective : Planation surfaces formed by river piracy? / Michael J. Oard. p. 8
Perspective : Hybridization shaking up the evolutionary Tree of Life—what does it mean for creationists? / Jean K. Lightner. p. 10
Perspective : At least some ‘tillites’ may be impact debris / Michael J. Oard. p. 13
Perspective : Evidence for Flood fountains adjacent to the cratonic margin of southwestern Australia / Harry Dickens. p. 16
Perspective : Is the 5th toe vestigial? / Jerry Bergman. p. 20
Overviews : Arthropod responses to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens—implications for Noahic Flood recovery / Keith H. Swenson. p. 23
Book Review : Nazi racist copycats (Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the making of Nazi race law by James Q. Whitman) / Jerry Bergman. p. 31
Book Review : Unprecedented precision in biblical chronology (From Abraham to Paul: A biblical chronology by Andrew Steinmann) / Brian Thomas. p. 35
Book Review : Modern science catches up with Neandertal man (The Neanderthals Rediscovered—How modern science is rewriting their story by Dimitra Papagianni and Michael A. Morse) / Jean O’Micks. p. 38
Book Review : Important reference work offers good overview of interpretive options (Dictionary of Christianity and Science: The definitive reference for the intersection of Christian faith and contemporary science edited by Paul Copan, Tremper Longman III, Christopher L. Reese, Michael Strauss) / Lita Cosner. p. 43
Book Review : The Copernican debate: science vs science not science vs religion (Setting Aside All Authority: Giovanni Battista Riccioli and the science against Copernicus in the Age of Galileo by Christopher M. Graney) / John G. Hartnett. p. 45
Book Review : A naturalist’s nightmare (A Fortunate Universe: Life in a finely tuned cosmos by Geraint F. Lewis and Luke A. Barnes) / Dominic Statham. p. 48
Book Review : Icons of evolution revisited—all the old and new icons collapse (Zombie Science: More icons of evolution by Jonathan Wells) / John Woodmorappe. p. 53
Countering the Critics : Radiocarbon in coal: is uranium the answer? / Jim Mason . p. 59
Countering the Critics : Was evolution invented by Greek philosophers? / Benno Zuiddam. p. 68
Viewpoint : Perspectives on ancient chronology and the Old Testament—part 2 / Murray R. Adamthwaite. p. 76
Paper : Carol Cleland’s case of historical science—part 2: apologetic for historical science / John K. Reed and Peter Klevberg. p. 84
Paper : The meaning of unconformities / John K. Reed and Michael J. Oard. p. 92
Paper : The self-regulation of growth problem for natural selection / Jerry Bergman. p. 100
Paper : Making some sense of Babel and afterwards / Paul J.N. Lawrence. p. 106
Paper : The genetic history of the Israelite nation / Robert W. Carter. p. 114
Essay : Researchers remain divided over ‘feathered dinosaurs’ / Brian Thomas and Jonathan Sarfati. p. 121

Editor: Pierre Jeriström.

Journal of Creation, Vol. 32, No. 1, April 2018, tri-annual, $39 for 3 issues, 130 pages. ISSN: 1036-2916.

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Creation Update (CMI), August 2018 http://blog.creation.org/creation-update-cmi-august-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/creation-update-cmi-august-2018/#respond Fri, 31 Aug 2018 10:30:29 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3131 Can You Love Jesus and Reject His Word? / Lisa Cosner and Gary Bates. p. 1 Upcoming Events 2018. p. 4 Editor: unknown Creation Prayer Update, August 2018, irregular, free,... Read more »

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Creation Update, August 2018Can You Love Jesus and Reject His Word? / Lisa Cosner and Gary Bates. p. 1
Upcoming Events 2018. p. 4

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Creation Matters, July/August 2018 http://blog.creation.org/creation-matters-july-august-2018/ http://blog.creation.org/creation-matters-july-august-2018/#respond Fri, 31 Aug 2018 10:00:27 +0000 http://blog.creation.org/?p=3118 Why Geology Matters : The Importance of Flood Geology / Michael J. Oard and John K. Reed. p. 1 Math Matters : Stephen Hawking’s Tombstone / Don DeYoung. p. 2... Read more »

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Creation Matters, July/August 2018Why Geology Matters : The Importance of Flood Geology / Michael J. Oard and John K. Reed. p. 1
Math Matters : Stephen Hawking’s Tombstone / Don DeYoung. p. 2
A Vestigial Organs Update: Tonsils and Appendix / Jerry Bergman. p. 3
Matters of Fact : Troglomorphism: Genetic or Epigenetic? / Jean K. Lightner. p. 4
The CRS Board of Directors Hold Their 55th Annual Meeting. p. 6
Speaking of Science from the Creation-Evolution Headlines / David F. Coppedge. p. 9
Quarterly Research Matters : Baraminology: How Can We Use the Ever-Growing Molecular Data for Creation Research; Post-Flood Migration: How Did Tortoises Get From Ararat to the Americas?; Intelligent Design: What Is It, and Can it Help Us Build the Creation Model? / Jean K. Lightner. p. 11
All By Design : Move Over Clover / Jonathan C. O’Quinn. p. 12

Editor: Glen W. Wolfrom

Creation Matters, Vol. 23, No. 4, July/August 2018, bi-monthly, free download of older issues or $43 for CRS Quarterly & Creation Matters, 12 pages. ISSN: 1094-6632

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