Daylight : Origins Science for Catholics, August 2018

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Editorial : Evolution? The Plant Kingdom says ‘No!’ / Anthony Nevard. p. 1
Teilhard de Chardin–the Cult Continues / Anthony Nevard. p. 2
Problems of Plant Evolution / Anthony Nevard. p. 4
Thoughts of Our Forefathers by Thomas Cooper (book extract) p. 22
Of Animal Disease and Man / Howard Law-Thompson. p. 27
The Persistence of a False ‘Scientific Dogma’ / Philip Byron. p. 35
Plant References in Genesis. p. 36
St Bonaventure–the Seraphic Doctor, 1221-1274. p. 37
Three Remarkable Plant Genera. p. 38

Executive editor: Anthony Nevard.

Daylight : Origins Science for Catholics, No. 60, August 2018, 3 times per year, US: $25, 38 pages.

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Creation Research Society Quarterly, Spring 2018

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Article : Getting Worldview Wrong: Philosophical Mistakes in Understanding Worldview / Steven Chisham. p. 244
Article : Genesis Flood Drainage through Southwest Montana: Part 1: Mountain and Valley Erosion and Deposition / Michael J.Oard. p. 251
Classic Reprints : The Creation of the Heavens and the Earth / John C. Whitcomb, Jr. p. 266
Letters to the Editor : Concerning Hebert and Humphreys’ Eschatological Presuppositions and “Literal Interpretation” / Nick Sabato. p.272
Letters to the Editor : Hebert Response to Sabato Letter / Jake Hebert. p. 275
Media Reviews : When the Earth Was Flat: All the Bits of Science We Got Wrong by Graeme Donald / Jerry Bergman. p. 276
Media Reviews : Performance and Evolution in the Age of Darwin: Out of the Natural Order by Jane R. Goodall / Jerry Bergman. p. 279
Media Reviews : Heretic: One Scientist’s Journey from Darwin to Design by Matti Leisola and Jonathan Witt / Jerry Bergman. p. 280
Media Reviews : Echoes of the Jurassic: Discoveries of Dinosaur Soft Tissue by Kevin Anderson / Marshall C. Jordan. p. 281
Media Reviews : Human Errors: A Panorama of Our Glitches, From Pointless Bones to Broken Genes by Nathan H. Lents / Jerry Bergman. p. 282
Media Reviews : Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray by Sabine Hossenfelder / Jim Melnick. p. 284
Media Reviews : The Rational Bible: Exodus–God, Slavery, and Freedom by Dennis Prager / Jerry Bergman. p. 286
Instructions to Authors. p. 287
Membership/Subscription Application and Renewal Form. p. 289
Order Blank for Past Issues. p. 290
iDINO II: Investigation of Dinosaur Intact Natural Osteo-tissue. p. 291

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Editor: Danny Faulkner

Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 3, Spring 2018, quarterly, $46 (Subscriber), $43 (Voting Regular), $38 ( Voting Senior), for CRS Quarterly and Creation Matters, 80 p. ISSN: 0092-9166

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Fall 2018

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Looking Back with Epperson, Fifty Years Later. Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
We Need Your Help! p. 3
Looking Back with Epperson, Fifty Years Later / Amanda Glaze. p. 4
Dinner Party 101 : Why Aren’t We Healthier? / Kate Carter. p. 5
Place & Time : A Renovated Museum at Ground Zero of the Evolution/Creationism Controversy / Randy Moore. p. 6
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
Farewell to Emily Schoerning and Welcome to Kate Carter. p. 9.
NCSE Teach: New from the Teacher Network : Riding an Okapi / Brad Hodge. p. 10
What We’re Up Against : Senators Attacking Climate Central / Glenn Branch. p. 5
Science Booster Club–News from the Science Booster Clubs : Breaking Down Barriers to Science at the State Fair / Kate Carter. p. 12
The RNCSE Review : Darwin’s Fossils: The Collection That Shaped the Theory of Evolution by Adam Lister/ Donald R. Prothero. p. 14
From the Horse’s Mouth. p. 15

Editor: Stephanie Keep

Current issue

Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 38, No. 4, Fall 2018, quarterly, free, membership $45 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

National Center for Science Education, 1904 Franklin Street, Suite 600, Oakland, CA 94612-2922.

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Summer 2018

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I’m Just a Kid. What can I do? Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
Trust Me, I’m A Scientist: Bridging the Science Communication Gap / Katherine Wu. p. 3
What We’re Up Against : Creationists in the Galápagos / Glenn Branch. p. 5
2018 Friend of Darwin and Friend of the Planet Awards. p. 6
Place & Time : The Cardiff Giant / Randy Moore. p. 6
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
Random Samples with Megan Herbert and Michael E. Mann / Stephanie Keep. p. 10
NCSE Teach: New from the Teacher Network : Much Ado about Evolution / Brad Hodge. p. 11
Science Booster Club–News from the Science Booster Clubs : New Projects, New People / Emily Schoerning. p. 12
SBC Teacher Grants–10,000 Students Later / Claire Adrian-Tucci. p. 13
The RNCSE Review : The Tantrum That Saved the World by Megan Herbert and Michael E. Mann / Kottie Christie-Blick and her fifth-grade students. p. 14
Comings and Goings at NCSE. p. 15

Editor: Stephanie Keep

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 38, No. 3, Summer 2018, quarterly, free, membership $45 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Spring 2018

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Teaching Tree-Thinking with Turtles. Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
Yes, Elementary School Teachers Also Need to Know Evolution / Mark Bloom and Ian C. Binns. p. 3
Place & Time : David Starr Jordan, 1851-1931. / Randy Moore. p. 6
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 7
Dinner Party 101 : Talking About Teachers / Claire Adrian-Tucci. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
NCSE Teach: New from the Teacher Network : A Talker, a Teacher, a Scientist, and a Fed Walk into a Bar…or at least, a conference room / Brad Hodge. p. 10
What We’re Up Against : Propaganda Accepted as Unbiased / Glenn Branch. p. 11
Science Booster Club–News from the Science Booster Clubs : Turtles, Ticks, and Mosquitoes (Oh, My!) / Emily Schoerning. p. 12
The RNCSE Review : The Quotable Darwin by Janet Browne / Glenn Branch. p. 14

Editor: Stephanie Keep

Current issue

Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 38, No. 2, Spring 2018, quarterly, free, membership $45 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

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Creation Update, Autumn 2018

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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. 110, Autumn 2018, quarterly, free by request, 4 pages. Creation Update in world libraries.

Creation Resources Trust, PO Box 3237, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7WD, England.

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Our World, No. 124, 2018

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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, 2018

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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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