Acts and Facts, August 2019

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Acts & Facts, August 2019, vol. 48 no. 8

From the Editor : Welcome!/ Jayme Durant. p. 4
Taking God at His Word / Henry M. Morris, III. p. 5
Events : August/September p. 8
Research : Collagen Decays Too Fast for Evolutionary Time / Brian Thomas. p. 9
Impact : Deep-Sea Dinosaur Fossil Buries Evolution / Tim Clarey and James J. Johnson. p. 10
Back to Genesis : Complex Creature Engineering Acquires a Creator / Jeffrey P. Tomkins. p 14
Back to Genesis : The Syrinx Song / Frank Sherwin. p. 15
ICR Discovery Center Update. p. 16
Engineered Adaptability : Continuous Environmental Tracking Wrap-Up / Randy J. Guliuzza. p. 17
Creation Q&A : Where Do the Races Come From? / Brian Thomas. p. 20
Apologetics : Genesis Is Not a Sanitized Myth / James J. S. Johnson. p. 21
Stewardship : Commitment to a Timeless message / Henry M. Morris, IV. p. 22
Letters to the Editor. p. 23

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Executive editor: Jayme Durant
Acts & Facts, Vol. 48, No. 8, August 2019, monthly, free. 24 pages. ISSN: 1094-8562
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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Summer 2019

Science Outreach That Isn’t Just Kids’ Stuff. Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
Science Outreach That Isn’t Just Kids’ Stuff / Ashleigh Papp. p. 3
Random Samples with Bruce Alberts / Paul Oh. p. 5
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 6
NCSE Welcomes Two New Board Members: Michael E. Mann and Michael B. Lubic. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
Supporting Teachers : Ready, Set, GO! & Teacher Ambassadors: A Year in the Life / Brad Hoge. p. 10
Place & Time : The Butler Act / Randy Moore. p. 10
Breaking Down Barriers : Story and Fun at the Forefront / Kate Carter. p. 12
The RNCSE Review : Darwin Devolves: The New Science About DNA That Challenges Evolution by Michael J. Behe / Mark Terry. p. 14
What We’re Up Against : Creationism Published “In Error” / Glenn Branch. p. 15

Editor: Paul Oh

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 39, No. 3, Summer 2019, quarterly, free, membership $45 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

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Creation Matters, May/June 2019

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Mature Soil and Microbial Life at Day 3 / Glenn V. Wilson. p. 1
Why Geology Matters : Is Uniformitarianism a Sound Principle / Michael J. Oard & John K. Reed. p. 1
Math Matters : Dragonfly Wings and Other Things / Don DeYoung. p. 2
Matters of Fact : Adaptation in Sticklebacks / Jean K. Lightner. p. 7
Speaking of Science: From the Creation-Evolution Headlines / David F. Coppedge. p. 8
Letters / Dr. Gary E. Parker. p. 11
All By Design : Bats Play “Good dop”…”Bad dop” / Glen W. Wolfrom. p. 12

Editor: Glen W. Wolfrom

Creation Matters, Vol. 24, No. 3, May/June 2019, bi-monthly, free download of older issues or $43 for CRS Quarterly & Creation Matters, 12 pages. ISSN: 1094-6632

Creation Research Society, 6801 N Highway 89, Chino Valley, AZ 86323-9186

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Journal of Creation, April 2019

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Perspective : More evidence for the reality of genetic entropy—update / Robert W. Carter. p. 3
Perspective : Yedomas show one ice age / Michael J. Oard. p. 5
Perspective : Breccia pipes in the Grand Canyon change our understanding of its origin / W. R. Barnhart. p. 8
Perspective : Oumuamua—what is it? / Wayne Spencer. p. 11
Perspective : The origin of laminae in shales / Michael J. Oard. p. 14
Perspective : Long-distance transport of sediments / Michael J. Oard. p. 15
Book Review : Is there purpose in evolution? (Is there Purpose in Biology: The cost of existence and the God of love by Denis Alexander) / by Philip Bell. p. 18
Book Review : New book offers comprehensive critique of theistic evolution: (Theistic Evolution: A scienti?c, philosophical, and theological critique edited by J.P. Moreland, Stephen C. Meyer, Christopher Shaw, Ann K. Gauger, and Wayne Grudem) / Lita Cosner. p. 23
Book Review : A global anti-Christian totalitarian threat: (The Global Sexual Revolution: Destruction of freedom in the name of freedom by Gabriele Kuby) / John Loiterton. p. 26
Book Review : Debating origins: (Four Views on Creation, Evolution and Intelligent Design edited by J.B. Stump) / Shaun Doyle. p. 30
Book Review : The war on truth: (The War on Science by Shawn Otto) / Andrew Kulikovsky. p. 35
Book Review : One-sided discussion of theistic evolution: (Faith and Fossils: The Bible, creation, and evolution by Lester Grabbe) / Lita Cosner. p. 42
Book Review : Field of evolutionary psychology explains why theistic evolution and Darwinism are incompatible: Darwin, God and the Meaning of Life: How evolutionary theory undermines everything you thought you knew of life by Steve Stewart-Williams) / Benno A. Zuiddam. p. 44
Letter : Megasequences and the floating forest hypothesis: parts 1 and 2 / Barry Lee Woolley. Reply by: Timothy L. Clarey. p. 48
Countering the Critics : The poor design claim of the human birth canal examined / Jerry Bergman. p. 52
Viewpoint : Four chronological periods / David Austin. p. 57
Viewpoint : Flood processes into the late Cenozoic: part 6—climatic and other evidence / Michael J. Oard. p. 63
Paper : New cosmologies converge on the ASC model—a review of two cosmology papers presented at the International Conference on Creationism in 2018 / John G. Hartnett. p. 71
Paper : Critique of the latest evolutionary models of the beginning of life / Matthew Cserhati and Adrian Chira. p. 78
Paper : Deep time in 18th-century France—part 1: a developing belief / Andrew Sibley. p. 85
Paper : Deep time in 18th century France—part 2: in?uence upon geology and evolution in 18th and 19th century Britain / Andrew Sibley. p. 93
Paper : Have uniformitarians rescued the ‘Pacemaker of the Ice Ages’ paper? / Jake Hebert. p. 102
Paper : Patriarchal drive in the early post-Flood population/ Robert W. Carter. p. 110
Essay : The egg—irreducible complexity of creation’s perfect package / Jerry Bergman. p. 119
Essay : Blood test used to prove evolution fails / Jerry Bergman. p. 125

Editor: Pierre Jeriström.

Journal of Creation, Vol. 33, No. 1, April 2019, tri-annual, $39 for 3 issues, 127 pages. ISSN: 1036-2916.

Creation Ministries International, PO Box 350, Powder Springs, GA 30127.

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Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, June 2019

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Editorial : Worth the Steep Price / James C. Peterson. p. 7
Articles : Artificial Intelligence: Discerning a Christian Response / Derek C. Schuurman. p. 75
Articles : Challenges for an Ontology of Artificial Intelligence / Scott H. Hawley. p. 83
Articles : Artificial Intelligence: A Theological Perspective / Albert Erisman and Tripp Parke. p. 95
Articles : Mathematics Reveals Patterns That Reflect the Orderly Character of God / Danilo R. Diedrichs. p. 107
Communication : How in Hades Do We Teach Genesis 1-3? / Joshua Marshall Strahan. p. 119
Book Reviews : The Wonder of Birds: What They Tell Us About Ourselves, the World, and a Better Future by Jim Robbins / T. Todd Tracy. p. 124
Book Reviews : Darwin’s First Theory: Exploring Darwin’s Quest to Find a Theory of Earth by Rob Wesson / Ralph Stearley. p. 125
Book Reviews : Darwin’s Fossils: The Collection That Shaped the Theory of Evolution by Adrian Lister / Ralph Stearley. p. 125
Book Reviews : The Great Rift: Literacy, Numeracy, and the Religion-Science Divide by Michael E. Hobart / Calvin Jongsma. p. 127
Book Reviews : Knowing Creation: Perspectives from Theology, Philosophy, and Science edited by Andrew B. Torrance and Thomas H. McCall / Jamin Andreas Hubner. p. 129
Book Reviews : Mere Science and Christian Faith: Bridging the Divide with Emerging Adults by Greg Cootsona / Mark W. Strand. p 131
Book Reviews : Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction by Mary Ellen Hannibal / Karen E. McReynolds. p. 132
Book Reviews : Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now by Jaron Lanier / Michael Janzen. p. 133
Book Reviews : Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us about Who We Really Are by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. / John Hunt. p. 134
Letters : In Response to the Review of My Book / Luke J. Janssen. p. 136

Editor: James C. Peterson

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Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, Vol. 71, No. 2, June 2019, quarterly, available by subscription $50 year or membership $85, 68 pages. ISSN: 0892-2675

American Scientific Affiliation, P.O. Box 668, Ipswich, MA 01938

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Daylight: Origins Science for Catholics, April 2019

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Electro-reception–Detecting Electric Stimuli. Cover.
Editorial : Questions of Rhetoric and Logic; Monotreme Mysteries; Copernicus as Catholic Scientist; Paul Ellwanger, R.I.P.; Fr Peter Fehlner, R.I.P. / Anthony Nevard. p. 1
Introduction to Mr. Elmendorf’s “Logical Fallacies” / Paul Haigh. p. 3
Logic Fallacies / R. G. Elmendorf. p. 4
Afterword by Paula Haigh. p. 15
The Duckbill–A Living Victorian Paradox / Rev. J. G. Wood. p. 18
Postscript on the Playtypus / Anthony Nevard. p. 23
Copernicus and His Times / James J. Walsh. p. 26
Giants / James Lynch. p. 35
Some Quotations from the Eastertide Liturgy. p. 37
Mysteries of the Marsupiala. p. 38

Executive editor: Anthony Nevard.

Daylight : Origins Science for Catholics, No. 62, April 2019, 3 times per year, US: $25, 38 pages.

Daylight Origins Society, 19 Francis Avenue, St. Albans, AL3 6BL, England, Great Britain.

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INSURANCE FIGHT OVER NOAH’S ARK! WATER DAMAGE NOT COVERED

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National Enquirer
17 Jun 2019
The owners of Noah’s Ark are suing their insurers over water damage! After heavy rains wrecked a Kentucky theme park that’s home to a replica of the biblical boat, the attraction’s proprietors demanded their insurance carriers bail them out by forking over $1 million for repairs.
But the companies didn’t answer their prayers!
That’s when the Ark Encounter in Williamstown filed a federal lawsuit.

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Creation : Journal of the Creation Science Movement, Feb 2019

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Creation Science Movement newsletter, February 2019Has NASA Found Alien Life? p. 3
The Enigma of Galaxies. p. 4
Science, Pseudo-Science and Absolute Non-Science. p. 6
Evolution on the school curriculum? p. 10
Peppered moths fly again! p. 12
Book Review : Inspiration from Creation by Stuart Burgess and Dominic Statham. p. 13
Science in the news / David Rosevear. p. 14
News, Views & Meetings. p. 19

Editor: Unknown

Creation : Journal of the Creation Science Movement, Vol. 20, No. 3, February 2019, quarterly, previous year(s) free, membership: overseas £13, UK £10, 16 pages.

Creation Science Movement, PO Box 888, Portsmouth, PO6 2YD, England, UK.

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