Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, December 2017

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Editorial : What Has Been Accomplished, and How Much More Needs to Be Done / James C. Peterson. p. 193
Articles : Loving God with All Your Mind, and Alzheimer’s / Bryan C. Auday. p. 194
Articles : Quality of Life of Members of a Religious Community Living in Long-Term Care / Suzanne M. Cahill and Ana M. Diaz-Ponce. p. 206
Articles : Religious Coping While Providing Care for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease / Elise K. Eifert. p. 217
Articles : Recent Themes for Christians in Science Journals: A Centering Resonance Analysis / Jonathan Simões Freitas, Matheus Nogueira Salgado, and Guilherme Vilela Ribeiro de Carvalho. p. 227
Book Reviews : On Earth as It Is in Heaven: Cultivating a Contemporary Theology of Creation by David Vincent Meconi, ed. / J. David Holland. p. 239
Book Reviews : Voracious Science and Vulnerable Animals: A Primate Scientist’s Ethical Journey by John P. Gluck / Michael Gilmour. p. 240
Book Reviews : God in Cosmic History: Where Science and History Meet Religion by Ted Peters / Donald A. Yerxa. p. 241
Book Reviews : Darwinism as Religion: What Literature Tells Us about Evolution by Michael Ruse / Ann E. Lundberg. p. 243
Book Reviews : Chance in Evolution by Grant Ramsey and Charles H. Pence, eds. / Amos Young. p. 244
Book Reviews : Science and Christianity: Foundations and Frameworks for Moving Forward in Faith by Tim Reddish / Bob Geddes. p. 245
Book Reviews : Finding God in the Waves: How I Lost My Faith and Found It Again through Science by Mike McHargue / Gabriel Harder. p. 247
Book Reviews : Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving through Deep Difference by John D. Inazu / Timothy Sherratt. p. 248
Book Reviews : Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist’s Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations by Thomas L. Friedman / Patrick M. Bailey. p. 250
Book Reviews : The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place by Andy Crouch / Derek Schuurman. p. 251
Book Reviews : Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble by Dan Lyons / Eric Gossett. p. 252
Book Reviews : Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked by Adam Alter / Roelof Eikelboom. p. 253
Letter : Supporting Emergent Transitions / Ken Touryan. p. 255

Editor: James C. Peterson

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Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, Vol. 69, No. 4, December 2017 quarterly, available by subscription $50 year or membership $85, 68 pages. ISSN: 0892-2675

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Fall 2017

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Growing Community Support for Science. Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
Boosted by Booster Clubs: An Interview with Maurine Neiman / Stephanie Keep. p. 3
What We’re Up Against : Creationism at NEA’s Annual Meeting / Glenn Branch. p. 5
Rafting the Grand Canyon With NCSE in 2017 / Steven Newton. p. 6
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 6
Place & Time : Clarence Darrow Returns to Dayton / Randy Moore. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
NCSE Teach: New from the Teacher Network : Reaching Out to Teachers with Respect, Admiration,…and Poetry / Brad Hodge. p. 10
Dinner Party 101: Talking About Teachers / Emily Schoerning. p. 11
Science Booster Club–News from the Booster Clubs : Summer: A Time for Science! / Claire Adrian-Tucci. p. 12
Encounters with Creationists / Emily Schoerning. p. 12
The RNCSE Review : Seven Skeletons: The Evolution of the World’s Most Famous Human Fossils by Lydia Pyne / Kevin Padian. p. 14
Random Samples with Lisa White / Stephanie Keep. p. 15

Editor: Stephanie Keep

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 37, No. 4, Fall 2017, quarterly, free, membership $40 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Winter 2018

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NCSE at Work in New Mexico. Cover.
Dear NSCE members / Ann Reid. p. 2
NSCE By the Numbers, 2017. p. 3
Excitement and Eventual Englightenment, in the Land of Enchantment / Glenn Branch. p. 4
Random Samples with Greg Swift / Stephanie Keep. p. 5
Place & Time : Ark Encounter / Randy Moore. p. 6
News from the Membership / Glenn Branch. p. 7
Updates. p. 8
NCSE Teach: New from the Teacher Network : Not Your Parents’ Science Classroom / Brad Hodge. p. 10
Science Booster Club–News from the Booster Clubs : Volunteer Networks: The Backbone of the SBCs / Emily Schoerning. p. 12
What We’re Up Against : External Cheerleading for the Losing Team / Glenn Branch. p. 13
The RNCSE Review : An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power / John Abraham. p. 14
Ask NSCE / Claire Adrian-Tucci. p. 15

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Reports of the National Center for Science Education, Vol. 38, No. 1, Winter 2018, quarterly, free, membership $40 per year, 16 pages. ISSN: 1064-2358.

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Journal of Creation, December 2017

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Perspective : Revisiting the problem of very old landforms / Michael J. Oard. p. 3
Perspective : Do ‘laterite’ soils take a million years to form? / Shaun Doyle. p. 5
Perspective : Is the male reproductive system poorly designed? / Jerry Bergman. p. 7
Perspective : Are all fossil stromatolites biological? / Michael J. Oard. p. 10
Perspective : Floating forest hypothesis fails to explain later and larger coal beds / Timothy L. Clarey. p. 12
Perspective : ‘Paleosols’ can form faster than secular scientists think / Michael J. Oard. p. 15
Book Review : A climate of ignorance and lies (A Climate of Hope: Church and mission in a warming world by Claire Dawson and Mick Pope) / Andrew S. Kulikovsky. p. 17
Book Review : Taking the bite out of evolution—critical review of Evolution’s Bite (Evolution’s Bite: A story of teeth, diet, and human origins by Peter S. Ungar) / Jean O’Micks. p. 24
Book Review : Faltering between two opinions: the epistemological conundrum of old-earth creationism (Controversy of the Ages: Why Christians should not divide over the age of the earth by Theodore J. Cabal and Peter J. Rasor II / Nick Sabato. p. 28
Book Review : Evolution smuggled in under the rubric of popular misunderstandings of natural phenomena (Scienceblind: Why our intuitive theories about the world are often so wrong by Andrew Shtulman) / John Woodmorappe. p. 33
Book Review : A history of humankind distorted by evolutionary thinking (Sapiens: A brief history of humankind by Yuval Noah Harari) / Peter Line. p. 38
Book Review : Could we have evolved the image of God? (Human Origins and the Image of God: Essays in honor of J. Wentzel van Huyssteen edited by Christopher Lilley and Daniel J. Pedersen / Lita Cosner. p. 43
Book Review : The big picture: really? (The Big Picture: On the origins of life, meaning, and the universe itself by Sean Carroll) / John G. Hartnett. p. 45
Book Review : Documenting fake history against the Catholic Church (Bearing False Witness: Debunking centuries of anti-Catholic history by Rodney Stark) / Michael J. Oard. p. 49
Letter : Pikes Peak BIF and the Flood (or Creation Week?) / Carl Froede Jr. Reply: Harry Dickens. p. 56
Letter : Pluto’s moons or satellites? / Jonathan D. Sarfati. p. 58
Letter : Pseudogenes and plastic trees / Jean K. Lightner. p. 59
Letter : Reading ‘places’ in Genesis 1–11 / Ronald Houser. Reply: Alistair McKitterick. p. 59
Viewpoint : Perspectives on ancient chronology and the Old Testament—part 1 / Murray R. Adamthwaite p. 61
Paper : Talking about time: the semantic overlap of the terms ‘chronos’ and ‘kairos’ in biblical usage / Lita Cosner. p. 68
Paper : Tremendous erosion of continents during the Recessive Stage of the Flood / Michael J. Oard. p. 74
Paper : Can biologically active sequences come from random DNA? / Robert W. Carter. p. 82
Paper : The human face: unique in the entire animal kingdom / Jerry Bergman. p. 90
Paper : Neutral Model, genetic drift and the Third Way—a synopsis of the self-inflicted demise of the evolutionary paradigm / Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Jerry Bergman. p. 94
Paper : The central role of Darwinism in the Holocaust / Jerry Bergman. p. 103
Paper : Extensive mixing among Israelites and non-Israelites in biblical history / Robert W. Carter. p. 112
Paper : Thoughts on the nutritional challenges faced by felines / Warren Shipton. p. 119

Editor: Pierre Jeriström.

Journal of Creation, Vol. 31, No. 3, December 2017, tri-annual, $39 for 3 issues, 130 pages. ISSN: 1036-2916.

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Creation Magazine, January-March 2018

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Feedback. p. 4
Facebook Feedback. p. 5.
Editorial : Liberation! / Don Batten. p. 6
Focus—creation news and views. p. 7
Diatoms: Artistry in Miniature / Jonathan O’Brian. p. 13
The Remarkable Captain Robert FitzRoy: Pioneer of Weather Forecasting / Nicos Kaloyirou. p. 14
Preaching the Gospel in Zambia. Interview with Dr. Conrad Mbewe / Lita Cosner. p. 18
Seabed Circles ‘Whodunnit?’: Solved / David Catchpoole. p. 21
How Did the Solar System Form? / John Hartnett. p. 22
God’s Detangling Motors: The Topoisomerase Enzymes / Jonathan Sarfati. p. 24
Tardigrades Too Tough for Evolution / David Catchpoole. p. 27
The Blue Whale / Jeffrey Dykes. p. 28
Microstructural Architecture of Feathers Makes Them Tough / Jonathan Sarfati. p. 32
Creation for Kids : Motors in the Cell / Erin Hughes and Lita Cosner. p. 34
Eclipses / Lita Cosner. p. 38
Science Reinforces Faith in God. Interview with Dr. Natalie Bennett / Don Batten. p. 40
The Vredefort Dome, South Africa / Tas Walker. p. 44
Sulfur Bacteria Stasis: “The Greatest Absence of Evolution Ever Reported” / David Catchpoole. p. 48
Life Imprisonment For Feeble-Mindedness?: The Tragic Story of Emma Wolverton / Lita Cosner. p. 50
The Pinnacle of Creation / Robert Gurney. p. 52
Lizard Skin Inspires Lubricant-Free Slipperiness / David Catchpoole. p. 55
Peacock ‘Eyes’ That Hypnotize / David Catchpoole. p. 56.

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Editors: Don Batten, Lita Cosner, Jonathan Sarfati, Tasman Walker.

Creation, Vol. 40, No. 1, January-March, 2018, quarterly, $25 for 4 issues, 56 pages. ISSN: 0819-1530

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Acts and Facts, January 2018

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From the Editor : Great Expectations / Jayme Durant. p. 4
Itching Ears / Henry M. Morris, III, / p. 5
Events : January. p. 8
Research : Wrapping Up Seafloor Sediment Research / Jake Herbert. 9
Impact : Stellar Nucleosynthesis: Where Did Heavy Elements Come From? / Vernon R. Cupps. p. 10
Back to Genesis : When Frogs Fly / Brian Thomas. p. 13
Back to Genesis : Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundry Shenanigans / Tim Clarey. p. 14
ICR Discovery Center Milestone. p. 15
Welcome New ICR Scientist: Jerry Bergman, Ph.D. p. 16
Engineered Adaptability : Epigenetics–Engineered Phenotypic “Flexing” / Randy J. Guliuzza. p. 17
Creation Q&A : Were There Days Before God Created the Sun? / Brian Thomas. p. 20
Apologetics : Uniformitarians Stumble on Distant Starlight / James J. S. Johnson. p. 21
Stewardship : Godly Contentment in the New Year / Henry M. Morris, IV. p. 22
Letters to the Editor. p. 23

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Acts and Facts, December 2017

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From the Editor : Eyes of Wonder / Jayme Durant. p. 4
The Gospel and ICR / Brian Thomas. p. 5
Events : December. p. 8
Research : Just What Is Homo naledi? / Tim Clarey. 9
Impact : Testing Old-Earth Climate Claims, Part 2 / Jake Herbert. p. 10
Back to Genesis : The Created Placenta / Frank Sherwin. p. 14
Construction Update. p. 16
Made In His Image : Beauty in Motion: Formula 1 Drivers / Randy J. Guliuzza. p. 17
Creation Q&A : Who Were Cro-Magnon People? / Brian Thomas. p. 20
Apologetics : Cactus, Bats, and Christmas Gift-Giving / James J. S. Johnson. p. 21
Stewardship : The Seed of Promise / Henry M. Morris, IV. p. 22
Letters to the Editor. p. 23

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Acts & Facts, Vol. 46, No. 12, December 2017, monthly, free. 24 pages. ISSN: 1094-8562

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Our World, No. 121, 2017

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All in the Family. p. 1
Lots of Change But No Evolution. p. 1
Owls Galore! p. 1
Fish Change Quickly, But Don’t Evolve. p. 2
Beauty in Flight. p. 2
Nature Notes / Geoff Chapman. p. 2
Mr. Darwin’s Pigeons. p. 3
How God’s Variety Helps Farmers. p. 3
Puzzle Corner. p. 3
Weird and Wonderful : Ladybirds. p. 4
Different–But Equal! p. 4
Word Square Answers. p. 4

Editor: Geoff Chapman.

Our World, No. 121, tri-annual, 4 pages. Free download of previous issues.

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