Executive editor: Lawrence E. Ford.
Institute for Creation Research, PO Box 59029, Dallas, TX 75229. Website.
Acts & Facts just keeps getting better. The change from a digest publication to a standard magazine format (August 2007) gives A&F a more professional looking layout. And, with the increase of page count from 20 to 24 pages (April 2009) it’s beginning to feel more like a magazine, than a newsletter.
Lawrence Ford’s 3-page summary of all the current ICR speakers and writers is particularly timely what with all the ICR staff changes in the past few years. James Johnson’s brief article on the differences between the ID movement and the creationist movement is another reminder that IDM shies away from Scripture as their foundation. Austin, Guliuzza, Morris, Sherwin and Thomas nicely round out this issue with a mixture of articles on geology, fossils, archaeology, and even philosophy of science.
Table of contents
From the Editor: Be Mine by Lawrence E. Ford. p. 3.
Communicating the Message of the Creator by Lawrence E. Ford. p. 4-6.
Events. p. 7,
The Scientific and Scriptural Impact of Amos’ Earthquake by Steven A. Austin. p. 8-9.
Fit & Function: Design in Nature by Randy J. Guliuzza. p. 10-11.
Impact: The Real Nature of the Fossil Record by John D. Morris. p. 12-14.
Back to Genesis: An Amazing Anomalous Fossil by John D. Morris. p. 16
Back to Genesis: Darwinism’s Rubber Ruler by Frank Sherwin. p.17.
Back to Genesis: Fresh Tissues from Solid Rock by Brian Thomas. p. 28
The Intelligent Designer Movement by James J. S. Johnson. p. 19.
Letters to the Editor / Radio Log. p. 20
Stewardship: Matters of True Substance by Henry M. Morris IV, p. 21.
Biblical Worldview: The Information Age by Henry M. Morris III, p. 22.
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From: Creation & Science Chronicle.