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Journal of Creation

Homo erectus with stone tools
Homo erectus with stone tools
November 26, 2021
What can we learn from stone tool finds with Homo erectus skulls?
By Peter Line
5.72K Views
Rapid caves part 3: Flood and Ice Age variables
Rapid caves part 3: Flood and Ice Age variables
November 19, 2021
How were speleothem growth variables affected by Noah’s Flood and its aftermath?
By Michael J. Oard
2.53K Views
Rapid caves part 2: growth rate variables
Rapid caves part 2: growth rate variables
November 12, 2021
What variables affect the growth rate of speleothems?
By Michael J. Oard
2.51K Views
Can they all be wrong?
Can they all be wrong?
November 10, 2021
Evolution must be true because most scientists agree it is; but is that really the case?
By Carl Wieland
24.38K Views
Mount Pinatubo eruption
Mount Pinatubo eruption
November 5, 2021
How does the Mount Pinatubo eruption support Flood geology?
By Andrew Sibley
9.11K Views
Review: ‘Let There Be Science’ by Hutchings and McLeish
Review: ‘Let There Be Science’ by Hutchings and McLeish
October 29, 2021
God vs science?
By Lucien Tuinstra
3.51K Views
The volcanism and age of Io
The volcanism and age of Io
October 22, 2021
Does recent modelling solve the long-age problems with Io?
By Wayne Spencer
4.12K Views
Review: ‘Stairway to Life’
Review: ‘Stairway to Life’
October 15, 2021
A powerful cumulative case against abiogenesis.
By Royal Truman
5.13K Views
Fossil time ranges continue to be increased
Fossil time ranges continue to be increased
October 8, 2021
Evolutionists cannot challenge creationists to explain the order in the fossil record, since that order appears to be far from established.
By Michael J. Oard
4.39K Views
Hemizygosity and post-Flood diversification
Hemizygosity and post-Flood diversification
October 1, 2021
A novel genetic paradigm for how the created kinds diversified after the Flood
By Peer Terborg
3.51K Views
Dread of man: Part 2
Dread of man: Part 2
September 24, 2021
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
By Philip Bell
4.36K Views
Dread of man: Part 1
Dread of man: Part 1
September 17, 2021
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
By Philip Bell
5.64K Views
Circadian rhythms and creation
Circadian rhythms and creation
September 10, 2021
Can evolution explain the origin of systems underlying circadian rhythms?
By Warren Shipton
3.99K Views
The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea
The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea
September 3, 2021
What was the pre-Flood continental configuration?
By Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
6.56K Views
The origin of stone meteorites is a major mystery for astronomical science
The origin of stone meteorites is a major mystery for astronomical science
August 20, 2021
A naturalistic origin for these is not even in sight.
By Michael J. Oard
4.42K Views
Review: 'Spectacle' by Pamela Newkirk
Review: 'Spectacle' by Pamela Newkirk
August 13, 2021
A review of Spectacle: The astonishing life of Ota Benga by Pamela Newkirk Amistad, New York, 2015.
By Jerry Bergman
5.73K Views
Review: 'Blueprint' by Nicholas Christakis
Review: 'Blueprint' by Nicholas Christakis
August 6, 2021
Does a good society have evolutionary origins?
By Daniel Davidson
4.21K Views
Only one ice age observed in western Alberta, Canada
Only one ice age observed in western Alberta, Canada
July 30, 2021
Multiple ice ages are mainly an assumption stemming from reinforcement syndrome.
By Michael J. Oard
4.85K Views
The biblical Flood helps explain shallow metamorphic rocks
The biblical Flood helps explain shallow metamorphic rocks
July 23, 2021
Flood models provide answers to a secularist geological mystery.
By Michael J. Oard
3.75K Views
Are lizards and snakes related?
Are lizards and snakes related?
July 16, 2021
Are lizards and snakes a part of the same biblical ‘kind’?
By Matthew Cserhati
3.87K Views
Review: 'Scientism and Secularism’ by J.P. Moreland
Review: 'Scientism and Secularism’ by J.P. Moreland
July 9, 2021
Scientism is bunk. But how do we integrate Scripture and science?
By Shaun Doyle
4.43K Views
Water gap features: Krichauff Range
Water gap features: Krichauff Range
July 2, 2021
How did the receding waters of the Flood create these complex water gaps?
By Ron Neller
3.64K Views
Genetics supports a biblical model of human origins
Genetics supports a biblical model of human origins
June 25, 2021
How recent genetics research supports the Bible’s history of humanity.
By Jeff Tomkins
10.09K Views
Rapid caves part 1: excavating caves
Rapid caves part 1: excavating caves
June 18, 2021
Could sulfuric acid help excavate many caves in a biblical timescale?
By Michael J. Oard
4.08K Views
Review: 'Richard Dawkins, C.S. Lewis and the Meaning of Life' by Alister McGrath
Review: 'Richard Dawkins, C.S. Lewis and the Meaning of Life' by Alister McGrath
June 11, 2021
A conversation that never happened.
By Thomas Fretwell
5.39K Views
Review: 'Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins'
Review: 'Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins'
June 4, 2021
New ‘Christian’ textbook promotes theistic evolution
By Lita Sanders
4.99K Views
Ordos Plateau in central China points to the Genesis Flood
Ordos Plateau in central China points to the Genesis Flood
May 28, 2021
Such a large planation surface provides evidence of the Recessive Stage of the global Flood.
By Michael J. Oard
3.87K Views
Ice Age megafloods provide insight into the Genesis Flood
Ice Age megafloods provide insight into the Genesis Flood
May 21, 2021
Megafloods cause rapid, layered sedimentation and demonstrate that the Genesis Flood was capable of depositing the continental sedimentary rocks.
By Michael J. Oard
4.71K Views
Little erosion beneath Antarctica and Greenland Ice Sheets
Little erosion beneath Antarctica and Greenland Ice Sheets
May 14, 2021
How could the ice sheets have lasted millions of years with so little erosion underneath them?
By Michael J. Oard
4.64K Views