Journal Of Creation
The latest Journal of Creation has lots of excellent articles and papers on geological issues.
The meaning of porous dinosaur eggs laid on flat bedding planes, by Michael Oard
Helium-3 capture in lunar regolith and the age of the moon, by Andrew Sibley
Internal oceanic waves and sedimentation, by Michael Oard
Impacts and Noah’s Flood—how many and other issues, [...]
This is a cool, short video about the Journal of Creation. I help with the editing and production of the Journal. The latest issue is in the final stages of layout and proof-reading and should be to the printers soon.
You can subscribe from creation.com or from this site to the right.
This international journal is devoted [...]
In December 2010, Peter Scheele from the Netherlands published an excellent paper in Journal of Creation on the carving of the Grand Canyon. It’s now available at creation.com (also as pdf).
Scheele shows in graphic detail that the Grand Canyon was formed while the waters of Noah’s Flood receded from the American continent, when they [...]
The latest Journal of Creation produced by Creation Ministries International is back from the printers and mailing now. It’s a great resource for anyone wanting to keep up with the latest in biblical based thinking on scientific issues.
In this issue there are many articles relevant to biblical geology:
The moon’s former magnetic field—still a huge [...]
The latest issue of Journal of Creation, volume 24(3), is now available. Creationist scientists have had to establish their own research journals because mainstream science journals are tightly censored and closed against creationist ideas.
One of the first such journals was the Creation Research Society Quarterly, which commenced publication in 1964.
Journal of Creation began in 1984 [...]