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TJ : the in-depth journal of creation, volume 19 (3) 2005

Contributor(s): Batten, Don [editor.] | Bergman, Jerry [contributor.] | DeWitt, David A [contributor.] | Hartnett, John [contributor.] | Hergenrather, John [contributor.] | Jerlstrom, Pierre [co-ordinating editor.] | Klevberg, Peter [contributor.] | Lightner, Jean K [contributor.] | Lisle, Jason [contributor.] | Lubenow, Marvin L [contributor.] | Menton, David [contributor.] | Oard, Michael J [contributor.] | Robertson, Mark [editor.] | Sarfati, Jonathan [contributor.] | Sarfati, Jonathan [editor.] | Taylor, Justin K [contributor.] | Truman, Royal [contributor.] | Vardiman, Larry [contributor.] | Walker, Tas [editor.] | Wieland, Carl [contributor.] | Answers in Genesis.
Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: TJ : the in-depth journal of creation: Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Eight Mile Plains, Queensland : Answers in Genesis, 2001-2005Description: 127 pages : illustrations (some colour), charts, photographs ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: Carrier type: ISSN: 1036-2916 (paperback).Other title: Technical Journal.Subject(s): Creation vs Evolution | Creationism | Bible and evolution -- --Periodicals | Bible and geology -- --Periodicals | Bible and science -- --Periodicals | Adults - Back HallOnline resources: Creation.com about Journal of Creation
Contents:
PERSPECTIVES: Distant large galaxies with 'old' stars -- another unpleasant surprise for big bang supporters. -- Chimp genone sequence very different from man. -- First light from extrasolar planets. -- Gain-of- function mutations: at a loss to explain molecules-to-man evolution. -- The Late Ordovician striated pavement in North Africa - not directly caused by glaciation. -- Dinos breathed like birds? -- Was Lucy bipedal? -- OVERVIEWS: The Bible and hermeneutics. -- Inheritance of biological information - part III: control of information transfer and change -- COUNTERING THE CRITICS: Cold comfort for long-agers. -- Answering objections to creationist 'dinosaur soft tissue' age arguments. -- The Fall: a cosmic catastrophe - Hugh Ross's errors on plant death in the Bible. -- PAPERS: Flood transported quartzites - east of the Rocky Mountains. -- The speed of matter. -- Cosmological expansion in a creationist cosmology. -- Darwinism's influence on modern racists and white supremist groups: the case of David Duke. -- Creative episodes in a creationist cosmology. -- The ubiquitin protein: chance or design? -- Book Reviews -- Letters to the Editor.
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Library Room 1 (off the breezeway, thru the bookshop @ Holland Park) 231.765205, jou v19 n3 c1 (Browse shelf) vol. 19, no. 3 (2005) Available 1294

PERSPECTIVES: Distant large galaxies with 'old' stars -- another unpleasant surprise for big bang supporters. -- Chimp genone sequence very different from man. -- First light from extrasolar planets. -- Gain-of- function mutations: at a loss to explain molecules-to-man evolution. -- The Late Ordovician striated pavement in North Africa - not directly caused by glaciation. -- Dinos breathed like birds? -- Was Lucy bipedal? -- OVERVIEWS: The Bible and hermeneutics. -- Inheritance of biological information - part III: control of information transfer and change -- COUNTERING THE CRITICS: Cold comfort for long-agers. -- Answering objections to creationist 'dinosaur soft tissue' age arguments. -- The Fall: a cosmic catastrophe - Hugh Ross's errors on plant death in the Bible. -- PAPERS: Flood transported quartzites - east of the Rocky Mountains. -- The speed of matter. -- Cosmological expansion in a creationist cosmology. -- Darwinism's influence on modern racists and white supremist groups: the case of David Duke. -- Creative episodes in a creationist cosmology. -- The ubiquitin protein: chance or design? -- Book Reviews -- Letters to the Editor.

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