Geoscience Research Institute

Origins Index by Number

  • 1974 — Volume 1
    • EDITORIAL: Why a Publication on Origins? • Ariel A. Roth • p.4-5 | pdf |
    • Towards the Development of a General Theory of Creation • Berney R. Neufeld • p.6-13 | pdf |
    • Rationalism, Empiricism and Christianism as Philosophical Systems for Arriving at Truth • Conrad D. Clausen • p.14-21 | pdf |
    • Fossil Tree Orientation in the Chinle Formation • Arthur V. Chadwick and Leonard R. Brand • p.22-28 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: California Science Textbook Controversy • Bonnie L. Dwyer • p.29-34 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Bible-Science Association Meets in Milwaukee • Frank L. Marsh • p.35-36 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Flood Models Studied • Arthur V. Chadwick • p.37-39 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: The Missing Link] • Edward N. Lugenbeal • p.40-42 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Genesis in Space and Time] • Harold G. Coffin • p.43-44 | pdf |
    • Famous Fossils From a Mountaintop • Harold G. Coffin • p.45-47 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Science Against God? • Ariel A. Roth • p.52-55 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.56-57 | pdf |
      • ORIGINS fulfills a need • William Loveless  / Harold W. Clark / Samuel V. Gramlich, Jr. / Neil W. Rowland
      • Re: Chadwick and Brand: Fossil tree orientation in the Chinle formation (1:22-28) • Walter Lammerts
    • An Evaluation of the Use of Growth Lines in Geochronometry, Geophysics, and Paleoecology • Conrad D. Clausen • p.58-66 | pdf |
    • The Fountains of the Great Deep • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.67-72 | pdf |
    • A Philosophic Rationale for a Creation-Flood Model • Leonard R. Brand • p.73-83 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Research Fellowship Program • R. H. Brown • p.84-85 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Teaching of Creation and Evolution in the State of Tennessee • Katherine Ching • p.86-93 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Del Norte County Survey • Katherine Ching • p.94-95 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Darwin Retried] • Katherine Ching • p.96-98 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [article: carbon-14 counts] • Robert H. Brown • p.99-100 | pdf |
    • The Ginkgo Petrified Forest • Harold G. Coffin • p.101-103 | pdf |

    1975 — Volume 2

    • EDITORIAL: A Matter of Fairness • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-4 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.5 | pdf |
      • Re: Clausen: An evaluation of the use of growth lines in geochronometry, geophysics, and paleoecology (1:58-66) • Raymond F. Cottrell
      • Re: Brand: A philosophic rationale for a creation-flood model (1:73-83) • Terry L. Anderson
    • C-14 Age Profiles for Ancient Sediments and Peat Bogs • R. H. Brown • p.6-18 | pdf |
    • Man: Creature and Explorer • J. Mailen Kootsey • p.19-31 | pdf |
    • The Cruelty of Nature • Gerald Wheeler • p.32-41 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Cupertino Story • Katherine Ching • p.42-43 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Carlsbad Meeting • Leonard Brand • p.44-45 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Creation Convention II • R. H. Brown • p.46 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [books: origin of life] • Ian M. Fraser • p.47-50 | pdf |
    • The Spirorbis Problem • Harold G. Coffin • p.51-52 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: The Pervasiveness of the Paradigm • Ariel A. Roth • p.55-57 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.58 | pdf |
      • Re: Brown: C-14 age profiles for ancient sediments and peat bogs (2:6-18) • R. H. Brown
    • Oxygen and Evolution • G. E. Snow and G. T. Javor • p.59-63 | pdf |
    • Dinosaur Tracks and Giant Men • Berney Neufeld • p.64-76 | pdf |
    • The Biblical View of the Extent of the Flood • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.77-95 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Textbook Controversy in Tennessee • Katherine Ching • p.96-97 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Textbook Hearing in California • Leonard Brand • p.98-99 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Old Traditions on Trial • Ariel A. Roth • p.100-103 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Ark Fever • Katherine Ching • p.104-105 | pdf |
    • Turbidites • Ariel A. Roth • p.106-107 | pdf |

    1976 — Volume 3

    • EDITORIAL: The Potency of Prevailing Concepts • R. H. Brown • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-8 | pdf |
      • Re: Wheeler: The cruelty of nature (2:32-41) • R. L. Wysong
      • Re: Snow and Javor: Oxygen and evolution (2:59-63) • G. E. Snow and G. T. Javor
      • Re: Neufeld: Dinosaur tracks and giant men (2:64-76) • Clifford L. Burdick
    • Chemical Evolution • Rene Evard and David Schrodetzki • p.9-37 | pdf |
    • Some Philosophical Implications of the Theory of Evolution • John D. Clark • p.38-45 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: An Update on the Teaching of Creation in California • John R. Ford • p.46-47 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Study in the John Day Country • Dalton D. Baldwin • p.48-51 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Ancestral Dissonance • Edward N. Lugenbeal • p.52-55 | pdf |
    • Neopilina: A Living Fossil • Conrad D. Clausen • p.56-59 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Zeal and Hoaxes • Ariel A. Roth • p.63-64 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.65 | pdf |
      • Re: ORIGINS • Stan Udd
    • The Chemical Composition of the Earth’s Original Atmosphere • John C. Walton • p.66-84 | pdf |
    • Anomalous Ages for Meteorite Impacts and Tektites • Warren H. Johns • p.85-96 | pdf |
    • Can the Christian Afford Scientific Research? • J. Mailen Kootsey • p.97-100 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Third National Creation Science Conference • Gerald Wheeler • p.101-102 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Conference on the Origin of Life • p.103 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: One Side of the Question • R. H. Brown • p.104-105 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Geological Changes and Time • Ariel A. Roth • p.106-108 | pdf |
    • Homologies • Leonard R. Brand • p.109-111 | pdf |

    1977 — Volume 4

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.4-10, 16-35, 36-45 • p.3
    • EDITORIAL: Does Evolution Qualify as a Scientific Principle? • Ariel A. Roth • p.4-10 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.11-15 | pdf |
      • Re: Walton: The chemical composition of the earth’s original atmosphere (3:66-84) • Lawrence E. Turner, Jr.
      • Re: Brand: Homologies (3:109-111) • Benton M. Stidd
    • Organization and the Origin of Life • John C. Walton • p.16-35 | pdf |
    • Does God Play at Dice? • Albert E. Smith • p.36-45 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Biology Book Battles • Katherine Ching • p.46-49 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Reference on Creationism • R. H. Brown • p.50-52 | pdf |
    • Clastic Dikes • Ariel A. Roth • p.53-55 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.68-75, 76-92, 102-104 • p.59-60
    • EDITORIAL: Implications of the Spread of Darwinism • Ariel A. Roth • p.61-63 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.64-67 | pdf |
      • Re: Kootsey: Can the Christian afford scientific research? (3:97-100) • Ian M. Fraser
      • Re: Stidd: Reactions (4:12-15) • Leonard R. Brand
    • Radiometric Age and the Traditional Hebrew-Christian View of Time • R. H. Brown • p.68-75 | pdf |
    • The Impact of Tektites upon an Estimated 700,000 Year History of Deep-Sea Deposits • Warren H. Johns • p.76-92 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Appeal for Equality • Katherine Ching • p.93 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: A New Journal on Catastrophism • Ariel A. Roth • p.94-95 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Tracing the Tales • Ian M. Fraser • p.96-98 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Is a Yak a Buffalo? • Anthony J. Zuccarelli • p.99-101 | pdf |
    • Do Rabbits Chew the Cud? • Leonard R. Brand • p.102-104 | pdf |

    1978 — Volume 5

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.9-38, 39-46 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: The Ignorance of Isolation • Ariel A. Roth • p.5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-8 | pdf |
      • Re: Student Research Organization • Dennis Wagner, Blair Sawyer, David Johannsen
      • Re: Roth: Clastic Dikes (4:53-55) • Douglas E. Cox
    • The Unity of the Creation Account • William H. Shea • p.9-38 | pdf |
    • Megabreccias: Evidence for Catastrophism • Arthur V. Chadwick • p.39-46 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Creation and the Law • Katherine Ching • p.47-48 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A God of the Gaps? • Edward N. Lugenbeal • p.49-53 | pdf |
    • Introns: New Complexity in the Synthesis of Higher Organism RNA • Berney Neufeld • p.54-56 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.64-82, 83-98 • p.59-60
    • EDITORIAL: Closed Minds and Academic Freedom • Ariel A. Roth • p.61-62 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: The Editor’s Turn • p.63 | pdf |
      • To the readers • Ariel A. Roth
    • Footprints in the Grand Canyon • Leonard R. Brand • p.64-82 | pdf |
    • Some Issues Regarding the Nature and Universality of the Genesis Flood Narrative • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.83-98 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Suing the Smithsonian • Katherine Ching • p.99-100 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Two Reviews of a Comprehensive Overview [#1] • Jerry Bergman • p.101-104 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Two Reviews of a Comprehensive Overview [#2] • R. H. Brown • p.105-109 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Can Evolutionists Rescue This One? • Ariel A. Roth • p.110-112 | pdf |
    • How Rapidly Can Wood Petrify? • R. H. Brown • p.113-115 | pdf |

    1979 — Volume 6

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.8-29, 30-44 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: Is Truth Dead? • Ariel A. Roth • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.7 | pdf |
      • Re: Shea: The Unity of the Creation Account (5:9-38) • Milo V. Anderson
    • The Structure of the Genesis Flood Narrative and Its Implications • William H. Shea • p.8-29 | pdf |
    • The Interpretation of C-14 Dates • R. H. Brown • p.30-44 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Creation in the Courts • Katherine Ching • p.45-46 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Reference on Radiometric Dating • R. H. Brown • p.47-48 | pdf |
    • Precambrian and Paleozoic Glaciation? • W. W. Hughes • p.49-51 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.60-70, 71-82 • p.55-56
    • EDITORIAL: Beyond Science • Ariel A. Roth • p.57-58 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.59 | pdf |
      • Re: Anderson: Reactions (6:7) • William H. Shea
    • The Attitude of University Students Toward the Teaching of Creation and Evolution in the Schools • Jerry Bergman • p.60-70 | pdf |
    • The Organic Levels of the Yellowstone Petrified Forests • Harold G. Coffin • p.71-82 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Publicity for Creation • Katherine Ching • p.83-84 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Questions on the Methodology of Geology • Albert E. Smith • p.85-87 | pdf |
    • Coral Reef Growth • Ariel A. Roth • p.88-95 | pdf |

    1980 — Volume 7

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.12-22, 23-37 • p.3
    • EDITORIAL: Beyond Design • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.4-5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-11 | pdf |
      • Re: Smith: Questions on the Methodology of Geology (6:85-87) • Leonard R. Brand
      • Re: Brown: The Interpretation of C-14 Dates (6:30-44) • Ross O. Barnes / R. H. Brown
    • Some Recent Data from Venus and Jupiter: Implications for Cosmogony • George T. Javor • p.12-22 | pdf |
    • Genesis 5 and 11: Chronogenealogies in the Biblical History of Beginnings • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.23-37 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Georgia House Bill 690 • Katherine Ching • p.38-39 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Methodological Manual • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.40-41 | pdf |
    • Public Opinions Regarding Creation and Evolution • Jerry Bergman • p.42-44 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.53-70, 71-86 • p.47
    • EDITORIAL: Supernatural Problems • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.48-49 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.50-52 | pdf |
      • Re: Tkachuck: Beyond Design (7:4-5) • Robert E. Kofahl
      • Re: ORIGINS • George F. Howe
      • Re: Hasel: Genesis 5 and 11: Chronogenealogies in the Biblical History of Beginnings (7:23-37) • Lawrence T. Geraty
    • The Meaning of the Chronogenealogies of Genesis 5 and 11 • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.53-70 | pdf |
    • Implications of Various Interpretations of the Fossil Record • Ariel A. Roth • p.71-86 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Argentavis Magnificens: World’s Largest Flying Bird • David Rhys • p.87-88 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Wood from the Ark — A Knotty Problem • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.89-91 | pdf |
    • Beetles Indicate a Faunal Change in the Arctic During Cenozoic Time • David G. Kissinger • p.92-96 | pdf |

    1981 — Volume 8

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.7-12, 13-19, 20-45 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: But Is It As Much Fun? • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • Precambrian Pollen in the Grand Canyon — A Reexamination • Arthur V. Chadwick • p.7-12 | pdf |
    • The Word “Earth” in Genesis 1:1 • Niels-Erik Andreasen • p.13-19 | pdf |
    • Geo and Cosmic Chronology • R. H. Brown • p.20-45 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Arkansas Act 590 • Katherine Ching • p.46-48 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Ultimate Origin • Katherine Ching • p.49-50 | pdf |
    • The Age Dating of Biological Materials — Some Interesting Problems • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.51-52 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.59-76, 77-92 • p.55-56
    • EDITORIAL: Scientific Creationism? • R. H. Brown • p.57-58 | pdf |
    • Historical Development of the Current Understanding of the Geologic Column: Part I • Richard Ritland • p.59-76 | pdf |
    • A Review of Recent Data from the Region of the Ark-Shaped Formation in the Tendurek Mountains of Eastern Turkey • William H. Shea • p.77-92 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The “Australian Problem” • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.93-95 | pdf |

    1982 — Volume 9

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.10-27, 28-50 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: Axioms • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.7-9 | pdf |
      • Re: Chadwick: Precambrian Pollen in the Grand Canyon — A Reexamination (8:7-12) • Clifford L. Burdick / W. H. Rusch, Sr.
    • Perceptions of the Nature of Science and Christian Strategies for a Science of Nature • Gary L. Schoepflin • p.10-27 | pdf |
    • Historical Development of the Current Understanding of the Geologic Column: Part II • Richard Ritland • p.28-50 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Skepticism and Truth • Ariel A. Roth • p.51-53 | pdf |
    • Climatic Changes and Changes in Populations • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.54-55 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.67-74, 75-81, 82-93 • p.59-60
    • EDITORIAL: Puzzles • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.61-62 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.63-65 | pdf |
      • Re: Brown: Geo and Cosmic Chronology (8:20-45) • William M. Allen / Charles J. Amlaner, Jr.
      • Re: Brown: Scientific Creationism? (8:57-58) • John N. Moore / R. H. Brown
      • Re: News and Comments: Arkansas Act 590 (8:46-48) • H. W. Clark / Paul Ellwanger
    • Stratigraphic Distribution of Vertebrate Fossil Footprints Compared with Body Fossils • Leonard Brand and James Florence • p.67-74 | pdf |
    • The Genealogies of Genesis 5 and 11: A Statistical Study • James L. Hayward and Donald E. Casebolt • p.75-81 | pdf |
    • The Tunguska Explosion of 1908 • Mark W. Brazo and Steven A. Austin • p.82-93 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Dogmatic Skeptic • Katherine Ching • p.94-97 | pdf |
    • Temperature Regulation in Tetrapod Vertebrates: Ectotherms vs. Endotherms • Elwood S. McCluskey • p.98-100 | pdf |

    1983 — Volume 10

    • IN A FEW WORDS:: p.9-17, 18-36 • p.3
    • EDITORIAL: The Problem of Morals • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.4 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.5-8 | pdf |
      • Re: Hayward and Casebolt: Genesis 5 & 11 Statistical Study (9:75-81) • Michael P. Nicholaides / J. L. Hayward and D. E. Casebolt
    • Mount St. Helens and Spirit Lake • Harold G. Coffin • p.9-17 | pdf |
    • Paleomagnetism I • Ivan E. Rouse • p.18-36 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Young’s Old Earth • Stephen F. Barnett • p.37-40 | pdf |
    • The El Niño Event • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.41-43 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.51-65, 66-89 • p.47
    • EDITORIAL: Where Has the Science Gone? • Ariel A. Roth • p.48-49 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.50 | pdf |
      • Re: Hayward and Casebolt: Genesis 5 and 11 Statistical Study (9:75-81); and subsequent discussion by Nicholaides, Hayward, and Casebolt (10:5-8) • R. H. Brown
    • The Little Ice Age • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.51-65 | pdf |
    • Paleomagnetism II • Ivan E. Rouse • p.66-89 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Life from Space • Richard D. Tkachuck • p.90-92 | pdf |
    • How Solid is a Radioisotope Age of a Rock? • R. H. Brown • p.93-95 | pdf |

    1984 — Volume 11

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.9-29 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: It Appears That … • Ariel A. Roth • p.5-7 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.8 | pdf |
      • Re: Roth: Where Has the Science Gone? (10:48-49) • Wilbur L. Bullock / Harold Jones / David J. Tyler
    • A Comparison of Narrative Elements in Ancient Mesopotamian Creation-Flood Stories with Genesis 1-9 • William H. Shea • p.9-29 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Recent GRI Activities • Katherine Ching • p.30-31 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Geomagnetic Intensity Decay: The Fit of the Data • R. H. Brown • p.32-33 | pdf |
    • NASA’s Next Interplanetary Mission • David H. Rhys • p.34-36 | pdf |
    • Index to Origins, Vols. 1-10 • p.37-60

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.67-89, 90-98 • p.63
    • EDITORIAL: Is Creation Scientific? • Ariel A. Roth • p.64-65 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.66 | pdf |
      • Re: Rouse: Paleomagnetism I and II (10:18-36; 66-89) • David J. Tyler
    • Chromosomal Changes in Mammalian Speciation: A Literature Review • L. J. Gibson • p.67-89 | pdf |
    • Rapid Erosion at Mount St. Helens • Steven A. Austin • p.90-98 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Creation in the Public Schools • Katherine Ching • p.99-100 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Candid Reevaluation • Rene Evard • p.101-102 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Sleuths Challenge Science • Wayne Frair • p.103-104 | pdf |
    • Life, an Evidence for Creation • G. T. Javor • p.105-108 | pdf |

    1985 — Volume 12

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.8-25, 26-37, 48-56 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: The Disregard for Discards • Ariel A. Roth • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.7 | pdf |
    • Amino Acid Dating • R. H. Brown • p.8-25 | pdf |
    • An Evaluation of the Numerical Variants of the Chronogenealogies of Genesis 5 and 11 • Paul J. Ray, Jr. • p.26-37 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Louisiana Balanced-Treatment Act • Katherine Ching • p.38-40 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Venture in Unorthodoxy • Bill Mundy • p.41-45 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Evidence or Preference as a Foundation for Belief? • R. H. Brown • p.46-47 | pdf |
    • Are Millions of Years Required to Produce Biogenic Sediments in the Deep Ocean? • Ariel A. Roth • p.48-56 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.71-88, 96-100 • p.59-60
    • EDITORIAL: The Mexico Earthquake — Some Afterthoughts • Ariel A. Roth • p.61-63 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.64-70 | pdf |
      • Re: Roth: The Disregard for Discards (12:5-6) • Kevan J. Evans / Harold W. Clark
      • Re: Ray: An Evaluation of the Numerical Variants of the Chronogenealogies of Genesis 5 and 11 (12:26-37) • Aecio E. Cairus / Paul J. Ray, Jr. / Johann E. Erbes / Paul J. Ray, Jr.
    • Can Science and Religion Work Together? • Leonard R. Brand • p.71-88 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: California Science Textbooks • Katherine Ching • p.89 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Evolution Defended • James Gibson • p.90-93 | pdf |
    • OTHER RECENT PUBLICATIONS: • p.94-95 | pdf |
    • Which Vertebrates Make Vitamin C? • Elwood S. McCluskey • p.96-100 | pdf |

    1986 — Volume 13

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.9-35, 48-55 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: Historical Science • Ariel A. Roth • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.7-8 | pdf |
      • Re: Evard: A Candid Reeveluation (11:101-102) and Javor: Life, An Evidence for Creation (11:105-108) • Edwin A. Karlow
      • Re: News and Comments: The Louisiana Balanced-Treatment Act (12:30-40) • Arthur A. Mickel
    • A Creationist View of Chromosome Banding and Evolution • L. James Gibson • p.9-35 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Louisiana Creationists Appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court • Katherine Ching • p.36-37 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Great Twentieth-Century Myth • R. H. Brown • p.38-43 | pdf |
    • OTHER RECENT PUBLICATIONS: • p.44-47 | pdf |
    • Recent Debate Over ArchaeopteryxVenus E. Clausen • p.48-55 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.64-85, 98-104 • p.59-61
    • EDITORIAL: Doublethink of SCICOM • Clyde L. Webster, Jr. • p.62-63 | pdf |
    • Some Questions about Geochronology • Ariel A. Roth • p.64-85 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Creation-Science and the Louisiana Balanced-Treatment Act • Katherine Ching • p.86-87 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.88-93 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Scientist’s Attempt to Play Theologian • Jerry Bergman • p.94-97 | pdf |
    • Probability and Its Application to the Origin of Life • David G. Kissinger • p.98-104 | pdf |

    1987 — Volume 14

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.7-20, 33-40 • p.3-4
    • EDITORIAL: Science, A Good Place to Begin … • Ariel A. Roth • p.5-6 | pdf |
    • Origin of Life: A Look at Late 20th-Century Thinking • George T. Javor • p.7-20 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Creation-Science • Katherine Ching • p.21-22 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.23-28 | pdf |
      • amino-acid dating, creationism, Cretaceous-Tertiary extinctions, evolution, history, paleobiogeography, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A New General Reference on Carbon-14 Age Dating • R. H. Brown • p.29-30 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Two Sides of Several Questions • R. H. Brown • p.31-32 | pdf |
    • Of Dinosaurs and Men • Arthur V. Chadwick • p.33-40 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.47-76, 84-91 • p.43-44
    • EDITORIAL: Cliches [Today] • Ariel A. Roth • p.45-46 | pdf |
    • Do DNA Distances Reveal Avian Phylogeny? • L. Jim Gibson • p.47-76 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: The Longer Look • Ariel A. Roth • p.77-78 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.79-81 | pdf |
      • creationism, evolution, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Working on the Flood • R. H. Brown • p.82-83 | pdf |
    • Fossil Binding in Modern and Ancient Reefs • Lance T. Hodges • p.84-91 | pdf |

    1988 — Volume 15

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.8-18, 19-29 • p.3
    • EDITORIAL: Creationists Challenge Creationists • Ariel A. Roth • p.4-5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-7 | pdf |
      • Re: Chadwick: Of Dinosaurs and Men (14:33-40) • John Woodmorappe / Arthur V. Chadwick
      • Re: Roth: Science, A Good Place to Begin … (14:5-6) • Leon W. Gillaspie
    • Foraminifers in the Fossil Record: Implications for an Ecological Zonation Model • Tammy Tosk • p.8-18 | pdf |
    • Implications of C-14 Age vs Depth Profile Characteristics • R. H. Brown • p.19-29 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.30-31 | pdf |
      • anthropology, paleomagnetism, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Examining Radiohalos • R. H. Brown, H. G. Coffin, L. J. Gibson, A. A. Roth, and C. L. Webster • p.32-38 | pdf |
    • The Upper Limit of C-14 Age? • R. H. Brown • p.39-43 | pdf |

     

    • IN A FEW WORDS: p.53-69, 75-92 • p.47-48
    • EDITORIAL: Truth — An Endangered Species • Ariel A. Roth • p.49-51 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.52 | pdf |
      • Re: Hodges: Fossil Binding in Modern and Ancient Reefs (14:84-91) • Richard Kutsch / Editor’s note
    • Expanding Earth? • Bill Mundy • p.53-69 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.70-74 | pdf |
      • anthropology, anti-evolution bibliography, darwinism, evolution, geology art, paleomagnetism, paleontology, philosophy of science, plate tectonics history
    • Those Gaps in the Sedimentary Layers • Ariel A. Roth • p.75-92 | pdf |

    1989 — Volume 16

    • EDITORIAL: The Dishonor of Dueling • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-7 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.8-10 | pdf |
      • Re: Brown: The Upper Limit of C-14 Age? (15:39-43) • R. E. Taylor / R. H. Brown
    • Punc Eq Creation Style • Kurt Wise • p.11-24 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.25-31 | pdf |
      • continental drift, directed mutation, DNA hybridization, island biogeography, molecular evolution, evolution problems, teaching creation/evolution
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: More Than a Revision • R. H. Brown • p.32-34 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Debunking Darwin • L. J. Gibson • p.34-39 | pdf |
    • A New Attempt to Understand the Origin of Life: The Theory of Surface-Metabolism • G. T. Javor • p.40-44 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Real Life Is More Than Simple Integers! • Clyde L. Webster, Jr. • p.47-48 | pdf |
    • Literary Structural Parallels Between Genesis 1 and 2 • William H. Shea • p.49-68 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.69-75 | pdf |
      • Darwin’s finches, design in nature, exon shuffling, flood geology, origin of life, paleontology, philosophy of science, radiocarbon dating, reworked dinosaurs, invertebrate fossils, speciation, genetic code variability
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Fewer Answers Than Questions • L. J. Gibson • p.76-80 | pdf |
    • Reversal of Earth’s Magnetic Field • R. H. Brown • p.81-84 | pdf |

    1990 — Volume 17

    • EDITORIAL: What is Happening to the Philosophy of Science? • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-7 | pdf |
    • A Post-Flood Ice-Age Model Can Account for Quaternary Features • Michael J. Oard • p.8-26 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.27-32 | pdf |
      • assumptions affect conclusions, geology, molecular clocks/phylogenies, paleobiogeography, paleontology, Precambrian metazoans, rapid change in birds/insects, rapid oil formation, speciation, taphonomy
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Burgess Shale Re-Examined • R. H. Brown and Harold G. Coffin • p.33-37 | pdf |
    • A Catastrophe With an Impact • L. J. Gibson • p.38-47 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Flood Stories — Can They Be Ignored? • Ariel A. Roth • p.51-55 | pdf |
    • Correlation of C-14 Age with the Biblical Time Scale • R. H. Brown • p.56-65 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.66-73 | pdf |
      • mass extinctions, molecular paleontology/phylogeny, paleobiogeography, paleontology, philosophy of science, radiocarbon dating, speciation, taphonomy
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Closets Full of Skeletons • A. A. Roth • p.74-77 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: An Argument About Science • L. James Gibson • p.78-81 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Testing Time • R. H. Brown • p.82-85 | pdf |
    • The Implications of the Oklo Phenomenon on the Constancy of Radiometric Decay Rates • C. L. Webster • p.86-92 | pdf |

    1991 — Volume 18

    • EDITORIAL: When Assumptions Cease to be Assumptions • Clyde L. Webster, Jr. • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-9 | pdf |
      • Re: Brown: Correlation of C-14 Age with the Biblical Time Scale (17:56-65) • Gerald E. Aardsma / R. H. Brown
    • The Antediluvians • William H. Shea • p.10-26 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.27-31 | pdf |
      • molecular phylogeny, origin of life, paleontology, population genetics, punctuated equilibria
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Neo-Darwinism Is Not Dead • L. J. Gibson • p.32-33 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Must Creation-Science Be Either Unbiblical or Unscientific? • R. H. Brown • p.34-38 | pdf |
    • Quantum Mechanics: The Strange World at Small Dimensions • B. L. Clausen • p.39-47 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Creation Holding Its Own • Ariel A. Roth • p.51-52 | pdf |
    • Progressive Creation and Biblical Revelation: Some Theological Implications • John T. Baldwin • p.53-65 | pdf |
    • Interpretation of Radiocarbon and Amino Acid Age Data • Robert H. Brown and Clyde L. Webster • p.66-78 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.79-85 | pdf |
      • Biblical chronology, end-Cretaceous impact, geology, molecular Eve, molecular phylogeny, paleoecology, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Darwinian Morality? • Earl M. J. Aagaard • p.86-88 | pdf |
    • Fresh Bread; Old Fossils • R. H. Brown • p.89-92 | pdf |

    1992 — Volume 19

    • EDITORIAL: The Search for an Evolutionary Mechanism • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.6-7 | pdf |
      • Re: Brown and Webster: Interpretation of Radiocarbon and Amino Acid Age Data (18:66-78) • H. Thomas Goodwin / Robert H. Brown and Clyde L. Webster
    • Cosmology and Genesis: The Road to Harmony and the Need for Cosmological Alternatives • Mart de Groot • p.8-32 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.33-40 | pdf |
      • anti-mutation mechanism, pseudo-paleosols, radiometric age contamination, molecular phylogeny, paleoecology, paleontology, taphonomy
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Creationist Book for Public Schools • L. James Gibson • p.41-43 | pdf |
    • Clastic Pipes and Dikes in Kodachrome Basin • Ariel A. Roth • p.44-48 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Fossils and Compassion • Ariel A. Roth • p.51-52 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.53 | pdf |
      • Re: Aardsma: Letter to the Editor (18:6-7) • Gerald E. Aardsma
    • Sociobiology: The Evolution Theory’s Answer to Altruistic Behavior • Leonard R. Brand and Ronald L. Carter • p.54-71 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.72-86 | pdf |
      • Antarctic Permian forests, creation-evolution debate, genetics, impact catastrophes, mega-volcanism, molecular paleontology, molecules vs morphology, origin of life, paleobotany, paleontology, rapid speciation, biogeography, vertebrate paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: An Age-Old Question • R. H. Brown • p.87-90 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Search for Relatives • L. J. Gibson • p.91-92 | pdf |
    • Life in the Deep Rocks and the Deep Fossil Record • Ariel A. Roth • p.93-104 | pdf |

    1993 — Volume 20

    • EDITORIAL: Publish Anything — Or Perish • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • An Alternative Explanation of Oceanic Magnetic Anomaly Patterns • Norm Smith and Jane Smith • p.6-21 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.22-40 | pdf |
      • biogeography, biostratigraphy, dendrochronology, evolution, genetics, geology, impact catastrophes, mammalogy, molecular evolution and systematics, origin of life, paleontology, fossil birds, dinosaurs
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Mysterious Solutions • L. James Gibson • p.41-42 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Dusty Evidence • R. H. Brown • p.43-44 | pdf |
    • Did Life Begin in an “RNA World”? • L. James Gibson • p.45-52 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: On Altering Past and Future • Katherine Ching • p.55-58 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.59 | pdf |
      • Re: Gibson: Did Life Begin in an “RNA World”? (20:45-52) • George T. Javor
    • An Interventionist Theory of Natural Selection and Biological Change within Limits • Leonard R. Brand and L. James Gibson • p.60-82 | pdf |
    • INDEX TO Origins, Vols. 1-20 (1974-1993) • p.83

    1994 — Volume 21

    • EDITORIAL: Deus Ex Machina • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-4 | pdf |
    • The “Days” of Creation in Genesis 1: Literal “Days” or Figurative “Periods/Epochs” of Time? • Gerhard F. Hasel • p.5-38 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.39-42 | pdf |
      • evolution, genetics, paleontology, science and religion
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Record of Life: How Explain? • John R. Hadd • p.43-48 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Challenging the Creed: Doubts About Plate Tectonics? • L. James Gibson • p.48-50 | pdf |
    • Incomplete Ecosystems • Ariel A. Roth • p.51-56 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Name Dropping • Ariel A. Roth • p.59-62 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.63-65
      • Re: Hasel: The “Days” of Creation in Genesis 1: Literal “Days” or Figurative “Periods/Epochs” of Time? (21:5-38) • R. Ervin Taylor / William H. Shea | pdf |
      • Re: Roth: Incomplete Ecosystems (21:51-56) • Richard Kutsch | pdf |
    • Compatibility of Biblical Chronology with C-14 Age • R. H. Brown • p.66-79 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.80-83 | pdf |
      • genetics, geology, molecular evolution, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Bone Picking • Earl Aagaard • p.84-85 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Who Are the Creationists? • Jerry Bergman • p.85-90 | pdf |
    • Pseudogenes and Origins • L. James Gibson • p.91-108 | pdf (update) |

    1995 — Volume 22

    • EDITORIAL: “Retro-Progressing” • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-7 | pdf |
    • Paradigm and Falsification: Tools in a Search for Truth • Elwood S. McCluskey • p.8-30 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.31-37 | pdf |
      • evolution, genetics, geology, molecular phylogeny, origin of life, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Picture Window on the Eocene • Harold G. Coffin • p.38-42 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: How Final Is Final? • Benjamin L. Clausen • p.43-46 | pdf |
    • Can Tree Rings Be Used to Calibrate Radiocarbon Dates? • R. H. Brown • p.47-52 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Three Kinds of Science • Ariel A. Roth • p.55-57 | pdf |
    • Biblical Evidence for the Universality of the Flood • Richard M. Davidson • p.58-73 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.74-80 | pdf |
      • ecology, genetics, genome sequencing, molecular paleontology, molecular phylogeny, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Misbehaving Fossils • R. H. Brown • p.81-83 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Canyon of Canyons • R. H. Brown • p.83-85 | pdf |
    • Fossil Reefs and Time • Ariel A. Roth • p.86-104 | pdf |

    1996 — Volume 23

    • EDITORIAL: The Disadvantage of Collective Ignorance • Ariel A. Roth • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • The Paradigm of Naturalism, Compared with a Viable Alternative: A Scientific Philosophy for the Study of Origins • Leonard R. Brand • p.6-34 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.35-43 | pdf |
      • anthropology, catastrophism, mutations, exotic stones, yeast genome, mass movement, origin of the eye, origin of life, paleontology, pseudogenes
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Black Boxes and Designers • David Ekkens • p.44-48 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Compromised Biblical Creationism • R. H. Brown • p.48-49 | pdf |
    • The Intrigue of the Questions about the Bridgewater “Fossil Forest,” Victoria, Australia • Clyde L. Webster, Jr. • p.50-60 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Do We Need to Turn off Our Brains When We Enter a Church? • Ariel A. Roth • p.63-65 | pdf |
    • EDITORIAL: “Laying Down the Pen” • Ariel A. Roth • p.66-67 | pdf |
    • Fossil Patterns: A Classification and Evaluation • Jim Gibson • p.68-99 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.100-105 | pdf |
      • biogeography, cyclic sedimentation, evolution, mutations, paleontology, speciation rates, stratigraphy
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Toward the Original Created Kinds • Leonard R. Brand • p.106-109 | pdf |
    • False Fossils • Ariel A. Roth • p.110-124 | pdf |

    1997 — Volume 24

    • SPECIAL EDITION: The Yellowstone Petrified “Forests” • Harold G. Coffin • p.2-44
      • update posted 3/24/05 — CONTENTS (pdf) … FOREWORD (pdf) … ARTICLE (pdf) … GLOSSARY (pdf) … ENDNOTES (pdf)

     

    • EDITORIAL: Genesis and Genomics • L. James Gibson • p.47-49 | pdf |
    • Carbon-14 Dating Models and Experimental Implications • Paul Giem • p.50-64 | pdf |
    • The Nature of Evidence for the Activity of Supernatural Intelligence, as Illustrated by Polonium Radiohalos • R. H. Brown • p.65-80 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.81-99 | pdf |
      • comparative genomics, design, genetic engineering, geology, human fossils, life on Mars?, molecular evolution, molecular paleontology, origin of life, paleontology, religious scientists?, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Can We Find a Message in the Pattern of Life? • L. James Gibson • p.100-102 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Natural Union • R. H. Brown • p.102-104 | pdf |

    1998 — Volume 25

    • SPECIAL EDITION: Life: An Evidence for Creation • George T. Javor • p.2-48
      • Table of Contents • p.2 | pdf |
      • Foreword • L. James Gibson • p.3-4 | pdf |
      • Introduction • p.5-7 | pdf |
      • Chapter 1: Is There Such a Thing as Life? • p.8-13 | pdf |
      • Chapter 2: The Matter of Life and Death • p.14-23 | pdf |
      • Chapter 3: What Makes a Cell Tick? • p.24-33 | pdf |
      • Chapter 4: Once Upon a Time There Was a Molecule … • p.34-44 | pdf |
      • Chapter 5: Message of the Molecules • p.45-48 | pdf |

     

    • EDITORIAL: Intelligent Design, Natural Selection, and God • L. James Gibson • p.51-54 | pdf |
    • Unique Enigmatic Helium • R. H. Brown • p.55-73 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.74-98 | pdf |
      • archaeology, biogeography, design, evolution, genetics, molecular evolution, molecular phylogeny, origin of life, paleontological patterns, paleontology, science and religion
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Balanced View of Science and Faith • Clyde L. Webster • p.99-101 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Intelligent Design Comes of Age • L. James Gibson • p.101-104 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Are Radioisotope Dating Methods Reliable? • R. H. Brown • p.104-108 | pdf |

    2001 — Number 51

    • EDITORIAL: Rivers out of Eden • L. James Gibson • p.4-5 | pdf |
    • Carbon-14 Content of Fossil Carbon • Paul Giem • p.6-30 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.31-45 | pdf |
      • development, dinosaurs, evolution, genetics, human origins, human fossils, molecular evolution, origin of life, paleobiogeography, paleontology, phylogeny
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Inherit the Wind — Revisited • L. James Gibson • p.46-49 | pdf |
    • NEWS AND COMMENTS: Geological Society of America Meeting • Kurt P. Wise and Arthur V. Chadwick • p.50-60 | pdf |

    2001 — Number 52

    • EDITORIAL: Polyphyly and the Cambrian Explosion • L. James Gibson • p.3-6 | pdf |
    • A Baraminological Analysis of Subtribe Flaveriinae (Asteraceae: Helenieae) and the Origin of Biological Complexity • Todd C. Wood and David P. Cavanaugh • p.7-27 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.28-47 | pdf |
      • behavior, biogeography, chromosomal evolution, genetics, geology, molecular evolution, origin of life, paleontology, phylogeny, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Time Dependency of Radioisotope Decay • R. H. Brown • p.48-52 | pdf |
    • Local Catastrophes, or a Worldwide Deluge? • L. James Gibson • p.53-56 | pdf |

    2002 — Number 53

    • EDITORIAL: Palaetiological Science and Cultural Power • L. James Gibson • p.3-6 | pdf |
    • Rushing to Judgment: Functionality in Noncoding or “Junk” DNA • Timothy G. Standish • p.7-30 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.31-35 | pdf |
      • design, geology, molecular evolution, origin of life, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Darwin Himself • Henry Zuill • p.36-38 | pdf |
    • The Miocene/Pleistocene Contact in the Columbia Basin: Time Implications • Harold G. Coffin • p.39-52 | pdf |

    2002 — Number 54

    • EDITORIAL: A Mechanism for Rapid Change? • L. James Gibson • p.3-4 | pdf |
    • The AGE-ing Process: Rapid Post-Flood Intrabaraminic Diversification Caused by Altruistic Genetic Elements (AGEs) • Todd Charles Wood • p.5-34 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.35-45 | pdf |
      • avian phylogeny, design, genetics, geochemistry, mass extinctions, paleobiogeography, paleontology, philosophy of science, radiohalos and granite, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Creation Reconsidered] • Paul Giem • p.46-50 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Science and Its Limits] • L. James Gibson • p.51-52 | pdf |

    2004 — Number 55

    • EDITORIAL: Does Religion Always Lose? • Paul A. Giem • p.3-8 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.9-11 | pdf |
      • Re: Lugenbeal: Ancestral Dissonance (3:52-55) • W. M. Long
    • The Genesis Creation Story: Text, Issues, and Truth • Jacques B. Doukhan • p.12-33 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.34-46 | pdf |
      • biogeography, evo-devo, evolution and religion, evolution and science, geology and the Black Sea flood, molecular biology and evolution, paleoclimate and carbon dioxide, paleontology, science, speciation in parallel
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Finding Darwin’s God] • Paul A. Giem • p.47-56 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: [book: Darwin’s God] • L. James Gibson • p.57-60 | pdf |

    2004 — Number 56

    • EDITORIAL: Chicken Soup, Self-Organization and the Origin of Life: A Test • L. James Gibson • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • Recent Developments in Near Eastern Chronology and Radiocarbon Dating • Michael G. Hasel • p.6-31 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.32-53 | pdf |
      • biogeography, bird phylogeny, creation and “magic bullets,” design, ecology, gene duplication, geology, human ancestry, molecular evolution, paleontology, phylogenetics, population genetics
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Following the Evidence • Henry Zuill • p.54-56 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Reuniting Facts and Values • Paul Giem • p.57-59 | pdf |
    • Detecting Design in Nature • Timothy G. Standish • p.60-72 | pdf |

    2005 — Number 57

    • EDITORIAL: Conflating Answers: To and From Design Questions • Timothy G. Standish • p.3-6 | pdf |
    • REACTIONS: • p.7-8 | pdf |
      • Re: Gibson: Chicken Soup, Self-Organization and the Origin of Life: A Test (56:3-5) • George Javor
      • Re: Hasel: Recent Developments in Near Eastern Chronology and Radiocarbon Dating (56:6-31) • R. H. Brown
    • Visualizing Baraminic Distances Using Classical Multidimensional Scaling • Todd Charles Wood • p.9-29 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.30-43 | pdf |
      • biodiversity, biogeography, geology, paleontology, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Teach the Controversy • Henry Zuill • p.44-46 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Investigating the Designer • Werner Vyhmeister • p.47-49 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Does Free Will Exist • Stephen Bauer • p.50-52 | pdf |

    2005 — Number 58

    • EDITORIAL: How to Write an Unpublishable Paper • Timothy G. Standish • p.3-6 | pdf |
    • A Note on the Pre-Flood/Flood Boundary in the Grand Canyon • Kurt P. Wise and Andrew A. Snelling • p.7-29 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.30-36 | pdf |
      • genetics, geology, origin of life, paleontology, radiocarbon dating, radiohaloes
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Can Science Refute Design • Cornelius G. Hunter • p.37-39 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Philosophical Weeding • Ashby L. Camp • p.39-41 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Spreading Out the Heavens • Robert H. Brown • p.42-44 | pdf |
    • The Rainbow Is All in Your Head • Leonard Brand and Ernest Schwab • p.45-56 | pdf |

    2006 — Number 59

    • EDITORIAL: Is Intelligent Design Harmful to Science? • Jim Gibson • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • A Biblical Perspective on the Philosophy of Science • Leonard R. Brand • p.6-42 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.43-48 | pdf |
      • geology, origin of life, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Problems with Time • Aaron Corbit • p.49-51 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Inherit the Wind: Myth vs Reality • Joe Francis • p.52-54 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: New and Improved? • Jerry Bergman • p.54-56 | pdf |

    2007 — Number 60

    • EDITORIAL: Genesis Kinds and the Sea Urchin • Jim Gibson • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • Irreducible Interdependence: An IC-Like Ecological Property Potentially Illustrated by the Nitrogen Cycle • Henry A. Zuill and Timothy G. Standish • p.6-40 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.41-47 | pdf |
      • ecology, genetics, geology, paleobiogeography, paleontology, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Friend or Foe? • Jerry Bergman • p.48-50 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Evo-Devo Not • David N. Mbungu • p.50-53 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Who Created All These? • Mart de Groot • p.53-55 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: An Unfinished Conversation • Gary Land • p.55-58 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Giving Away the Store Again? • Tristan Abbey • p.58-60 | pdf |
    • Genomes and Design • Timothy G. Standish • p.61-64 | pdf |

    2007 — Number 61

    • EDITORIAL: The Enigmatic Geologic Column • Jim Gibson • p.3-6 | pdf |
    • Wholistic Geology: Geology Before, During, and After the Biblical Flood • Leonard Brand • p.7-34 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.35-41 | pdf |
      • biogeography, development, geology, paleontology, speciation
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Making It All Uncomfortably Clear • Timothy G. Standish • p.42-44 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: The Godfather of Intelligent Design • Nicholas Miller • p.44-47 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Response to Irreducible Complexity • H. Thomas Goodwin • p.47-50 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Seeing the Forest and the Trees • Timothy G. Standish • p.50-52 | pdf |

    2008 — Number 62

    • EDITORIAL: One Long Argument • Timothy G. Standish • p.3-5 | pdf |
    • Species Variability and Creationism • Todd Charles Wood • p.6-25 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.26-32 | pdf |
      • anthropology, design, genetics, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A New Blind Watchmaker: Design by Homeostasis • Jerry Bergman • p.33-35 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Over the Edge • Timothy G. Standish • p.35-38 | pdf |
    • The Dead Sea Scrolls, the Fourth Commandment, and Deuteronomy 5 • Timothy G. Standish • p.39-41 | pdf |
    • Scriptural Geology, 1820-1860: An Essay and Review • Warren H. Johns • p.42-60 | pdf |

    2008 — Number 63

    • EDITORIAL: Why Science • Jim Gibson • p.3-4 | pdf |
    • A Critique of Current Anti-ID Arguments and ID Responses • Leonard Brand • p.5-33 | pdf |
    • ANNOTATIONS FROM THE LITERATURE: • p.34-40 | pdf |
      • biogeography, biology, chemical evolution, genetics, paleoecology, paleontology
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Understanding the Agenda • Lee Davidson • p.41-43 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: Son of Panda • Timothy G. Standish • p.43-45 | pdf |
    • LITERATURE REVIEW: A Conversation Starter • Melissa Price • p.46-48 | pdf |