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Volume 19, Number 3
December, 1982

A Creationist Critique Of Homology

A. J. Jones, Ph.D.

Ever since Darwin, homology has been one of the lines of evidence alleged to support evolution. It is shown here that such arguments mis-use the evidence, or fail to include all of it. When all of the evidence is included, and it is interpreted correctly, homology is seen to point to a Designer, Who uses a basic plan in many different ways.

Professor Frick - And The Theory In Stone

Hilton Hinderliter, Ph.D.

This is an analogy to the development and present status of evolution. Please read the story of Prof. Frick, in the left-hand column, all the way through. Then go back and re-read while following, according to the reference number, the point-by-point explanation in the right-hand column.

Principles Of Creationist Biology

Terrance L. Smith, Ph.D.

Three principles which can be used as a basis for biological research in a Creationistic framework are discussed.

The "Tangled" Tongue

Lance B. Johnson, O.D.

In this paper the author attempts to relate, on the basis of his experience, a condition - dyslexia - to the fact that some of the world's languages are written in different directions from others. He believes that human beings are "pre-programmed" (visually and mentally), some to be able to learn one language more easily, some another. The dyslexic seems to be sufferering from a mixture of this built-in information, and thus to have trouble, particularly in reading.

Evolutionary Assumptions In Physics Literature

Donald B. DeYoung, Ph.D.

Two well known physics periodicals, The Physics Teacher, and the American Journal of Physics, were surveyed for evolutionary content during the year 1981. Many examples of evolutionary presuppositions and attitudes were found, in items on various topics, including science education, cosmology, and the energy crisis.


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