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Volume 22, Number 4
Sandstone And The Flood Environment
Douglas E. Cox, B.I.S.
Terrigenous rocks, those
that appear to have been formed on the land, seem incompatible with
sediment deposition in the Flood environment. These include sandstones,
gravels, and conglomerates. Concepts for reinterpreting these rocks
are developed, based upon the evidence for diagenesis, the processes
which cause alteration of sediments after deposition.
Insects Indicate Creation
Robert R. Sanders, M.S.
and George F. Howe, Ph.D.
A Creation Research Society
(CRS) insect collection has been started. Qualified workers are invited
to participate in the identification of these specimens and other phases
of entomological research. There are outstanding evidences for design
in dragonflies, click beetles, springtails, and other insects. Insects
simply appear in the fossil strata without indication of an evolutionary
ancestry. The paleontology, physiology, and anatomy of insects are fields
ready for creationist study.
Flood And Post-Flood Geodynamics:
An Expanded Earth Model
David W. Unfred, M.S.
Several creationist and
non-creationist global tectonic models have been put forward to explain
the distribution of continents, topographical features, floral and faunal
dispersions. An Earth expansion geodynamics model appears to best account
for the empirical data and the catastrophism of the Flood-Judgment required
Teaching About Origin Questions:
Origin Of Human Beings
John N. Moore, Ed.D
In three previous "how
to" articles on teaching about origin questions in a fair and just
manner the author discussed (a) the nature of scientific activity in
generation of inquiries by scientists, based upon some of the presuppositions
of founders of modern science, who accepted belief in Eternal, Personal
Creator God Who created all things (CRSQ 21:115-119); (b) identified
that professional scientists deal primarily with inquiries to explain
"present" natural phenomena resulting in the science of cosmology,
for example in contrast to "Historical" Theories, which include
evolution cosmogony (Evolution Model) and creation cosmogony (Creation
Model) about the origin of the universe (CRSQ 21: 189-194); and (c)
analyzed and critiqued the five stages of mechanistic, materialistic,
reductionistic "chemical evolution" as basis for presentation
of circumstantial evidence for a Creator origin of life on the earth
as believed by Pasteur, Mendel, and many leading biologists who founded
the biological sciences (CRSQ 22:20-25). This article contains discussion
of contrasting basic conceptualizations regarding the origin of human
Robert A. Herrmann, Ph.D.
This is the third article
in the series entitled Nature: The Supreme Logician. In this article
the supermind processes associated with the deductive-world model are
discussed. The specific scientific object called the developmental paradigm
is defined and its unique behavior is investigated. It is shown how
this object and supermind processes deterministically generate the entire
universe in which we dwell as well as the fundamental constituents of
all material microphysical, macrophysical and large scale structures.
It is shown that the deductive world model is a nontrivial grand unification.
Two simple models are described that indicate some of the difficulties
with uniformitarianism. Using the concepts of supermind choice and superuniform
alterations it is proved that the linguistic concepts of random behavior
and random cause are theory (i.e. discipline language) dependent and
are not absolute in character.
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