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Answers Research Journal volume 11

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Answers Research Journal, Volume 11, 2018.
The divine comedy
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Running gags
Jokes aside
Blooper reel

Volume 11 of the Answers Research Journal is in progress.

Volume 11 articles[edit]

Linguistic Traits of Hebrew Relator Nouns and Their Implications for Translating Genesis 1:1[edit]

Joshua D. Wilson, 28 February 2018

The Hermeneutics of Adam: A Figurative Approach to Genesis 1 and the Historicity of Adam[edit]

Todd S. Beall, 7 March 2018

The Case for Cosmological Redshifts[edit]

Danny R. Faulkner, 14 March 2018

A Test for Quasar Cosmological Redshifts[edit]

Danny R. Faulkner, 21 March 2018

No Replacement of Darwin: A Review of Replacing Darwin—The New Origin of Species[edit]

Stefan Frello, 25 April 2018

Response to “No Replacement of Darwin: A Review of Replacing Darwin—The New Origin of Species”[edit]

Nathaniel T. Jeanson, 25 April 2018

Problems with the U-Pb Radioisotope Dating Methods—2. U and Pb Mobility[edit]

Andrew A. Snelling, 13 June 2018

Biblical Integration in Anatomy and Physiology: A Design Approach[edit]

Elizabeth Sled, 20 June 2018

Numerical Modeling of the Large-Scale Erosion, Sediment Transport, and Deposition Processes of the Genesis Flood[edit]

John Baumgardner, 27 June 2018

Heat Problems Associated with Genesis Flood Models—Part 1: Introduction and Thermal Boundary Conditions[edit]

Bill Worraker, 11 July 2018

A Preliminary Cephalopod Baraminology Study Based on the Analysis of Mitochondrial Genomes and Morphological Characteristics[edit]

Jean O'Micks, 22 August 2018

Comparison of 18,000 De Novo Assembled Chimpanzee Contigs to the Human Genome Yields Average BLASTN Alignment Identities of 84%[edit]

Jeffrey Tomkins, 5 September 2018

See also[edit]

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