Answers Research Journal volume 12

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Answers Research Journal, Volume 12, 2019.
The divine comedy
Creationism
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Running gags
Jokes aside
Blooper reel

Volume 12 of the Answers Research Journal ran through 2019.

Contents

Volume 12 articles[edit]

Testing a Flat-Earth Prediction: Is the Moon’s Light Cooling?[edit]

Danny R. Faulkner, 9 January 2019
Turns out even ARJ can't find a way to make flat earth claims sound reasonable.

Abortion: A Biblical, Biological, and Philosophical Refutation[edit]

Matt Dawson, 23 January 2019

Answers In Genesis staff member Matt Dawson contributes his first article to the journal with an incredible anti-abortion screed that states abortion is never acceptable in any circumstance whatsoever.

Dubious Claims About Natural Selection[edit]

Jean Ligthner, 30 January 2019

Responding to Lightner’s Comments on Natural Selection: Points of Agreement and Disagreement[edit]

Jason Lisle, 30 January 2019

Critical Analysis of Hugh Ross’ Progressive Day-Age Creationism Through the Framework of Young-Earth Creationism[edit]

David Mcgee, 13 February 2019

How Scholars’ Perceptions of the Semantic Range of יוֹם Have Affected Their Discussions of the Age of the Universe: Part 1[edit]

John C.P. Smith, 13 March 2019

How Scholars’ Perceptions of the Semantic Range of יוֹם Have Affected Their Discussions of the Age of the Universe: Part 2[edit]

John C.P. Smith, 24 April 2019

How Scholars’ Perceptions of the Semantic Range of יוֹם Have Affected Their Discussions of the Age of the Universe: Part 3[edit]

John C.P. Smith, 17 July 2019

The Challenge of Fossil Forests for Creationist Research[edit]

Warren H. John, 7 August 2019

Heat Problems Associated with Genesis Flood Models—Part 2: Secondary Temperature Indicators[edit]

William Worraker, 18 September 2019

An Evaluation of Astronomical Young-Age Determination Methods I: The Solar System[edit]

Danny R. Faulkner, 25 September 2019

Lithostratigraphic Correlation of the Coconino Sandstone and a Global Survey of Permian “Eolian” Sandstones: Implications for Flood Geology[edit]

John H. Whitmore, 23 October 2019

An Evaluation of Astronomical Young-Age Determination Methods 2: Solar, Stellar, Galactic, and Extragalactic[edit]

Danny R. Faulkner, 30 October 2019

Korea, Darwinism, Racism, and War[edit]

Jerry Bergman", 6 November 2019

Bergman argues that "social Darwinism" lit the match of racist thought Korea and communist China, resulting in the deaths of millions.

Problems with the U-Pb Radioisotope Dating Methods—3. Mass Fractionation[edit]

Andrew A. Snelling, 13 November 2019

Evidence for a Human Y Chromosome Molecular Clock: Pedigree-Based Mutation Rates Suggest a 4,500-Year History for Human Paternal Inheritance[edit]

Nathaniel T. Jeanson and Ashley D. Holland, 4 December 2019

Testing the Predictions of the Young-Earth Y Chromosome Molecular Clock: Population Growth Curves Confirm the Recent Origin of Human Y Chromosome Differences[edit]

Nathaniel T. Jeanson, 4 December 2019

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