2008 Volume 1

2008 Volume 1
Proceedings of the Microbe Forum, June 2007

Proceedings of the Microbe Forum, June 2007

pp. 1–6 • Dr. Joe Francis , et. al.

For many years the roles of microbes as part of God’s wonderful design have been neglected. Perhaps it is because many people associate microbes as the cause of death, disease, and suffering.

Microbes and the Days of Creation

Microbes and the Days of Creation

pp. 7–10 • Dr. Alan L. Gillen

The world of germs and microbes has received much attention in recent years. But where do microbes fit into the creation account?

Catastrophic Granite Formation

Catastrophic Granite Formation

pp. 11–26 • Dr. Andrew A. Snelling

The timescale for the generation of granitic magmas and their subsequent intrusion, crystallization, and cooling as plutons is no longer incompatible with the biblical time frames.

Toward a Practical Theology of Peer Review

Toward a Practical Theology of Peer Review

pp. 65–75 • Todd Charles Wood , et. al.

The irony of the conflict over peer review is that peer review is poorly understood and criticized even in conventional journals.

Mars, a Testament to Catastrophe

Mars, a Testament to Catastrophe

pp. 89–94 • Charles Creager, Jr.

The unlikely geographic relationship between these gigantic features suggests a cause and effect relationship between them. This implies a global Martian catastrophe comparable to the Genesis Flood.

Genetics of Coat Color I

Genetics of Coat Color I

pp. 109–116 • Dr. Jean Lightner

Given the number of alleles within baramins, much of the diversity at this locus must have developed since the genetic bottleneck at the Flood where only a single breeding pair was preserved.

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

pp. 145–168 • John Matthews

The dominant view of the origin of oil amongst western oil companies until 1969 was that it was due to the decay of living matter. Now other views are making themselves heard.

Hebrew Metaphysic

Hebrew Metaphysic

pp. 169–195 • Doug Kennard

Metaphysical development in Hebrew biblical texts is especially elucidated through a series of word studies with a shifting emphasis that each cross-pollinates the others.