Aardsma, G. E. 1988. Has the speed of light decayed? Impact #179.

Aardsma, G. E. 1988. Has the speed of light decayed recently? Paper I. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 1:36–40.

Acrey, D. O. 1964. On the origin of the universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 1, no. 1:10–11.

Akridge, G. R. 1979. The mature creation: More than a possibility. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 1:68–72.

Akridge, G. R. 1979. The expansion of the universe: A study of the initial conditions. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 3:176–181.

Akridge, G. R. 1979. Amazing argon. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 3:185–186.

Akridge, R. 1980. The sun is shrinking. Impact #82.

Akridge, G. R. 1980. Jupiter’s Galilean moons. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 4:207–208.

Akridge, G. R. 1982. The expanding universe theory is internally inconsistent. Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 1:56–59.

Akridge, G. R. 1984. The universe is bigger than 15.71 light years. Creation Research Society Quarterly 21, no. 1:18–21.

Akridge, G. R., T. G. Barnes, and H. S. Slusher. 1981. A recent creation explanation of the 3°K background black body radiation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 3:159–162.

Armstrong, H. L. 1968. Planets, living beings and radio noise. Creation Research Society Quarterly 4, no. 4:135.

Armstrong, H. L. 1968. Biosatellites and radiation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 5, no. 2:89.

Armstrong, H. L. 1968. Problem: Oblateness of the sun. Creation Research Society Quarterly 5, no. 4:160.

Armstrong, H. 1968. Problems with Saturn’s rings. Creation Research Society Quarterly 5, no. 3:118.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Suggestion on radio emissions. Creation Research Society Quarterly 5, no. 4:158.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Thoughts on cosmology. Creation Research Society Quarterly 5, no. 4:160–161.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Comets. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 1:67.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Tidal friction and tides. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 1:67.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Hydrocarbons on Venus or not? Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 2:107.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. An iron compound and Mars. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 3:136–137.

Armstrong, H. L. 1969. Water “clouds” in space. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 3:139.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Who saw it happen? Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 4:190.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Planets are alike: Unlike earth. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 4:192–193.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. “Red shift” reconsidered. Creation Research Society Quarterly 6, no. 4:195.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Are there corporeal living beings outside the earth? Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:38–42.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. And then the moon “rang.” Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:77.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Differences of atmospheres. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:77–78.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Data from Saturn: Fit or misfit? Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:78.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Design and solar system irregularities. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:78.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. More on effect of magnetic field. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:78.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Solid to dust? Or vice versa? Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:78–79.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. More discrepancies on solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:79.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. More stellar regularities. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 2:126.

Armstrong, H. 1970. Scientists uncertain of universe origin. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 3:155.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. A young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 3:156.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Comets: Something old or new? Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 3:156.

Armstrong, H. L. 1970. Is the sun young too? Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 3:157.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Greenhouse effect on Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 4:236.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Meteoric ice and Noah’s Flood. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 4:237.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Greenhouse effect on Venus continued. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 4:236–237.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Meteorites and origin speculations. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 1:70.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Radiogalaxies and oceans shorten the time scale. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 2:140.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Irregularities of Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:141.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Comets and a young solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:192–193.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Life elsewhere? Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:199.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Condensation of nebulae. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:202.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Problems in paleomagnetism. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:202–203.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Another puzzle about Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:203–204.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Lunar “ages” vary. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:203.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Second thoughts on red shifts. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:203.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Cosmogonic speculation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:204.

Armstrong, H. L. 1971. Planetesimal shortcomings. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 3:204.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Meteoritic hydrocarbons. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 4:272.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Evidence wanes for life on Mars. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 4:276.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Big bang versus steady state. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 1:74.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. The theory of floccules. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 1:74.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Stellar abundance data doubtful. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 2:136–137.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Little water on Mars. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 2:137.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Mars likely lifeless. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 2:137.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Mars, predictions and valid theories. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 2:137–138.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Poynting-Robertson effect and a young solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 3:182.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Tektites and a young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 3:182–183.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Meteorite organic matter. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 3:183.

Armstrong, H. L. 1972. Universal “knowledge,” solar system ignorance! Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 3:183.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Stellar composition violate evolutionary predictions. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 4:242–243.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. “Light years” disappear. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 4:243.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. A shift in “red-shift” theories. Creation Research Society Quarterly 9, no. 4:243.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Antarctica as a model for Mars. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 1:71.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Interstellar gas and imagined age. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 1:71.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Binary stars, a dust cloud dilemma. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 1:72.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Cosmological chaos. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 1:72.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Moon migration analyzed. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 2:121.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Stellar evolution and missing neutrinos. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 2:121.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. The anomaly of Saturn’s rings. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 2:121–122.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. If meteorite dates fall, what dates will stand? Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 3:164.

Armstrong, H. L. 1973. Urey on cometary catastrophism. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 3:164.

Armstrong, H. L. 1974. Comets, evidence of young solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 1:74.

Armstrong, H. L. 1974. Comets point to a young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 3:161.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Wishing upon a star may not provide planets. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 4:217.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Marks on Mars not necessarily river beds. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 1:66.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. More on Tychonian Theory. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 1:71.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Comets recent—Surely solar system likewise. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 2:109.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Astronomy and chronology. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12. no. 2:110–111.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Planetary orbits prove nothing about origins. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12. no. 2:110.

Armstrong, H. L. 1975. Uniformitarian theories cannot explain the moon. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 2:110.

Armstrong, H. L. 1976. No evidence for other planetary systems. Creation Research Society Quarterly 13. no. 2:120.

Armstrong, H. L. 1976. Possible evidence that Saturn’s rings are young. Creation Research Society Quarterly 13, no. 2:120.

Armstrong, H. L. 1976. Ancient astronomy in western hemisphere. Creation Research Society Quarterly 13, no. 3:171–172.

Armstrong, H. L. 1977. Evidence for a young solar system confirmed. Creation Research Society Quarterly 14, no. 1:70–71.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. It is hard to make planets. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:68.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. Missing meteorites. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:68.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. Young comets and asteroids. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:68–69.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. Another effect of Poynting-Robertson. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:69.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. Extraterrestrial habitable planets: Going, going … gone? Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:69.

Armstrong, H. L. 1978. Light on the recency of creation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 2:123.

Armstrong, H. L. 1979. Alone in the universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 1:77.

Armstrong, H. L. 1981. More thoughts on the Doppler effect. Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 1:78.

Armstrong, H. L. 1985. Olbers paradox again. Creation Research Society Quarterly 22, no. 3:123.

Armstrong, H. L. 1985. Questions remain about the sun’s operation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 22, no. 3:123.

Avila, R. and F. Salvador. 1986. Is the precession of Mercury’s perihelion a natural (non-relativistic) phenomenon? In Proceedings of the First International Conference of Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, C. L. Brooks, and R. S. Crowell, vol. 2, p. 175–186.

Barnes, T. G. 1970. Origin and development of the universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:51–53.

Barnes, T. G. 1982. Young age for the moon and earth. Impact #110.

Barnes, T. G. 1987. The dilemma of a theistic evolutionist: An answer to Howard Van Till. Creation Research Society Quarterly 23, no. 4:167.

Barnes, T. G. 1988. International congress on relativity and gravitation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 3:124.

Barnes, T. G. and F. S. Ramirez, IV 1982. Velocity effects on atomic clocks and the time question. Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 4:198.

Batten, D. 1995. Clementine mines information from the moon. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 1:5.

Benton, D. J. 1987. The effect of non-uniform density on solar contraction energy. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 3:144–147.

Benton, D. J. 1987. Creationist referencing practices and the young earth hypothesis. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 3:152–154.

Benton, D. J. 1988. The special theory of relativity: Its assumptions and implications. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 2:88–90.

Bergman, J. 1985. The earth: Unique in all the universe. Impact #144.

Bergman, J. 1996. Advances in integrating cosmology: The case of cometesimals. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 10, no. 2:202–210.

Bergman, J. 1993. Teaching evolution through science fiction. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 7, no. 2:172–180.

Bernitt, R. 2000. Fast stars challenge big bang origin for dwarf galaxies. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 14, no. 3:5–7.

Bernitt, R. 2000. Phoenix galaxy stars explode stellar evolution theory. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 14, no. 2:3–5.

Bernitt, R. 2001. Extrasolar planets. TJ 15, no. 3:9.

Bernitt, R. 2002. Stellar evolution and the problem of the ‘first’ stars. TJ 16, no. 1:12–14.

Bernitt, R. 2002. Globular clusters and the challenge of blue straggler stars. TJ 16, no. 2:5–7.

Bernitt, R. 2003. Extrasolar planets suggest our solar system is unique and young. TJ 17, no. 1:11–13.

Bishard, C. 2006. Quantization of starlight redshift not from Hubble Law. Journal of Creation 20, no. 2:12–14.

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Bounds, V. E. 1984. Towards a critical examination of the historical basis of the idea that light has slowed down. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 1:105–117.

Bounds, V. E. 1990. Further towards a critical examination of Setterfield’s hypothesis. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 4:163–180.

Bouw, G. D. 1977. The rotation-curve of the Virgo cluster of galaxies. Creation Research Society Quarterly 14, no. 1:17–24.

Bouw, G. D. 1977. Galaxy clusters and the mass anomaly. Creation Research Society Quarterly 14, no. 2:108–112.

Bouw, G. D. 1980. On the Star of Bethlehem. Creation Research Society Quarterly 17, no. 3:174–181.

Bouw, G. D. 1981. Two problems relativity fails to solve. Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 2:91–92.

Bouw, G. D. 1982. Cosmic time and space. Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 1:28–32.

Bowden, M. 1986. The suspect “proof” of relativity. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 2:157–167.

Bowden, M. 1989. The speed of light—A critique of Aardsma’s statistical method. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 4:207–208.

Bowden, M. 1998. Reports of the death of speed of light decay are premature. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 1:48–54.

Brauer, O. L. 1967. God of the universe watching over the earth. Creation Research Society Quarterly 3, no. 4:4–11.

Briegleb, B. 1993. On stellar structure and stellar evolution. Creation Research Society Quarterly 30, no. 2:71–76.

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Brown, R. H. 1988. Statistical analysis of the atomic constants, light and time. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 2:91–95.

Brown, R. H. 1990. Speed of light statistics. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 4:142–143.

Byl, J. 1988. On small curved-space models of the universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 3:138–140.

Byl, J. 1990. On the viability of variable constants. Creation Research Society Quarterly 27, no. 2:68–71.

Byl, J. 1997. On time dilation in cosmology. Creation Research Society Quarterly 34, no. 1:26–32.

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Chaffin, E. F. 1990. A study of Roemer’s Method for determining the velocity of light. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Creationism vol. 2, ed R. E. Walsh and C. L. Brooks, pp. 47–52. Creation Science Fellowship: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Chaffin, E. F. 1992. A determination of the speed of light in the seventeenth century. Creation Research Society Quarterly 29, no. 3:115–120.

Chaffin, E. F. 1994. Are fundamental constants of physics really variables? In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 143–150. Creation Science Fellowship: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Chaffin, E. F. 1996. Hubble space telescope photographs distant galaxies. Creation Research Society Quarterly 33, no. 2:88.

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Coppedge, D. F. 2008. Nebulous hypothesis. Acts & Facts 37, no. 2:15.

Coppedge, D. F. 2008. Cosmology’s error bars. Acts & Facts 37, no. 7:15.

Coppedge, D. F. 2010. Cosmic energy: Creative or destructive? Acts & Facts 39, no. 5:17.

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Davies, K. 1996. Evidences for a young sun. Impact #276.

Davies, K. 2006. The Cygnus Loop—A case study, Journal of Creation 20, no. 3:92–94.

Davies, K. 2007. The range of sizes of galactic supernova remnants. Creation Research Society Quarterly 43, no. 4:242–250.

de Groot, M. 1993. Genesis and cosmology: Can we find harmony? Do we need other interpretations? Origins 6, no. 15:6–14.

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DeYoung, D. B. 1979. The noon: A faithful witness in the sky. Impact #68.

DeYoung, D. B. 1979. Defects in the Jupiter effect. Impact #72.

DeYoung, D. B. 1982. Evolutionary assumptions in physics literature. Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 3:185–187.

DeYoung, D. B. 1990. Changing constants and gravitation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 4:130–131.

DeYoung, D. B. 1990. The earth-moon system. In Proceedings of the Second International Conference of Creationism, vol. 2, ed. R. E. Walsh and C.L. Brooks, pp. 79–84. Creation Science Fellowship: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

DeYoung, D. B. 1992. The plasma universe. Impact #228.

DeYoung, D. B. 1995. The Hubble Law. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 1: 7–11.

DeYoung, D. B. 1996. New stars, new planets? Impact #274.

DeYoung, D. B. 1999. The search for new planets. Impact #315.

DeYoung, D. B. 1999. Dark matter. Creation Research Society Quarterly 36, no. 4:177–182.

DeYoung, D. B. 2000. Lunar crater Giordano Bruno. Creation Research Society Quarterly 37(3):185.

DeYoung, D. B. 2003. Transient lunar phenomena: A permanent problem for evolutionary models of moon formation. TJ 17, no. 1:5–6.

DeYoung, D. 2003. Creation and curved space-time. TJ 17, no. 2:5–7.

DeYoung, D. B. 2006. The Crab Nebula. Creation Research Society Quarterly 43, no. 3:140–145.

DeYoung, D. B. 2008. Tides and the creation worldview. Creation Research Society Quarterly 45, no. 2:100–108.

DeYoung, D. 2010. Mature creation and seeing distant starlight. Journal of Creation 24, no. 3:54–59.

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DeYoung, D. B. and J. C. Whitcomb. 1981. The origin of the Universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 2:84–90.

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Ettari, V. A. 1989. Critical thoughts and conjectures concerning the Doppler Effect and the concept of an expanding universe—Part II. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 3:102–109.

Evered, M. G. 1991. Computer analysis of the historical values of the velocity of light. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5, no. 2:94–96.

Evered, M. G. 1991. Is There Really Evidence of a Recent Decrease in c? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5, no. 2:99–104.

Evered, M. 1992. Further evidence against the theory of a recent decrease in c. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 6, no. 1:80–89.

Evered, M. G. 1993. The recent decrease in the velocity of light—What decrease? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 7, no. 1:93–102.

Evered, M. G. 1995. The velocity of light: Constant yesterday, today and tomorrow. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 1:102–105.

Fackerell, E. D. 1984. The age of the astronomical universe. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 1:87–94.

Faulkner, D. R. 1993. The role of stellar population types in the discussion of stellar evolution. Creation Research Society Quarterly 30, no. 1:8–11.

Faulkner, D. R. 1997. Comets and the age of the solar system. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 3:264–273.

Faulkner, D. R. 1998. Is there a Gospel in the stars? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 2:169–173 (includes a comment by Carl Wieland).

Faulkner, D. R. 1998. The angular size of the moon and other planetary satellites: an argument for design. Creation Research Society Quarterly 35, no. 1:23–26.

Faulkner, D. 1998. The young faint sun paradox and the age of the solar system. Impact #300.

Faulkner, D. R. 1998. The current state of creation astronomy. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 201–216. Creation Science Fellowship: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Faulkner, D. 1999. A biblically-based cratering theory. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 13, no. 1:100–104.

Faulkner, D. R. 2001 Does the collapse of a gas cloud to form a star violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics? Creation Research Society Quarterly 38,no. 1:40–44.

Faulkner, D. 2001. The young faint sun paradox and the age of the solar system. TJ 15, no. 2:3–4.

Faulkner, D. 2001. More problems for the ‘Oort comet cloud.’ TJ 15, no. 2:11.

Faulkner, D. 2001. Geocentrism and creation. TJ 15, no. 2:110–121.

Faulkner, D. R. 2007. A review of stellar remnants: Physics, evolution, and interpretation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 44, no. 2:76–84.

Faulkner, D. 2009. Can life exist on other planets? Acts and Facts 38, no. 10:18.

Faulkner, D. R. 2012. Was the year once 360 days long? Creation Research Society Quarterly 49, no. 2:100–108.

Faulkner, D. R. and D. B. DeYoung. 1991. Toward a creationist astronomy. Creation Research Society Quarterly 28, no. 3:87–92.

Froede, C. R. 1998. Speculation regarding the Albedo of the antediluvian moon. Creation Research Society Quarterly 35, no. 3:166–167.

Froede, C. R. 2002. Extraterrestrial bombardment of the inner solar system: A review with questions and comments based on new information. Creation Research Society Quarterly 38, no. 4:209–212.

Froede, C. R. 2010. 4 vesta, achondritic meteorites and flood bombardment. Journal of Creation 24, no. 3:73–75.

Garner, P. 2000. The origin of the cosmos. Origins 27:21–26.

Garner, P. 2004. Comets still puzzling astronomers. Origins 39:10–16.

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Gish, D. T. 1991. Big bang theory collapses. Impact #216.

Gitt, V. 1995. Surprising facts about the sun and moon. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 2:259–262.

Hall, J. 1980. The inconsistent sun: How has it been behaving and what might it do next? Creation Research Society Quarterly 17, no. 3:143–145.

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Harris, D. M. 1978. A solution to seeing stars. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 2:112.

Hartnett, J. G. 2001. Recent cosmic microwave background data supports creationist cosmologies. TJ 15, no. 1:8–12.

Hartnett, J. G. 2002. Cosmologists can’t agree and are still in doubt. TJ 16, no. 3:21–26.

Hartnett, J. G. 2002. Is there any evidence for a change in c? Implications for creationists cosmology. TJ 16, no. 3:89–94.

Hartnett, J. G. 2003. Look-back time in our galactic neighbourhood leads to a new cosmogony. TJ 17, no. 1:73–79.

Hartnett, J. 2003. The heavens declare a different story! TJ 17, no. 2:94–97.

Hartnett, J. 2003. A new cosmology: Solution to the starlight travel time problem. TJ 17, no. 2:98–102.

Hartnett, J. 2004. New evidence: We really are at the centre of the universe. TJ 18, no. 1:9.

Hartnett, J. 2004. Francis Filament: A large scale structure that is big, big, big bang trouble. Is it really so large? TJ 18, no. 1:16–17.

Hartnett, J. 2004. Echoes of the big bang … or noise? TJ 18, no. 2:11–13.

Hartnett, J. 2004 Pleiades and Orion: Bound, unbound, or … ? TJ 18, no. 2:44–48.

Hartnett, J. 2004. Quantized quasar redshift in a creationist cosmology. TJ 18, no. 2:105–113.

Hartnett, J. 2004. Fine-structure constant is constant! TJ 18, no. 3:3–4.

Hartnett, J. 2004. Cosmological interpretation may be wrong for record redshift galaxy! TJ 18, no. 3:14–16.

Hartnett, J. 2005. Ripples of galaxies—Another blow to the big bang. TJ 19, no. 1:73–81.

Hartnett, J. 2005. Dark matter and a cosmological constant in a creationist cosmology? TJ 19, no. 1:82–87.

Hartnett, J. 2005. Quasar riddle for big bang astronomy. TJ 19, no. 2:5–6.

Hartnett, J. 2005. Cosmological expansion in a creationist cosmology. TJ 19, no. 3:96–102.

Hartnett, J. 2005. Creative episodes in a creationist cosmology. TJ 19, no. 3:108–115.

Hartnett, J. 2006. Cosmology in crisis—A conference report. Journal of Creation 20, no. 1:11–12.

Hartnett, J. 2006. The ‘waters above.’ Journal of Creation 20, no. 1:93–98.

Hartnett, J. 2006. CMB Conundrums. Journal of Creation 20, no. 2:10–11.

Hartnett, J. 2006. Has ‘dark matter’ really been proved? Clarifying the clamour of claims from colliding clusters. Journal of Creation 20, no. 3:6–8.

Hartnett, J. 2006. The big bang fails another test. Journal of Creation 20, no. 3:15–16.

Hartnett, J. 2007. A 5D spherically symmetric expanding universe is young. Journal of Creation 21, no. 1:69–74.

Hartnett, J. 2007. WMAP ‘proof’ of big bang fails normal radiological standards. Journal of Creation 21, no. 2:5–7.

Hartnett, J. 2008. The youngest and brightest galaxy … or is it? Journal of Creation 22, no. 2:11–12.

Hartnett, J. 2008. Is the ‘fingers of God’ effect evidence for a galactocentric universe? Journal of Creation 22, no. 2:75–78.

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Hartnett, J. 2009. Crisis in cosmology continues with conference of big-bang dissidents. Journal of Creation 23, no. :3–5.

Hartnett, J. 2010. Quasars again defy a big bang explanation. Journal of Creation 24, no. 2:8–9.

Hartnett, J. 2010. Where are we in the universe? Journal of Creation 24, no. 2:105–107.

Hartnett, J. 2011. Does the Bible really describe expansion of the universe? Journal of Creation 25, no. 2:125–127.

Hartnett, J. 2011. Modern science and creationists thinking. Journal of Creation 25, no. 3:46–47.

Hartnett, J. 2011. The anisotropic synchrony convention model as a solution to the creationist starlight-travel-time problem. Journal of Creation 25, no. 3:56–62.

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Hebert, J. 2012. Why is modern cosmology so weird? Acts & Facts 41, no. 8:11–13.

Hebert, J. 2012. The Higgs Boson and the big bang. Acts & Facts 41, no. 9:11–13.

Hebert, J. 2012. Big bang explanations fall flat. Acts & Facts 41, no. 11:16.

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Henry, J. 2003. Helioseismolgy: Implications for the standard solar model. Creation Research Society Quarterly 40, no. 1:34–40.

Henry, J. 2003. The sun is not an average star. TJ 17, no. 3:35–42.

Henry, J. 2003. Using care in defining evolution as mere change in astronomy and biology. Creation Research Society Quarterly 40, no. 2:124–127.

Henry, J. F. 2003. An old age for the earth is the heart of evolution. Creation Research Society Quarterly 40, no. 3:164–172.

Henry, J. F. 2004. The evolutionary basis of Eddington’s solar modeling. Creation Research Society Quarterly 40(4):244–256.

Henry, J. 2004. Do solar sound speeds confirm the standard solar model? Creation Research Society Quarterly 41, no. 2:168–170.

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Henry, J. 2006. The moon’s recession and age. Journal of Creation 20, no. 2:65–70.

Henry, J. F. 2008. Constellations: Legacy of the dispersion from Babel. Journal of Creation 22, no. 3:93–100.

Henry, J. 2009. Christian apologists should abandon the big bang. Journal of Creation 23, no. 3:103–109.

Henry, J. 2010. Solar system formation by accretion has no observational support. Journal of Creation 24, no. 2:87–94.

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Howe, G. F. 1977. Life on other planets—other solar systems? Creation Research Society Quarterly 14, no. 3:177.

Humphreys, D. R. 1984. The creation of planetary magnetic fields. Creation Research Society Quarterly 21, no. 3:140–149.

Humphreys, D. R. 1986. The magnetic field of Uranus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 23, no. 3:115.

Humphreys, D. R. 1988. Has the speed of light decayed recently? Paper II. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 1:40–45.

Humphreys, D. R. 1989. The mystery of earth’s magnetic field. Impact #188.

Humphreys, D. R. 1990. Beyond Neptune: Voyager II supports creation. Impact #203.

Humphreys, D.R. 1990. Good news from Neptune: the Voyager 2 magnetic measurements. Creation Research Society Quarterly 27, no. 1:15–17.

Humphreys, D. R. 1992. Bumps in the Big Bang. Impact #233.

Humphreys, R. 1992. C decay and galactic red-shifts. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 6, no. 1:74–79.

Humphreys, D. R. 1993. The earth’s magnetic field is young. Impact #242.

Humphreys, D. R. 1994. Geocentricity and creation. Impact #253.

Humphreys, D. R. 1994. A biblical basis for a creationist cosmology. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 255–266. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

Humphreys, D. R. 1994. Progress toward a young-earth relativistic cosmology. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 267–286. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

Humphreys, D. R. 1998. New vistas of space-time rebut the critics. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 2:195–212.

Humphreys, D. R. 2001. Seven years of starlight and time. Impact #338.

Humphreys, D. R. 2002. The battle for a cosmic center. Impact #350.

Humphreys, D. R. 2002. Our galaxy is the centre of the universe, ‘quantized’ red shifts show. TJ 16, no. 2:95–104.

Humphreys, D. R. 2007. Creationist cosmologies explain the anomalous acceleration of pioneer spacecraft. Journal of Creation 21, no. 2:61–70.

Humphreys, D. R. 2007. Creation cosmologies solve spacecraft mystery. Acts & Facts 36, no. 10:10–12.

Humphreys, D. R. 2008. Magnetic message from Mercury. Journal of Creation 22, no. 2:3.

Humphreys, D. R. 2008. Mercury’s magnetic field is young! Journal of Creation 22, no. 3:8–9.

Humphreys, D. R. 2008. New time dilation helps creation cosmology. Journal of Creation 22, no. 3:84–92.

Humphreys, D. R. 2008. The creation of cosmic magnetic fields. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 213–230. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

Humphreys, D. R. 2012. The moon’s former magnetic field—Still a huge problem for evolutionists. Journal of Creation 26, no. 1:5–6.

Humphreys, D. R. 2012. Mercury’s magnetic field is fading fast—Latest spacecraft data confirm evidence for a young solar system. Journal of Creation 26, no. 2:4–5.

Humphreys, D. R. 2012. Mercury’s crust is magnetized—More evidence for a young solar system. Journal of Creation 26, no. 3:12–14.

Ingram, T. R. 1975. The theological necessity of a young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 1:32–33.

Johnson, G. L. 1987. The firmament: A hypothesis. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 1:38–42.

Johnston, B. D. 1990. On the compatibility of special relativity with a decreasing velocity of light. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 4: 186–190.

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Lammerts, W. E. 1974. On the age of universe, elements. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 1:77–79.

Lammerts, W. E. 1978. Accurate predictions can be made on the basis of biblical creation concepts. Creation Research Society Quarterly 15, no. 1:3–7.

Laughlin, D. J. 2001. Science fiction: A biblical perspective. TJ 15, no. 2:81–88.

Lisle, J. 2005. Ripples of galaxies—Another blow to the big bang. TJ 19, no. 1:16–17.

Lisle, J. 2005. Distant large galaxies with ‘old’ stars—Another unpleasant surprise for big bang supporters. TJ 19(3):3.

Lisle, J. 2005. First light from extrasolar planets. TJ 19, no. 3:6.

Lisle, J. 2012. Blue stars confirm recent creation. Acts & Facts 41, no. 9:16.

Loose, A. 1987. Chaos in the cosmos. Origins 1, no. 1:6–9.

Loose, A. 1988. The other big bang. Origins 2, no. 4:12.

MacIver, I. 1973. Report on the Velikovsky symposium. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 3:142–148.

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Matzko, G. 1990. Moon dust. Creation Research Society Quarterly 27, no. 2:77.

Matzko, G. 1991. Death knell for the big bang. Creation Research Society Quarterly 28, no. 2:67.

Mehlert, A. W. 1987. More problems with evolutionary hypothesis. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 3:156–157.

Mehlert, A. W. 1994. The origin of the universe: A creationist evaluation of current scientific theories. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 8, no. 2:223–237.

Meyer, J. R. 1982. Is the big bang just a lot of noise? Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 3:189–190.

Mohler, R. A. 2010. Why does the universe look so old? Acts & Facts 39, no. 10:4–7.

Montgomery, A. 1990. Statistical analysis of c and related atomic constants. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 4:138–142.

Montgomery, A. 1991. Computer analysis of the historical values of the velocity of light—A response. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5(2):97–98.

Montgomery, A. 1991. Is there really evidence of a recent decrease in c?—A response. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5, no. 2:105–107.

Montgomery, A. 1991. Statistical analysis of the velocity of light and related data. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5, no. 2:113–122.

Montgomery, A. 1992. More evidence that the velocity of light is not a true constant. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 6, no. 2:173–184.

Moore, J. N. 1985. Teaching about origin questions: Origin of the universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 21, no. 4:189–194.

Morris, H. 1974. Stars of heaven. Impact #10.

Morris, H. M. 1985. Star witness. Impact #150.

Morton, G. R., H. S. Slusher, and R. E. Mandock. 1983. The age of lunar craters. Creation Research Society Quarterly 20, no. 2:105–108.

Mulfinger, G. 1967. Examining the cosmogonies—A historical review. Creation Research Society Quarterly 4, no. 2:57–69.

Mulfinger, G. 1970. Critique of stellar evolution. Creation Research Society Quarterly 7, no. 1:7–24.

Mulfinger, G. 1973. Review of creationist astronomy. Creation Research Society Quarterly 10, no. 3:170–175.

Myers, E. 1987. Aristotle and creationism: A comparison. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 1:5–9.

Newton, R. 2001. Distant starlight and Genesis: Conventions of time measurement. TJ 15, no. 1:80–85.

Newton, R. 2002. The short-period comets ‘problem’ (for evolutionists): Have recent ‘Kuiper Belt’ discoveries solved the evolutionary/long-age dilemma? TJ 16, no. 2:15–17.

Newton, R. 2002. ‘Missing’ neutrinos found! No longer an ‘age’ indicator. TJ 16, no. 3:123–125.

Newton, R. 2003. New planet challenges evolutionary models. TJ 17, no. 3:9.

Niessen. R. 1983. Starlight and the age of the universe. Impact #121.

Norman, T. 1991. The velocity of light decay debate: The mathematical response. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 5, no. 2: 108–112.

Northrup, B. E. 1987. Mountains, meteorites and plate tectonics. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24(3):125.

Oard, M. J. 1987. The redshift controversy. Creation Research Society Quarterly 23, no. 4:176.

Oard, M. J. 1989. The solar system may be young after all. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 4:182–183.

Oard, M. J. 1989. Small comets may mean a young solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 1:14–15.

Oard, M. J. 1993. Fresh impact craters on Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 30, no. 3:163–164.

Oard, M. J. 1995. Astronomical problems. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 1:5–6.

Oard, M. J. 1996. More surprising discoveries in the solar system. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 10, no. 2:169–170.

Oard, M. J. 1996. Galaxies near the edge of the universe may be mature. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 10, no. 3:291–292.

Oard, M. J. 1998. Missing antimatter challenges the ‘big bang’ theory. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 3:256.

Oard, M. J. 2000. Problems for ‘giant impact’ origin of moon. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 14, no. 1:6–7.

Oard, M. J. 2002. Another puzzle in the evolutionary story for the origin of the solar system. TJ 16, no. 3:17–18.

Oard, M. J. 2004. The big bang problem of early maturity. TJ 18, no. 1:15–16.

Oard, M. J. 2004. Missing nanodiamonds pose problems for the evolutionary theory of the solar system. TJ 18, no. 3:11.

Oard, M. J. 2005. Kuiper Belt woes for accretion disk models. TJ 19, no. 2:10–11.

Oard, M. J. 2007. Astronomical troubles for the astronomical hypothesis of ice ages. Journal of Creation 21, no. 3:19–23.

Oard, M. J. 2009. How many impact craters should be on earth? Journal of Creation 23, no. 3:61–69.

Oard, M. J. 2009. Venus impacts are not evidence against an astronomical trigger for the Flood. Journal of Creation 23, no. 3:98–102.

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Parks, W. S. 1990. The role of meteorites in a creationist cosmology. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 4:144–146.

Patten, D. W. 1987. Mountains—A tidal (astronomical flyby) phenomenon. Creation Research Society Quarterly 24, no. 2:61–69.

Peet, J. 1990. The decay in the velocity of light: Real or imaginary? Origins 3, no. 9:16–18.

Peterson, E. H. 1982. Creation, why and how? Creation Research Society Quarterly 18, no. 4:223–226.

Peterson, E. H. 1982. The atmosphere of Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 3:188–189.

Prokhovnik, S. J. and W. T. Morris. 1993. A review of speed of light measurements since 1676. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 7, no. 2:181–183.

Reeves, C. 1992. The decay in the velocity of light: A statistical critique of Norman and Setterfield. Origins 4, no. 12:15–19.

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Repp, A. 2003. The nature of redshifts and an argument by Gentry. Creation Research Society Quarterly 39, no. 4:269–274.

Safarti, J. D. 1996. Life from Mars? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 10, no. 3:293–296.

Safarti, J. D. 2012. Neutrinos faster that light?—Will relativity need revising? Journal of Creation 26, no. 1:7–10.

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Samec, R. 2000. The age of the Jovian planets. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 14, no. 1:3–4.

Samec, R. 2004. The sun in time. TJ 18, no. 3:8–9. Samec, R. 2006. No sign of gravitational lensing in the cosmic microwave background. Journal of Creation 20, no. 2:3.

Samec, R. G. 2008. On the origin of the Lunar Maria. Journal of Creation 22, no. 3:101–108.

Samec, R. G. 2008. Is the moon’s orbit “ringing” from an asteroid collision event which triggered the Flood? In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 255–261. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

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Samec, R. and E. Figg. 2012. The apparent age of the time dilated universe I: Gyrochronolgy, angular momentum loss in close solar type binaries. Creation Research Society Quarterly 49, no. 1:5–18.

Schmidt, D. 2004. String theory and the origin of the universe—New idea, old problem. TJ 18, no. 2:13–14.

Schneider, H. 1984. Did the universe start out structured? Creation Research Society Quarterly 21, no. 3:119–123.

Setterfield, B. 1984. C decay and the red-shift. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 1:71–86.

Setterfield, B. 1984. The age of the astronomical universe—a reply. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 1:95–104.

Setterfield, B. 1984. Towards a critical examination of the historical basis of the idea that light has slowed down—a reply. Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 1:118–125.

Setterfield, B. 1989. The atomic constants in light of criticism. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 4:190–197.

Shaver, M. 1990. Young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 27, no. 3:113.

Silvestru, E. 2010. Neutrinos—the not-so-neutral particles. Journal of Creation 24, no. 3:13–14.

Slusher, H. S. 1971. Some astronomical evidences for a youthful solar system. Creation Research Society Quarterly 8, no. 1:55–57.

Slusher, H. S. 1980. Cosmology and Einstein’s postulate of Relativity. Creation Research Society Quarterly 17, no. 2:146–147.

Snelling, A. A. 1995. A catastrophic global event on Venus. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 9, no. 2:144–145.

Snelling, A. A. 1997. Saturn’s rings short-lived and young. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 1:1.

Snelling, A. A. 1997. The planet that never was? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 2:132–133.

Snelling, A. A. 1997. Solar neutrinos—the shortfall still elusive. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 3:253–254.

Snelling, A. A. 1997. Galaxy-quasar ‘connection” defies explanation. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 3:254–255.

Snelling, A. A. 1997. Cosmic snowballs bombard the earth? Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 11, no. 3:255–256.

Snelling, A. A. 1998. Another neutrino deficit still a challenge. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 1:11–12.

Snelling, A. A. 1998. The planet that may be there after all! Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 1:12–13.

Snelling, A. A. 1998. Cosmic snowballs questioned. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 12, no. 1:13–14.

Snelling, A. A. and D. E. Rush. 1993. Moon dust and the age of the solar system. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 7, no. 1:2–42.

Speir, R. 2008. A distant high-energy source and the cosmic microwave background in a creation Day 1 framework. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 275–291. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

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Spencer, W. R. 2001. The existence and origin of extrasolar planets. TJ 15, no. 1:17–25.

Spencer, W. 2003. Rapid planet formation. TJ 17, no. 3:19–21.

Spencer, W. 2007. Migrating planets and migrating theories. Journal of Creation 21, no. 3:12–14.

Spencer, W. 2008. Mars’ catastrophic geology. Journal of Creation 22, no. 2:10–11.

Spencer, W. 2008. Extrasolar planets with organic materials. Journal of Creation 22, no. 2:16.

Spencer, W. R. 2008. Our solar system: Balancing biblical and scientific considerations. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Creationism, ed. R. E. Walsh, pp. 293–306. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Creation Science Fellowship.

Spencer, W. 2009. Ganymede: The surprising magnetic moon. Journal of Creation 23, no. 1:8–9.

Spencer, W. 2010. The search for earth-like planets. Journal of Creation 24, no. 1:72–76.

Spencer, W. 2012. New science on the young sun, and earth migration. Journal of Creation 26, no. 3:5–7.

St. Peter, R. L. 1974. Let’s deflate the big bang hypothesis. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 3:143–155.

Stambaugh, J. 1994. Star formation and Genesis 1. Impact #251.

Starbuck, R. 2006. Pleiades and Orion: Two ancient Hebrew words. Journal of Creation 20, no. 2:100–103.

Steidl, P. M. 1980. Solar neutrinos and a young sun. Creation Research Society Quarterly 17, no. 1:60–64.

Steidl, P. M. 1982. The velocity of light and the age of the Universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 19, no. 2:128–131.

Steidl, P. M. 1987. Comments and creation. Creation Research Society Quarterly 23, no. 2:153–160.

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Steveson, P. A. 1974. Kohoutek, comets and christianity. Creation Research Society Quarterly 11, no. 1:68–71.

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Thomas, B. 2010. Doubts raised about the “Goldilocks” planet. Acts & Facts 39, no. 12:17.

Thompson, J. E. 1976. Comments on the theological necessity of a young universe. Creation Research Society Quarterly 12, no. 4:221–227.

Thompson, W. I. 1976. Catastrophic origins for the asteroids and the rings of Saturn. Creation Research Society Quarterly 13, no. 2:82–86.

Thompson, W. I. 1976. More about greenhouse effect on Venus. Creation Research Society Quarterly 13, no. 2:121.

Thompson, W. I. 1985. Meteor crater has its youth restored (to some extent). Creation Research Society Quarterly 21, no. 4:194.

Tyler, D. J. 1996. The impact of the Copernican revolution on biblical interpretation. Origins 21:2–8.

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Unruh, J. T. 1995. The greater light to rule the day—Ladies and gentlemen—The sun. Impact #263.

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Letters

Aardsma, G. E. 1989. Response to Bowden. Creation Research Society Quarterly 25, no. 4:208–209.

Aardsma, G. E. 1989. Response to Setterfield. Creation Research Society Quarterly 26, no. 1:30.

Aardsma, G. E. 1992. The velocity of light. Creation Ex Nihilo Technical Journal 6, no. 1:90–92.

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Akridge, G. R. 1979. Venusian canopy. Creation Research Society Quarterly 16, no. 3:188–189.

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