Evolution Encyclopedia Vol. 3

Chapter 41: RESOURCES 

A majority of the worthwhile material published since 1950, which defends creationism and discusses the flaws in evolutionary theory, will be found in this bibliography.


Special Pioneering Works prior to 1945

The following are creationist classics in the field and, although all but the fourth have been out-of-print for years, copies are occasionally obtainable through reprints. See chapter 29 for more information about the first four; chapter 35 about the fifth.

Agassiz, Louis. Methods of Study in Natural History (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1873).

Paley, William. Natural Theology; or, Evidence of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity Collected from the Appearances of Nature ([1st ed.] London: R. Faulder, 1802; [2nd ad.] Oxford: J. Vincent, 2nd ed. 1828; [American reprint] Houston: St. Thomas Press. [Palsy's book was a classic presentation of the argument by design].

Price, George McCready. Evolutionary Geology and the New Catastrophism (Mountain View, CA: Pacific Press, 1926).

Whitcomb, John C. and Henry M. Morris, Genesis Flood (Phillipsburg, N.J.: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1961).

Courville, Donovan A. The Exodus Problem and Its Ramifications 2 Vol. (Loma Linda, CA: Challenge Books, 1971).


Scientific Aspects of Creationism

Here are 101 of the best creationist books from recent decades. It would be well to place such books in school, church, and home libraries. Most of the following books may still be in print.

Ackerman, Paul D. It's A Young World After All: Exciting Evidences for a Recent Creation (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1986).

Acworth, Bernard. Darwin and Natural Selection (London: Evolution Protest Publ. 1960).

Anderson, J. Kerby and Harold G. Coffin, Fossils in Focus (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1980), 96 pp.

Andrews, E.H. God, Science and Evolution (Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England: Evangelical Press, 1980), 129 pp.

Arndts, Russell and William Overn. Isochron Dating and the Mixing Model (Minneapolis: Bible-Science Assoc., 1983), 38 pp.

Austin, Steven A. Catastrophes in Earth History (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1984), 318 pp.

Aw. S.E. Chemical Evolution: An Examination of Current Ideas (San Diego: Creation-Life 1982), 206 pp.

Barnes, Thomas G. Origin and Destiny of the Earth's Magnetic Field (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1983), 132 pp.

Barnes, Thomas G. Physics of the Future (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1983), 208 pp.

Bird, Wendel R. Origin of the Species Revisited-Vol. 1 (New York: Philosophical Library, 1989) 551 pp.

Bird, Wendel R. Origin of the Species Revisited-Vol. 2 (New York: Philosophical Library, 1989) 563 pp.

Bowden, Malcolm. Ape-Men: Fact or Fallacy (Bromley, Kent, England: Sovereign Publications, 1977), 258 pp.

Camp, Robert S. (Ed.), Critical Look at Evolution (Atlanta: Religion, Science and Communication Research and Development Corp., 1972), 212 pp.

Clark, Harold W. Fossils, Flood and Fire (Escondido, CA: Outdoor Pictures, 1968), 239 pp.

Clark, Harold W. Genesis and Science (Nashville: Southern Publ. Assoc., 1967), 128 pp.

Clark, Harold W. New Creationism (Nashville: Southern Publ. Assoc., 1980), 128 pp.

Clark, Marlyn E. Our Amazing Circulatory System (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1976), 64 pp.

Clark, Robert E.D. Darwin: Before and After (Chicago: Moody Press, 1967), 192 pp.

Coffin, Harold G. Creation: Accident or Design? (Washington: Review and Herald, 1969), 512 pp.

Coffin, Harold G. Origin by Design (Washington: Review and Herald, 1983), 494 pp.

Cohen, LL. Darwin was Wrong (Greenville, NY: New Research Publ., 1984)

Cook, Melvin A. Prehistory and Earth Models (London: Max Parrish Co., 1966). 353 pp.

Coppedge, James. Evolution: Possible or Impossible? (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1973), 276 pp.

Cousins, Frank W. Fossil Man (Hants, England: Evolution Protest Movement, 1971), 138 pp.

Daly, Reginald. Earth's Most Challenging Mysteries (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1972), 403 pp.

Davidheiser, Bolton. Evolution and Christian Faith (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1969), 372 pp.

Dewar, Douglas. Transformist Illusion (Murfreesboro, TN: DeHoff Publ., 1955), 306 pp.

DeYoung, Donald B. Astronomy and the Bible (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1989), 146 pp.

Dillow, Joseph C. The Waters Above (Chicago: Moody, 1981), 479 pp.

Enoch, H. Evolution or Creation (Madras, Union of Evangelical Students of India, 1966), 172 pp.

Frair, Wayne and Wm. P. Davis, Case for Creation (Chicago: Moody Press, 1983), 155 pp.

Gentry, Robert. Knoxville, TN: Earth Science Associates, 1988), 348 pp.

Gish, Duane T. Evolution: The Challenge of the Fossil Record (San Diego: Creation-Life Publ., 1985), 278 pp.

Gish, Duane T. Evolution: The Fossils Say No! (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1979),198 pp.

Gish, Duane T. Speculations and Experiments on the Origin of Life (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1972).

Gish, Duane T. and Donald Rohrer. Up With Creation (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1978), 341 pp.

Gish, Duane T. and Henry M. Morris. Battle for Creation (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1976), 321 pp.

Hedtke, Randall. Secret of the Sixth Edition (New York: Vantage, 1983), 136 pp.

Howe, George (Ed.). Speak to the Earth (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1975), 463 pp.

Huse, Scott M. Collapse of Evolution (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1982), 172 pp.

Kautz, Darrel. Origin of Living Things (Milwaukee: Author, 1988).

Klotz, John W. Genes, Genesis and Evolution (St. Louis: Concordia, 1970), 544 pp.

Kofahl, Robert E. Handy Dandy Evolution Refuter (San Diego: Beta Books, 1980)

Kofahl, Robert E. and Kelly L. Segraves. Creation Explanation: A Scientific Alternative to Evolution (Wheaton: Harold Shaw, 1975).

Klotz, John W. Studies in Creationism (St. Louis: Concordia, 1985).

Lammerts, W.E. (Ed.), Scientific Sixties in Special Creation (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1971), 343 pp.

Lammerts, W.E. (Ed.), Why Not Creation? (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1970), 388 pp.

Lester, Lane P. Cloning.- Miracle or Menace? (Wheatort, IL: Tyndale, 1980), 156 pp.

Lester, Lane P. and Raymond G. Bohlin. Natural Limits to Biological Change (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984), 207 pp.

Lubenow, Marvin. From Fish to Gish (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1983), 304 pp.

Mandock, R.L.N. Scale Time Versus Geological Time in Radioisotope Age Determination (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1983), 160 pp.

Marsh, Frank L. Lie, Man and Time (Escondido, CA: Outdoor Pictures, 1967), 238-PP~

Marsh; Frank L. Variation and Fixity in Nature (Mountain View. CA: Pacific Press, 1976), 150 pp.

McCann, Lanier J. Blowing the Whistle on Darwinism (St. Paul, MN: College of St. Thomas, 1986), 124 pp.

Moors, John N. How to Teach Origins without ACLU Interference (Milford, MI: Mott Media, 1983), 382 pp.

Moors. John N. Questions and Answers on Creation and Evolution (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1976), 110 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Evolution in Turmoil (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1982) 190 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Long War Against God (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1989) 344 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Scientific Case for Creation (San Diego: Creation- Life. 1977), 87 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Troubled Waters of Evolution (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1974), 217 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Twilight of Evolution (Grand Rapids: Baker. 1964), 103 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Wm. W. Boardman, and Robert F. Koontz. Science and Creation (San Diego: Creation-Science Research Center, 1971), 98 pp.

 Morris, Henry M. and Gary E. Parker. What is Creation Science? (San Diego: Creation-Lie, 1982), 306 pp.

Morris, Henry M. and Donald Rohrer. Creation: The Cutting Edge (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1982), 2401 pp.

Morris, Henry M. and Donald Rohrer. Decade of Creation (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1980), 316 pp.

Morris, Henry M. and John C. Whitcomb. Genesis Flood (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1961), 518 pp.

Morris, Henry M., et al. Symposium on Creation (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1968), 156 pp.

Morris, John D. Tracking Those Incredible Dinosaurs, and the People Who Knew Them (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1980), 240 pp.

Mulfinger, George (Ed.). Design and Origins in Astronomy (Norcross, GA: CRS Books, 1984),150 pp.

Parker, Gary E. Creation: Facts of Life (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1980, 163 pp.

Patters, Donald W. (Ed.), Symposium on Creation II (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1970), 151 pp.

Patters, Donald W. (Ed.), Symposium on Creation III (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1971, 150 pp.

Patters. Donald W. (Ed.). Symposium on Creation IV (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1972), 159 pp.

Patters, Donald W., (Ed.). Symposium on Creation V (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1975). 135 pp.

Peth, Howard. Blind Faith: Evolution Exposed (Fredrick, MD: Amazing Facts, 1990), 188 pp.

Pitman, Michael. Adam and Evolution (Hutchinson, 1984), 268 pp.

Read, John G. Fossils, Strata and Evolution (Culver City. CA: Scientific Technological Presentations, 1979). 64 pp.

Shute, Evan. Flaws in the Theory of Evolution (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1966), 286 pp.

Siegler, H.R. Evolution or Degeneration-Which? (Milwaukee: Northwestern Publ. House, 1972), 128 pp.

Slusher, Harold S. Age of the Cosmos (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1980), 76 pp.

Slusher, Harold S. Critique of Radiometric Dating (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1981), 58 pp.

Slusher, Harold S. Origin of the Universe (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1980), 90 pp. 259

Slusher, Harold S. and Thomas Gamwell. Age of the Earth (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1978). 77 pp.

Slusher, Harold S. and Stephen Robertson. Age of the Solar System (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1982), 131 pp.

Sunderland, Luther D. Darwin's Enigma (Santee, CA: Master Book Publ., 1988), 180 pp.

Taylor, Ian T. In the Minds of Men: Darwin and the New World Order (Toronto: TFE Publ., t 984), 498 pp.

Thaxton, Charles B. Walter L. Bradley and Roger L. Olsen, Mystery of Life's Origins (New York: Philosophical Library, 1984), 228 pp.

Tinkle, William J. Heredity (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1970), 182 pp.

Utt, Richard H. (Ed.). Creation: Nature's Designs and Designer (Mountain View CA: Pacific Press, 1971), 182 pp.

Van Dolson, Leo R. (Ed.). Our Real Roots (Washington: Review and Herald, 1979), 189 pp.

Von Fange, Erich, A. Time Upside Down (Ann Arbor, MI: Author, 1981), 41 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. and Donald B. DeYoung. The Moon: Its Creation, Form and Significance (Winona Lake, IN: BMH Books, 1978), 180 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. The Early Earth (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1986), 174 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. World that Perished (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1988), 178 pp.

White, A.J. Monty. What About Origins? (Devon, England: Dunestone, 1978), 170 pp.

Wilder-Smith, A. E. Man's Origin, Man's Destiny (Wheaton, IL: Harold Shaw Co., 1968), 320 pp.

Wilder-Smith A.E. Creation of Life (Wheaton, IL: Harold Shaw Co., 1970), 269 pp.

Wilder-Smith, A. E. Natural Sciences Know Nothing of Evolution (San Diego: Master Books, 1981), 166 pp.

Williams, Emmett L, (Ed.). Thermodynamics and the Development of Order (Atlanta: Creation Research SOC. Books, 1981), 141 pp.

Wilson, Clifford D. Monkeys Will Never Talk-Or Will They? (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1978), 183 pp.

Wysong, Randy L. Creation-Evolution Controversy (East Lansing, MI: Inquiry, 1976), 455 pp.

Zimmerman, Paul A., (Ed.). Darwin, Evolution and Creation (St. Louis: Concordia Publ. House, 1959), 231 pp.


Evolutionary Critiques of Darwinian Theory

The following 37 books, written by evolutionists, include well-written refutations of various aspects of evolutionary theory.

Agar, Derek. Nature of the Stratigraphical Record (New York: John Wiley, 1981). 122 pp.

Barzun, Jacques. Darwin, Marx, Wagner (New York: Doubleday, 1958), 373 pp.

Berggren, WA. and John A. Van Couvering (Eds.). Catastrophes and Earth History (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984), 464 pp.

Blum, Harold F. Time's Arrow and Evolution (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1968), 232 pp.

Campbell, Jeremy. Grammatical Man (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1982), 319 pp.

Clubs, V. and B. Napier. Cosmic Serpent (London: Faber, 1982), 299 pp.

Corliss, William R. Ancient Man: A Handbook of Puzzling Artifacts (Glen Arm, MD: Sourcebook Project, 1978), 786 pp.

Corliss, William R. Incredible Life: A Handbook of Biological Mysteries (Glen Arm, MD: Sourcebook Project, 1981), 1018 pp.

Corliss, William R. Stars, Galaxies, Cosmos: a Catalog of Astronomical Anomalies (Glen Arm, MD: Sourcebook Project, 1987), 246 pp.

Corliss, William R. Unknown Earth: A Handbook of Geological Enigmas (Glen Arm, MD: Sourcebook Project, 1980), 833 pp.

DeBeer, Sir Gavin R. Homology, an Unsolved Problem (London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1971). de Grazia; -Alfred, Chaos and Creation (Princeton, NJ: Metron, 1981), 336 pp.

Fix, William R. Bone Peddlers (NY: Macmillan, 1984), 337 pp.

Goodman, Jeffrey. Genesis Mystery (New York: Times Books, 1983), 304 pp.

Grasse, Pierre P., Evolution of Living Organisms (New York: Academic Press, 1977), 297 pp.

Greens, John C. Science, Ideology and World View (Berkeley, Univ. of California Press, 1981), 202 pp.

Gribbin, John and Jeremy Chertas. Monkey Puzzle (New York: Pantheon Books, 1982).

Holier, John S. Outcasts from Evolution (Urbana: Univ. of Illinois. 1971), 228 pp.

Heribert-Nilsson, N. Synthetische Artbildung [English translated summary] (Victoria, B.C.: Evolution Protest Movement, 1973).

Himmelfarb, Gertrude. Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution (London: Chatto and Windus, 1959), 422 pp.

Hitching, Francis. Neck of the Giraffe (New York: Tichnor and Fields. 1982), 288 pp.

Ho, M.W. and P.T. Sounders. Beyond Neo-Darwinism (New York: Academic Press, 1984).

Hoyle, Sir Fred. Intelligent Universe (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1984), 256 pp.

Hoyle, Sir Fred and Chandra Wickramasinghe. Evolution in Space (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1982).

Keith, Arthur. Evolution and Ethics (New York: Putnam, 1847), 239 pp.

Kerkut, G.A. Implications of Evolution (London: Pergamon Press, 1860), 174 pp.

Macbeth, Norman. Darwin Retried (Boston: Gambit, Inc., 1971), 172 pp.

Mackal, Roy. Searching for Hidden Animals (New York: Doubleday, 19so), 294 pp.

Matthews, L. Harrison. Introduction to "Origin of Species" (London: J.M. Dent 8 Sons, Ltd., 1971).

Moorhead, P.S. and M.M. Kaplan (Eds.). Mathematical Challenges to the Neo-Darwinian Interpretation of Evolution (Philadelphia: Wistar Institute Press, 1967), 140 pp.

Nelson, Gareth and Norman Platnick. Systematics and Biogeography (New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1981), 567 pp.

Rifkin, Jeremy. Algeny (New York: Viking Prey, 1983), 305 pp.

Rifkin, Jeremy. Entropy: A New World View (New York: Viking Press, 1980), 305 pp.

Salet, G. Hasard et Certitude (Paris: Tequi-Diffusion, 1972), 456 pp.

Taylor, Gordon Rattray. Great Evolution Mystery (London: Sacker and Warburg, 1983), 277 pp.

Thompson, Adell. Biology, Zoology and Genetics (Washington: Univ. Press of America, 1983),134 PP.

Velikovsky, Immanuel. Earth in Upheaval (New York: Deu, 1955), 288 pp.

Watson, Lyall. Supermature (London: Hodder and Stoughton, (1973).

Zirkle, Conway. Evolution, Marxian Biology, and the Social Scene (Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1959), 527 pp.


Biblical Principles vs. Evolution

The following 45 books deal more with Biblical defenses as opposed to evolutionary theory, as well as historical aspects of the development of evolutionary thought.

Acworth, O. Richard. Creation, Evolution, and the Christian Faith (London: Evangel Press, 1969).

Bowden, Malcolm. Rise of the Evolution Fraud (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1982), 227 pp.

Camping, Harold. Adam When? (Alameda, CA: Frontiers for Christ, 1974), 297 pp.

Chittick, Donald E. The Controversy: Roots of the Creation-Evolution Conflict (Portland, OR: Multnomah Press, 1984), 280 pp.

Clark, Harold W. Battle Over Genesis (Washington: Review and Herald, 1977), 239 pp.

Clark, R.T. and James D. Bales. Why Scientists Accept Evolution (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1966), 113 pp.

Coder, S. Maxwell and George F. Howe. Bible, Science and Creation (Chicago: Moody Press, 1965), 128 pp.

Culp, G. Richard. Remember Thy Creator (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1975), 207 pp.

Custance, Arthur C. Evolution or Creation? (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1976), 329 pp.

Custance, Arthur C. Genesis and Early Man (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1975), 331 pp.

Custance, Arthur C. Noah's Three Sons (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 197, 368 pp.

Fields, Weston. Unformed and Unfilled (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1976), 245 pp.

Geisler, Norman. r in the Courtroom (Milford, MI: Mon Media, 1982), 242 pp.

Hall, Marshall and Sandra Hall. The Truth: God or Evolution? (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1974),184 pp.

Kang, C.H. and Ethel R. Nelson. Discovery of Genesis (St. Louis: Concordia, 1979), 139 pp.

Keith, Bill. Scopes II: Great Debate (Lambertville, NJ: Huntington, 1982), 193 pp.

Morris, Horny M. Biblical Cosmology and Modem Science (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1970),146 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Evolution and the Modern Christian (Philadelphia: Presbyterian and Reformed Publ., 1967), 72 pp.

Morris, Henry M. History of Modern Creationism (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1984), 382 pp.

Morris, Henry M. King of Creation (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1980), 239 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Many Infallible Proofs (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1974), 386 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Men of Science-Men of God (San Diego: Creation-Life, 1982), 128 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Beginning of the World (Denver, Accent Books, 1977), 160 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Bible and Modern Science (Chicago: Molly Press, 1968), 128 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Biblical Basis for Modern Science (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1984), 516 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Genesis Record (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1976), 716 pp.

Morris, Henry M. Remarkable Birth of Planet Earth (San Diego: Institute for Creation Research, 1972),114 PP.

Morton, Jean. Science in the Bible (Chicago: Moody Press, 1978), 272 pp.

Muffinger, George and Donald E. Snyder. Earth Science for Christian Schools (Greenville, SC: Bob Jones Univ. Press, 1979), 469 pp.

Nelson, Byron C. Deluge Story in Stone (Minneapolis: Bethany Fellowship, 1968), 204 pp.

Newton, Brian. Monsters and Man (Devon, England: Durrestone, 1979), 133 pp

Patten, Donald W. Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch (Seattle: Pacific Meridian, 1966), 336 pp.

Pinkston, William S, Jr. Biology for Christian Schools (Greenville, SC: Bob Jones Univ. Press, 1980), 741 pp.

Rehwinkel, Alfred A. The Flood (St. Louis: Concordia, 1951), 372 pp.

Rendle-Short, John. Man: Ape or Image (Sunnybank, Queensland, Australia: Creation-Science Assoc., 1981), 195 pp.

Richardson, Don. Eternity in Their Hearts (Ventura, CA: Regal, 1981), 176 pp.

Rushdoony, Rousas J. Mythology of Science (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1967), 134 pp.

Steidl, Paul B. The Earth, the Stars and the Bible (Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1979), 250 pp.

Taylor, Charles V. Oldest Science Book in the World (Slacks Creek, OLD, Australia: Assembly Press, 1984), 140 pp.

Thompson, Bert. Theistic Evolution (Shreveport: Lambent, 1977), 235 pp.

Tinkle, William J. God's Method in Creation (Nutley. NJ: Craig Press, 1973), 93 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. Bible and Astronomy (Winona Lake, IN: BMH Books, 1984), 32 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. Early Earth (Nutley, NJ: Craig Press, 1972), 144 pp.

Whitcomb, John C. World That Perished (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1973), 155 pp.

Williams, Emmett L. and George Mullinger. Physical Science for Christian Schools (Greenville, SC: Bob Jones Univ. Prose, 1974), 628 pp.


Statements in Scientific Journals

Unusual admissions have been made in print. Here are 100 interesting articles.

Adler, Jerry, and John Carey. "Is Man a Subtle Accident?" Newsweek, November 3, 1980.

Agar, Derek V. "Fossil Frustrations," New Scientist, November 10, 1983.

Agar, Derek V. "The Nature of the Fossil Record," Proceedings of the Geological Association 87(2):131159, 1976.

Alexander, George. "Alternate Theory of Evolution Considered." Los Angeles Times, November 19, 1978.

Alfven, Hannes, and Asoka Mendis. "Interpretation of Observed Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation," Nature, Vol. 266, April 21,1977, p. 698.

Asimov, Isaac and Duane Gish. "The Genesis War," Science Digest, October 1981.

Asimov, Isaac. "Can Decreasing Entropy Exist in the Universe?" Science Digest, May 1973, p. 76.

Attenborough, David. "Life on Earth." Collies: BBC, 1979.

"Bone Bonanza: Earlybird and Mastodon." Science News, Vol. 112, September 24, 1977.

Ayala, Francisco. "The Mechanisms of Evolution," Scientific American, September 1978.

Brady, Ronald H. "Dogma and Doubt " Biological Journal of the ' Linnean Society, Vol. 17, No. 1, February 1982.

Brady, Ronald H. "Natural Selection and the Criteria by Which a Theory Is Judged." Systematic Zoology, Vol. 28, December 1979. Clark,

Chertas, Jeremy. "Leakey Changes His Mind About Man's Age," New Scientist, 1982.

Chertas, Jeremy. "The Difficulties of Darwinism," New Scientist, Vol. 102, May 17, 1984.

Clemmey, Harry, and Nick Badham. "Oxygen in the Precambrian Atmosphere: An Evaluation of the Geological Evidence." Geology, March 1982.

Cloud, Preston. "Pseudofossils: A Plea for Caution." Geology, Vol. 1, No. 3, November 1973.

Cloud, Preston, and Martin Glaessner. "The Ediacarian Period and System: Metazoa Inherit the Earth." Science, Vol. 217, No. 4562, August 27,1982.

"Cosmological Anomaly: A Trip You Can't Miss," Science News, Vol. 116, December 22/29,1979.

Davy, John. "Once Upon a Time," Observer-Review, London, August 16, 1981.

Dickerson, Richard E. "Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life," Scientific American, September 1978.

Dingle, Herbert. "Science and Modern Cosmology," Science, Vol. 120, October 1, 1954.

Driscoll, E. "Dating of Moon Samples: Pitfalls and Paradoxes," Science News, 101:12, 1972.

Eigen, Manfred, William Gardner, Peter Schuster, and Ruthild Winkler-Oswatitsch. "The Origin of Generic Information. " Scientific American Vol. 244, April 1981.

Eldredge, Niles. "Evolution," 20/20 Program, ABC Television, Sylvia Chase Interview, February 14, 1981.

Eldredge, Niles and Stephen Jay Gould. "Punctuated Equilibria: The Tempo and Mode of Evolution Reconsidered." Paleobiology, Vol. 3, Spring 1977.

Eldredge, Niles. Quoted in George Alexander, "Alternate Theory of Evolution Considered: Lack of Fossil `Missing Link'

Evidence Causes Change in Thought," Los Angeles Times, November 19, 1978.

Encyclopedia Britannica. "Haeckel." 5th Edition, Vol. I.

Encyclopedia Britannica. "Life on Earth." Vol.10,1974.

Fox, J., "DNA Replication: More Complicated than Ever," Chemical Engineering News, June 19, 1978.

Gale, George. "The Anthropic Principle," Scientific American, December 1981.

Gartner, Stefan, and James P. McGuirk. "Terminal Cretaceous Extinction: Scenario for a Catastrophe," Silence, December 14, 1979.

George, T.N. "Evolution in Action," Science Progress. V. 48, 1960.

Gliedman, John. "Miracle Mutations," Science Digest, February 1982.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "An Early Start," Natural History, Vol. 87, February 1978.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Darwinism and the Expansion of Evolution Theory," Science, Vol. 216, 23, April 1982.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Evolutionary Theory and the Rise of American Paleontology," Syracuse University Geology Contribution 3, 1974.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Evolution as Fact and Theory," Discover, May 1981.

Gourd, Stephen Jay. "Evolution's Erratic Page," Natural History, Vol. 86, No. 5, April-May 1977.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Hopeful Monsters," Natural History, October 1980.

Gould, Stephen Jay. Lecture at Hobart and William Smith College, "Is a New and General Theory of Evolution Emerging?" February 14, 1980.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Piltdown Revisited," Natural History, 88:86, 1979.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Quaggas, Coiled Oysters, and Flimsy Facts," Natural History, September 1981.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "Species are Not Specious," in New Scientist, August 2, 1979.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "The Ediacaran Experiment." Natural History, Vol. 93, No. 2, February 1984.

Gould, Stephen Jay. "The Return of Hopeful Monsters." Natural History, Vol. 86, No. 6, June-July 1977.

Grew, Frank A. "On the Second Law of Thermodynamics," American Laboratory, October 1982.

Gribbin, John. "Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia-and Life." New Scientist, Vol. 94, No. 1305, May 13, 1982.

Ivanhoe, F. "Was Virchow Right about Neanderthal?" Nature, 227:577, 1870.

Halstead, Beverly. "Popper: Good Philosophy, Bad Science?" New Scientist, Vol. 87, No. 1210, July 17, 1980.

Harris, C. Leon. "An Axiomatic Interpretation of the NeoDarwinian Theory of Evolution," Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Winter, 1975.

Harris, Sydney. "Second Law of Thermodynamics," San Francisco Examiner, January 27, 1984.

Henbest, Nigel. " 'Oldest Cells' are Only Weathered Crystals." New Scientist, Vol. 92, No. 1275, October 15, 1981.

Henig, Robin M. "Evolution Called a `Religion;' Creationism Defended as a 'Science.' " BioScience, September 1979.

Hilts, Philip. "Science Loses One to Creationism," Washington Post, October 15, 1981.

Hoyle, Fred. "The Big Bang in Astronomy." New Scientist, Vol. 92, No. 1280, November 19, 1981.

"Hoyle on Evolution." Nature, Vol. 294, November 12, 1981.

Hoyle, Fred, and Chandra Wickramasinghe. quoted in "There Must be a God," London Daily Express, August 14, 1981.

Kemp, Tom. "A Fresh Look at the Fossil Record, " New Scientist, December 5, 1985.

Kemp, Tom. "The Reptiles that Became Mammals." New Scientist, Vol. 92, 4 March 1982.

Kern, Edward and Donna Haupt. "Battle of the Bones," Life, January 1982.

Kitts, David B. "Paleontology and Evolutionary Theory," September 1974.

Lazar, David. "The Arrow of Time," Scientific American, December 1975.

Lee, Robert E. "Radiocarbon: Ages in Error, " Anthropological Journal of Canada, Vol. 19, No. 3, 1981.

Levine, J. "New Ideas about the Early Atmosphere," NASA Special Report No. 225, August 11,1983.

Lewin, Roger. "Bones of Mammals' Ancestors Fleshed Out." Science, Vol. 212, 26 June 1981.

Lewin, Roger. "How Did Humans Evolve Big Brains?" Science 216:840-841, 1982.

Lewin, Roger. "How Did Vertebrates Take to the Air?" Science, Vol. 221, No. 4605, July 1, 1983.

Lewin, Roger. "Evolutionary Theory Under Fire," Science, November 21, 1980.

Lipson, H.S. "A Physicist Looks at Evolution," Physics Bulletin, May 1980.

Lombard, R. Eric. "Review of Evolutionary Principles of the Mammalian Middle Ear." Evolution, Vol. 33, No. 4, 1980.

Macbeth, Norman. "Darwinism: A Time for Funerals-An Interview with Norman Macbeth." Towards, Fair Oaks, CA, Vol. 2, Spring 1982.

Maddox, John. "Extinctions by Catastrophe?" Nature, Vol. 308, April 19, 1984.

Monitor, M. "Smaller Planets began with Oxidized Atmospheres." New Scientist, Vol. 87, No. 1209, July 10, 1980.

Marsden, George M. "Creation vs. Evolution: No Middle Way," Nature, October 13, 1983.

Morris, Simon Conway, and H. B. Whittington. "The Animals of the Burgess Shale." Scientific American, Vol. 241, No. 1, July 1979.

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Bibliographies, Quotations, Interviews

Here are additional special collections of creationist and anti-evolutionist materials. The creationist periodicals will be especially valued; some of which are listed below and more in the next section. You may wish to obtain a few sample copies and then, If the content is what you are looking for, either subscribe and/or obtain back issues.

1 - Back issues of the Creation Research Society Quarterlies are available going back into the mid-1960s. You would need to contact them for further information: Creation Research Society, P.O. Box 14016, Terra Haute, IN 47803.

2 - Institute for Creation Research is continually publishing new books, as well as small booklets, leaflets, etc. Their address is: Institute for Creation Research, 10946 Woodside Ave, N., Santee, CA 92071.

3 - Tom McIver, who happens not to be a creationist, compiled a fairly exhaustive annotated bibliography which was published in 1988. It includes books by creationists and also by evolutionists critiquing aspects of evolutionary theory. Tom McIver, Anti-Evolution: An Annotated Bibliography (1988), 385 pp. McFarland and Co., Box 811, Jefferson, NC 28640.

4 - In 1989 a new resource book was released: Creationist Research: 1964-1988, by Duane T. Gish. Copies are available from Creation Research Society or from Institute for Creation Research.

5 - An unusual collection of scientific oddities has been compiled in 15 or more books by William R. Corliss, apparently also a non-creationist. Some of the material has bearing on creationistic issues. He also sells books compiled by others on scientific anomalies, curiosities, and enigmas. For a catalogue, write to William R. Corliss, Sourcebook Project, Box 107, Glen Arm, MD

6 - John Moore has prepared another worthwhile resource:

"An accumulative computerized bibliographic compilation is available for one dollar upon request to Dr. [John R.] Moore. These materials were gathered while using six research grants from Michigan State University over twelve years under the title, `Library Search for Representative Statements by Scientists on Organic Evolution, Natural Selection, and Related Topics since 1959.' " --John N. Moors,

"Impact of Evolution on the Humanities and Science," in Up with Creation (1978), p. 331 [quoted from CRI pamphlet, Acts and Facts, October 1977; Dr. Moors may be contacted by writing to Creation Research Institute at the address given a few paragraphs ago].

7 - Yet another unusual resource is available from the New York State Department of Education:

"In December of 1978, the New York State Board of Regents directed the New York Education Department to do a detailed study of how theories on origins should be treated in a revised version of the state's Regent Biology Syllabus. As part of their study, they invited the author to supply pertinent scientific information to the Bureau of Science Education which was conducting the study.

"During the next year, the author conducted taped interviews with officials in five natural history museums containing some of the largest fossil collections in the world. The interviews were with Dr. Colin Patterson in London; Dr. Niles Eldredge in New York City; Dr. David M. Raup in Chicago; Dr. David Pilbeam in Boston; and Dr. Donald Fisher, state paleontologist at the New York State Natural History Museum. Written transcripts of the interview were given to the New York State Education Department for use in their study on origins . .

"This book presents the substance of these interviews through the use of short excerpts and summaries of the replies to the questions. Anyone, however, can gain access to the original typed verbatim interview transcripts which were prepared for the New York State Education Department by going to any public library in the United States and asking for the ERIC Document Reproduction Service microfiche ED 228-056, Darwin's Enigma: The Fossil Record "-Luther D. Sunderland, Darwin's Enigma (1988), p. 11.


Magazines, Newsheets, and Newspapers

Here are most of the leading creationist journals and newsletters.

Acts and Facts - San Diego, Institute for Creation Research, published monthly.

Bible-Science Newsletter - Minneapolis, Minn., Bible-Science Association, published monthly.

Creation - Middlesex, England, Creation Science Movement, published semiannually.

Creation Research Society Quarterly- Ann Arbor, Michigan, Creation Research Society, published quarterly.

Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly - Wichita, Kansas, Creation Social Science and Humanities Society, published quarterly.

Ex Nihilo - Sunnybank, Queensland, Australia, Creation Science Foundation, published quarterly.

Origins - Loma Linda, California, Geoscience Research Institute, published semi-annually.

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