Being that The Truth web site contains Scientific theories and principles, it would only be proper to give references for the scientific material.
-A History of Modem Creationism, by Henry M. Morris (San Diego: Master Books, scheduled for publication July 1984). -Sir Horace Lamb, Philosophical Transactions, (London) 174, pp. 519-549. -Sidney Chapman, The Earth's Magnetism. Methuen and Co., Ltd., London; -John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, p. 23. -Keith L. McDonald and Robert H. Gunst. "An analysis of the earth's magnetic field from 1835 to 1965," ESSA Technical Report. -IER 46-IES 1. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., p. 15. -Brent G. Dalrymple, "Can the earth be dated from decay of its magnetic field?", Journal of Geological Education, Vol. 31, No. 2, March 1983, pp. 124-132. -Stanley Stanulonis, "The Mechanism Responsible for the Precession of the Geomagnetic Dipole with Evaluation of the Earth's Core's Charge Density and Its Implication," -Master of Science Thesis, University of Texas at El Paso, Physics Department, May 1974. - David Kits, "Paleontology and Evolutionary Theory," -Evolution (vol. 28; September 1974), p. 466. In Mayr's book Systematics and the Origin of Species (1942), as cited by a prominent modern evolutionist, Niles Eldredge, in his book, Time Frames: The Rethinking of Darwinian Evolution and the Theory of Punctuated Equilibria (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1985), p. 33. -Colin Patterson, "Cladistics." -Interview on BBC, March 4, 1982. -Dr. Patterson is the senior paleontologist at the British Museum of Natural History. -Keith S. Thompson, "The Meanings of Evolution," American Scientist (vol. 70, September/October 1982), p. 529. -Steven M. Stanley, Macroevolution: Pattern and Process (San Francisco: W.M. Freeman and Co., 1979), p. 39. -Tom Kemp, "A Fresh Look at the Fossil Record," -New Scientist (Vol. 108; December 5, 1985), p. 67. Dr. Kemp is Curator of the University Museum at Oxford University. -Mark Ridley, "Who Doubts Evolution?" -New Scientist (vol. 90; June 25, 1981), p. 831. Dr. Ridley is Professor of Zoology at Oxford University. -David M. Raup, "Probabilistic Models in Evolutionary Biology" American Scientist (vol. 166. January/February 1977), p. 57. -Stephen Jay Gould, "The Ediacaran Experiment," Natural History (vol. 93; February 1984), p. 23. -Dr. Gould, Professor of Geology at Harvard, is arguably the nation's most prominent modern evolutionist. -Niles Eldredge, op. cit., p. 52. -Tom Kemp, op. cit., p. 66. Sydney Harris, "Second Law of Thermodynamics." This nationally syndicated column appeared in the San Francisco Examiner on January 27, 1984. -Arnold Sommerfeld, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (New York: Academic Press, 1956), p. 155. John Ross, Letter-to-the-Editor, Chemical and Engineering News (July 7, 1980), p. 40. Ross is at Harvard University. Sir Gavin de Beer, Homology, an Unsolved Problem (London: Oxford University Press, 1971), p. 15. Sir Gavin is a leading European evolutionist. Michael Denton, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis (London: Burnett Books, 1985), p. 289. Denton is a research microbiologist in Australia. Stephen Jay Gould, "Dr. Down's Syndrome," Natural History (April 1980), p. 144.-S.R. Scadding, "Do `Vestigial Organs' Provide Evidence for Evolution?" Evolutionary Theory (vol. 5, May 1981), p. 173.-See the main ICR books with such documentation (Creation and the Modern Christian , Evolution in Turmoil, Scientific Creationism, etc.). Write for free descriptive book list.-As cited by Jeremy Cherfas in "The Difficulties of Darwinism," New Scientist (vol. 102; May 17, 1984), p. 29.-As reported in an interview by Tom Bethell, "Agnostic Evolutionists," Harper's (February 1985), p. 61.-D.J. Futuyma, Science on Trial (New York: Pantheon Books, 1983), p. 197.CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS AND RESEARCH MINISTRYContact CARM by email or at www.carm.org Copyright by Matthew J. Slick, 1998. Jack Van Impe Ministries