Early Creationist Journals
Originally published in 1995, Early Creationist Journals is the ninth volume in the Creationism in Twentieth-Century America series, reissued in 2021. The book is a concise primary source collection containing a selection of journal articles from the early twentieth century outlining discoveries in biology, geology, physiology and archaeology and their relation to Christianity. The aim of the journals was to provide a platform for creationists of the 1920s to voice their theories on new science and how more recent discoveries fit within creationist beliefs, including flood theory. These interesting and unique journals will be of interest to academics working in the field of religion and natural history and provide a unique snapshot into the debates between evolutionists and Christianity during a period of great scientific change.
Table of Contents
1. The Creationist (1937-8)
2. The Bulletin of Deluge Geology and Related Sciences (1941-2)
3. The Bulletin of Creation, the Deluge and Related Science (1943-5)
4. The Forum for the Correlation of Science and the Bible.
Ronald L. Numbers