Young Earth Creationism

Trouble in Paradise

As of 2004, the US market for creationism was at least $22 million — as measured by adding up donations to and purchases of products and services from ten of the largest creationist groups. Of that amount, Answers in Genesis accounted for 59%, making it clearly the dominant player in US creationism (Lippard 2007). But in October 2005, Answers in Genesis (AiG) suffered a schism.

McLeroy Under Scrutiny

As the final vote on the proposed revision of the Texas state science standards approached, the Austin American-Statesman (2009 Mar 8) offered a profile of the chair of the Texas state board of education, avowed creationist Don McLeroy. Describing his conversion to fundamentalism as a dental student, the profile explained, "He is now a young-earth creationist, meaning that he believes God created earth between 6 000 and 10 000 years ago," quoting him as saying, "When I became a Christian, it was whole-hearted ...

The Anti-Museum

An overview and review of the Answers in Genesis Creation "Museum" by Daniel Phelps President, Kentucky Paleontological Society

Young Earth Creationism

When most people hear the word "creationism," they probably think of the variety called Young Earth Creationism (YEC). Young Earth Creationists adopt a method of Biblical interpretation which requires that the earth be no more than 10,000 years old, and that the six days of creation described in Genesis each lasted for 24 hours. Young Earth Creationists believe that the origin of the earth, the universe, and various forms of life, etc., are all instances of special creation.

Review: Ride to Glory

Reports of the National Center for Science Education
 
Volume: 20
Year: 2000
Issue: 3
Date: May–June
Page(s): 36–37
Reviewer: Skip Evans
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Title: Ride to Glory: The People v. Charles Robert Darwin

Review: Faith, Form, and Time

Reports of the National Center for Science Education
 
Volume: 24
Year: 2004
Issue: 3–4
Date: May-August
Page(s): 34–35
Reviewer: Denis O Lamoureux, University of Alberta
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Title: Faith, Form, and Time

Review: Biology: A Search for Order in Complexity

Creation Evolution Journal

Volume: 1
Year: 1980
Number: 1
Quarter: Summer
Page(s): 38–40
Reviewer: William Thwaites
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Review: Creation's Tiny Mystery

Creation Evolution Journal

Volume: 8
Year: 1988
Number: 2
Quarter: Spring
Page(s): 30–33
Reviewer: Philip Osmon
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