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Issue 38 (Summer 1996)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXVIII
Number: 
1
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Year: 
1996
Quarter: 
Summer

Issue 37 (Winter 1995)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXVII
Number: 
2
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Year: 
1995
Quarter: 
Winter

Issue 36 (Summer 1995)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXVI
Number: 
1
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Year: 
1995
Quarter: 
Summer

Issue 35 (Winter 1994)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXV
Number: 
2
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Year: 
1994
Quarter: 
Winter

Issue 34 (Summer 1994)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXIV
Number: 
1
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Year: 
1994
Quarter: 
Summer

Issue 32 (Summer 1993)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXXOO
Number: 
1
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Year: 
1993
Quarter: 
Summer

Issue 29 (Winter 1991—1992)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXIX
Number: 
2
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Year: 
1992
Quarter: 
Winter–Spring

Issue 28 (Winter 1990—1991)

Title: 
Creation/Evolution XXVIII
Number: 
1
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Year: 
1991
Quarter: 
Winter–Spring

Announcing a Possible New Debate: The Second Law of Thermodynamics

Title: 
Announcing a Possible New Debate: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Number: 
1

On June 27, 1989, a public debate took place in Vienna, Virginia, between Dr. Edward E. Max and Dr. Duane T. Gish. During this exchange, Max expressed the view that Gish's argument on the second law of thermodynamics is pseudoscientific because it has been consistently stated vaguely (without defining boundaries or specifying the numerical basis for anything). Max then challenged Gish to, in a reasonable period of time, come up with a specific scientific analysis suitable for evaluation by trained experts in thermodynamics.

Year: 
1990
Quarter: 
Summer
Page(s): 
53–55
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