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  • Published continuously since 1964
  • Peer-reviewed by degreed scientists
  • World-wide circulation
  • Scholarly articles representing the major scientific disciplines
  • Fresh perspectives on science and society as impacted by origins
  • Emphasis on scientific evidence supporting: intelligent design, a recent creation, and a catastrophic worldwide flood

Individuals who agree with the Society's "Statement of Belief" are encouraged to join the Creation Research SocietyMembership includes subscriptions to both the CRS Quarterly and the bimonthly publication, Creation Matters. Subscriptions are available for libraries, schools, churches, and otherwise institutions or individuals who do not agree with the Society's Statement of Belief

Selected articles and all abstracts of the CRS Quarterly are available online to guests. Additional articles, a PDF archive of all CRS Quarterly issues since 1964, and all past Creation Matters newsletters are available to members. You can also order recent back-issues of the CRS Quarterly from our online store.

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CRSQ Public Articles

An Investigation into an In Situ Lycopod Forest Site and Structural Anatomy Invalidates the Floating-Forest Hypothesis

Timothy L. Clarey and Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Summer 2016, CRSQ Vol 53 No 2, pp 110-122

Comets, the Kuiper Belt and the Oort Cloud

John G. Hartnett, Summer 2016, CRSQ Vol 53 No 1, pp 5-13

Cells as Information Processors Part I: Formal Software Principles

Royal Truman, Spring 2016, CRSQ Vol 52 No 4, pp 275-308

A Review of the Lynden-Bell/Choloniewski Method for Obtaining Galaxy Luminosity Functions Part I

Jake Hebert and Jason Lisle, Winter 2016, CRSQ Vol 52 No 3, pp 177-188

Carbon-14 in Colorado CO2 Gas Wells

John R. Doughty, Summer 2015, CRSQ Vol 52 No 1, pp 18-21