Creation Websites & Journals

International Conference on Creationism: “The mission of the ICC is to promote the development and dissemination of positive contributions to a young earth creationist model of origins and models of earth history that recognize the reality of the global Flood described in Genesis.” 

Answers Research Journal: “ARJ is a professional, peer-reviewed technical journal for the publication of interdisciplinary scientific and other relevant research from the perspective of the recent Creation and the global Flood within a biblical framework.”

Institute for Creation Research: “ICR conducts laboratory, field, theoretical, and library research on projects that seek to understand the science of origins and Earth history. ICR scientists have conducted multi-year research projects at key locations such as Grand Canyon, Mount St. Helens, Yosemite Valley, and Santa Cruz River Valley in Argentina, and on vital issues like Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE), Flood-Activated Sedimentation and Tectonics (FAST), the human genome, soft tissue in fossils, and other topics related to geology, genetics, astro/geophysics, paleoclimatology, paleobiochemistry, and much more.”

Journal of Creation: “Started in 1984, Journal of Creation brings you in-depth, peer-reviewed content, reviews and the latest research findings that relate to origins.”

Creation Ministries International: “Our Mission: To support the effective proclamation of the Gospel by providing credible answers that affirm the reliability of the Bible, in particular its Genesis history.”

Biblical Creation Trust: “We believe scientific research is a God glorifying activity. It is through developing multidisciplinary, robust, scientific models of earth history, consistent with the Bible’s story-line, that science will be enriched and the church best equipped to challenge contemporary false understandings of origins. BCT promotes, invests in and participates in such groundbreaking research. We look to nurture a new generation of scientists with expertise in key fields to further develop these scientific models.” 

We discuss more of this and the history of creation research in these two posts: “History of Creation Research” and “Current & Future Research.”