Submission Guidelines

The purpose of this page is to provide guidelines for submitting an article to ensure that we maintain content consistency. Please read this page carefully to ensure that we as the blog editors can work closely with potential article authors.

Formatting Guidelines:

  • Formatting
    • Article must be no greater than 5,000 words
    • If the article uses extensive technical language, please include a layperson summary. If you have a technical research article, we would encourage you to publish in a journal and give us a summary to post
    • If including figures, images, etc., include their proper credits/attributions
    • Use respectful language when speaking about the work others have published (including the work of naturalistic evolutionists), even when you disagree 
  • Capitalization
    • Use lowercase creation in most cases, except in a list of biblical events, especially “Creation and Flood,” “the Creation Week,” and “Day One”
    • Usually capitalize “Flood” in clear references to “Noah’s Flood.” But any other use of flood, such as “a local flood,” is lowercase
    • Lowercase earth in most cases, except where Earth appears in a sentence of a list with the names of other planets
    • Lowercase names for divine dwelling places, including heaven, hell, and paradise
    • Upper/Middle/Lower and Late/Middle/Early should be capitalized when they are actual chronostratigraphic or geochronologic divisions, but they should not be capitalized if they are not official designations (e.g., Late Cretaceous vs. lower Coconino bed)
  • Taxonomic Nomenclature and Formatting
    • Suprageneric taxonomic ranks, in their proper form, should always be capitalized (e.g., Canidae, Plantae, Mammalia, Probainognathia, etc.)
    • Suprageneric taxonomic ranks in a colloquial form should not be capitalized (e.g., canids, plants, mammal, probainognathian, etc.)
    • Genus and species names should always be italicized (e.g., Homo sapiens)
    • When writing the scientific name of a species, the species epithet should never be capitalized (e.g., Tyrannosaurus rex)
    • When abbreviating species names, you should abbreviate the genus name as the first letter, followed by a period (e.g., T. rex, H. sapiens)
    • If you are abbreviating species names, and more than one genus begins with the same letter, then use extra letters to distinguish the taxa (e.g., Au. africanus and Ar. ramidus)
  • Editorial Review: When you submit a document to New Creation, you understand the following:
    • The editorial staff has the freedom to adjust formatting and correct typographical or grammatical errors
    • Your document may be subject to peer-review, which may be published alongside your article
    • If your document is approved for publishing, a note will be included on the site stating that your article expresses the views of the author (you)
  • Biographical
    • We request that you submit brief biographical information if you have not written for us before or if your information has changed since your last submission
    • Your bio should be included as an attachment in the email containing the first draft of your article
    • Your bio should be no more than 100 words in length
    • Your bio will be posted on our blog’s list of scientists/researchers
    • If you do not want your biographical information publicized on the blog for any reason (e.g. using a pen name) you should specifically request this and your wish will be respected


If your document does not align with our Guidelines, we will not publish it. It is not a reflection of our outlook on any particular individual or viewpoint, but rather editorial requirements. If you submit a paper, we may also return it with suggestions. If you do not make the changes we suggest, we may not publish it. If you submit a paper that we did not publish, that does not affect your ability to submit more papers in the future. 

Contact us here and an editor will get back to you with more submission details.