Below are listed periodicals that MCF recommends. All take a Biblical stance on creation, by which
we mean that they take the Bible as written when it states that God took only six [earth] days
to create "the heavens, the earth, and all that in them is", and the Flood was world-wide.
Many of these websites will have archived articles available for free. Some whole subscriptions
are free, but any of these groups could use your donations! Some also have videos online, but
that's for another web page.
Excellent articles on science, coming events, commentary on news events. Beautiful
Newsletter of the Institute for Creation Research (ICR), Dallas TX. ICR was the first
creationist organization in the world, starting in the 1980's after its founders, Dr. Henry Morris
Jr. and Dr. John Whitcomb, published the book The Genesis Flood.
Free, but they sure could use donations to cover it!
monthly, about 24 pages
Answers in Genesis (AIG), in Kentucky. AIG and Creation Ministries International
used to be one organization that published Creation Magazine.
The group broke into two
a few years ago, at which time the U.S. group kept the name but created this new magazine.
is oriented more towards worldview issues, without neglecting science.
layperson, with a center section for elementary school.
Paper: $24/year; online: $18/year. Discounts available.
Every 3 months, and they have an online version. Paper is about 8-1/2" x 11"
"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... All published papers may be freely copied, downloaded, quoted,
and distributed for non-commercial and non-sale purposes ..."
Answers in Genesis (AIG), in Kentucky
Editor: Andrew A. Snelling, Ph.D.
The online volume has new articles added as they are readied for publication. Volumes
seem to cover individual years.
Started in 1978 by Dr. Carl Weiland, this was the original lay-level creationist periodical. It
still focuses more on questions of science and a bit less on the social/economic/political consequences
of evolutionism. They also deal more with living things in Australia
, where they are headquartered,
than does the similar Answers Magazine
from Answers in Genesis. Excellent!
Creation Ministries International
$25/year, discounts for longer subscriptions
monthly, about 8-1/2" x 11", 56 pages
. From their web: "Creation Matters is a publication
of the Creation Research Society that is distributed to members every other month. Issues contain
both general news of interest to creationists as well as scientific news about creation and evolution."
years are available online to non-members.
Creation Research Society.
: Less technical than their Creation Research Society Quarterly (CRSQ).
: free to members, along with their quarterly. Membership costs $35, and members must
agree with their statement of faith.
Creation Research Society Quarterly
"Published continuously since 1964.
Peer-reviewed by degreed scientists. 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." Some
articles and all abstracts are available online to non-subscribers/members, but they have a nice
: Creation Research Society.
: Yes. See website.
Full-color newsletter. From their web: "Dialogue
to the re-examination of science from a young earth perspective and to the discussion of the creation
and evolution models."
Creation Science Association of Alberta (Canada).
$8.00 per year (Canadian dollars?)
Quarterly, about 8 pages, 8" x 10-1/2"
Days of Praise.
Daily devotional, covers many topics, not just creation.
Institute for Creation Researach, Dallas, Texas. This is the world's first creationist
organization. They mainly focus on research, but do publish and speak.
None, but do consider a donation to cover their costs!
Journal of Creation.
Scientific articles, peer-reviewed by creationist
scientists. Black & white illustrations. Their description: "An international journal
devoted to the presentation and discussion of technical aspects of the sciences such as geology,
biology, astronomy, etc., and also geography, archaeology, biblical lhistory, philosohy, etc.,
as they relate to the study of biblical creation and Noah's Flood."
Creation Ministries International (CMI), headquartered in Australia, with U.S.
office in Georgia.
Reading Level: More technical than most people will read, but not unreadable!
$39/year, cost breaks for longer subscriptions.
3 x/year, about 120 pages per issue, about 8.25" x 11".