Creation Bibliography

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Creation Evidence


The links above represent a hard-hitting list (bibliography) of scientific and biblical & historical resources — of articles, books, videos, and so forth — that argue in favor of a young earth, a world-wide flood over against uniformitarian geology, and in favor of a literal as opposed to an allegorical reading of Genesis. A lot of these resources represent the cream of the crop of creationist arguments in the listed fields. Others just do a great job at quickly or concisely communicating some important discovery that relates to the given topic.

Even so, this bibliography is by no means comprehensive or perfect, and this is especially true on this first run since I have put this together. I encourage interested individuals to suggest changes and additions. I freely admit that this list is idiosyncratic in some ways, that it is more weighted on certain issues, and that it often reflects my own interests more than others. But on that last point, my strongest interests are core to this entire site’s mission: To tackle the very strongest objections that stand against God’s story of world-history, namely: The Genesis history of how we got here. So while I love intelligent design evidences, and while there are some very important articles about this herein, ID is the easiest and most minimal stance one can take on these matters. For many of us, it’s dumbfoundingly easy to claim that hummingbirds must have been intelligently designed by a Creator, that watches don’t form themselves on a beach, and that molecular motors and the wonders of the cell point to a brilliant Designer. But it’s an entirely different matter to argue that man was literally made on the same week that dinosaurs were made, not allegorically speaking, but in actual fact. And it’s an altogether different matter to claim that the naturalistic origins myth of cosmic history, with it’s billions of years, is contradicted not just by Scripture but also by the scientific evidence.

It is my hope that this condensed bibliography of resources will be helpful to honest searchers, to teachers and students, and to Christians who are open to finding the truth on these matters. And that, my friends, is the primary problem we face in this whole conflict: Lukewarmness and apathy, and an unwillingness to think for oneself, as opposed to a burning heart for the truth, and a heart of courage that fears God more than man and his disapproving stares. Let God be true, and every man a liar (Romans 3:4). This world is in rebellion against God, you can be assured that’s the real problem in this conflict, but we still must consider the cold and hard facts themselves. I think you may be surprised how strong the evidence is, scientifically, biblically, and historically, in favor of God’s account as it is written — no allegorization or alterations needed.

Under each topic below, I try to list non-technical articles or resources first, followed then by the technical resources (these are marked with the Technical label). I admit that there are a large number of technical articles overall, but it’s up to you on a given topic if you want to dig further. The thing is, it doesn’t take long before you need to move beyond mere introductions, and dig into the technical evidence itself. If you approach this as a child would, which is what Christ said we must become in order to enter God’s Kingdom (Matthew 18:3), then we will have the heart set of always wanting to learn and go further than we have before. The heart of a child is driven by exploration and by mystery of the unknown, and it delights at discovering new things. Such a heart-set can free us to be able to jump feet-first into issues that initially seem far bigger than we can handle. As I like to say, you don’t need to swallow all of the water (of the ocean of information), but only to dog-paddle in it :0) That heart-set was beautifully captured by one of the most famous scientists of all time, a man who also was a biblical, young-earth creationist:

“I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.” ~ Sir Isaac Newton

Major Creationist Organizations

Note: There are other creationist organizations than the following, but these represent those producing major content on a regular basis. If we’re missing something you believe should be listed here, let us know.

Creation Ministries International (CMI)

Answers in Genesis (AIG)

  •  Answers in Genesis (AIG) – Answers in Genesis is likely the most well-known creationist organization, they are the producers of The Creation Museum and of The Ark Encounter – a full-sized, stunning replica of Noah’s Ark. 
  • See AIG’s comprehensive list of creation topics.
  •  AIG produces Answers Magazine, here is the complete archive of past articles that they generously make available for free. Please consider subscribing.
  •  Technical AIG also produces the technical level Answers Research Journal (ARJ), edited by Andrew Snelling, which is published entirely online, and is made available for free. The full archive is viewable from that main link. Without taking anything away from the quality of content, ARJ’s online web interface is terrifically done.

Institute for Creation Research (ICR)

  •  Institute for Creation Research (ICR) – ICR was founded by creation pioneer Henry Morris. ICR is strongly focused on producing research. Some of our best scientists have at one time been part of ICR, and I can say today it is wonderful to see the work produced by their researchers at our conferences and in our creationist publications. They also publish many excellent books and DVD resources, some of which will be featured later below. 
  •  Acts & Factscurrent issue, and article archive. These are terrific, and you can subscribe for free here. For past articles, the archive page unfortunately doesn’t list titles of the articles, but see above on searching ICR.
  • Search ICR articles (select PageType: Articles for further options).
  • Technical ICR’s ‘Archive of Technical Articles’ presents a large list of important technical papers (ordered only by date).
  • Note: ICR has a ton of other resources in book form, in DVDs, and so forth, which will figure prominently in the following bibliographies.

Creation Research Society (CRS)

  •  Creation Research Society (CRS) – The “S” in CRS is for Society, and the “R” is for Research, that well sums up the purpose of CRS. Like ICR, CRS is strongly devoted to research and to supporting research initiatives, in fact the two have often worked together, as was the case with the RATE project. Note that the focus of this society is on the scientific side, and less so on other important fields of study related to this origins conflict (biblical, historical, philosophical, and etc).
  • For those interested, please consider joining our society (this also gets a subscription to the CRSQ, for only $31 a year). It’s critical to join up with like-minded fellows.
  •  CRSQ: CRS produces a quarterly technical journal, the CRSQ. Past article abstracts are listed here (subscribe or join for full access to past articles). Some of these are available for free to all. Perhaps one day all of the articles will be made open-access, that at least is my hope.
  •  CRS Matters Newsletter is published every two months, with a focus on short articles fitting of a newsletter (articles are typically 1 page or less), but the content is good, and though not often ground-breaking, it should be considered. Minus the last couple “current” issues, the archive is made freely available online in PDF format.

The International Conference on Creationism (ICC)

Comprehensive Creation Databases & Lists

The following are some powerful databases of creationist literature that are particularly important when doing research on a specific topic. For general questions (‘What about Dinosaurs?’), you may be better served by searching your favorite creationist site above, but if you have a specific term you are looking for and would like to know what has been said on that topic to date, these databases are very helpful (e.g. what have any creationists said about Diplodocus, about Opals, etc?).


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