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Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly

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The Creation Social Science and Humanities Quarterly (CSSHSQ) was a journal for creationist social science. According to creationism.org, the society was founded in 1977 in Wichita, Kansas (big surprise that, eh?).[1] The journal is no longer in publication, though past articles are available.[2] A typical quarterly issue was made up of no more than 30 pages (much less than most daily newspapers), with the vast majority of the articles composed by the same half a dozen authors.[3] There's no mention of a peer review process, and most of the authors appear to be lacking a basic qualification in any relevant field. Still, it's nice to see creationists branch out of their usual narrow focus on evolution and delight us with hilarious articles on topics like "Creation and Inflation".

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