1.    The Creation of Life: a cybernetic approach to evolution, by A. E. Wilder-Smith, Ph.D. organic chemistry, 1970, p. xxi.
2.    Gallup poll finds that 88 percent of Americans believe in either Fast or S-l-o-w Creation, while 12 percent strictly 
       adhere to evolution theory: with no help from a Creator/God. See also Why I am no longer a Democrat.
Nature, Vol. 374, 3/16/95, p. 227.   
4.    Evolution: The Challenge of the Fossil Record; by Duane T. Gish;
5.    Homo erectus 'to' Modern Man: Evolution or Human Variability; by A.W. Mehlert, Creation Ex Nihilo Tech. 
       Journal, vol. 8, no.1, 1994, pp. 105-116.
6.    The Origins Answer Book; by Paul S. Taylor, 4th Ed. pp. 39-48, 99-116.
7.    Who doubts evolution?; New Scientist, 6/25/81, pp. 830-832.
8.    Is Man A Subtle Accident?; Newsweek, 11/3/80, pp. 95-96.
9.    Evolution's Erratic Pace," by Steven J. Gould, Natural History, vol. 86, (5), 1977,  pp. 12-16.
10.    Archaeopteryx: Early Bird Catches a Can of Worms; Science, vol. 259, 2/5/93, pp. 764-765;  
       See also Bird Evolution? and Did Birds Evolve From Dinosaurs?
11.  The Case of the Bones in Stone; Desert Magazine, Feb. 1975, pp. 36-39.
12.  That Their Words May Be Used Against Them; by Henry Morris, 1997, Institute for Creation Research.
13.  Nature Vol. 294, 12 Nov. 1981, p. 105.
14.  Trilobite, Dinosaur and Man; Clifford D. Simak, p. 116.
Butterflies vs. Macroevolution, Acts and Facts, Feb. 2005, p. 5
16.  The AFA Journal, October 2005, p. 23

Most of the magazine articles listed above are available at large public (or University) libraries.