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High quality proposals for a wide variety of different disciplines are now invited for submission for the Eighth International Conference on Creationism (ICC) to be held from Sunday, July 29 - Wednesday, August 1, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA. In continuation of the Seventh ICC, the theme of the Eighth ICC is again Developing and Systematizing the Creation Model of Origins. Interested author(s) should submit an electronic proposal according to the guidelines of the Author's Manual. Proposals can be submitted via a link on this website beginning in August of 2016.
Authors need to adhere to the following deadlines:
Submitted proposals and papers should not be submitted elsewhere while being considered by the ICC editorial staff for inclusion in the 2018 ICC proceedings. All the work in a paper should be original and should not have been fully published elsewhere. Review papers are allowed, as long as a similar review by the author hasn't been published elsewhere. Proposal acceptance is no guarantee that your eventual paper will also be accepted.
Interested author(s) should submit an electronic proposal for their paper no later than 31 January 2017 using this official website. Submissions can begin in August of 2016. Early submission is highly recommended. Proposals will be evaluated quickly (generally within a month), so if they are accepted, authors can begin work on their papers. Required as part of the proposal submission are the following:
Proposals dealing with the age of the earth/universe must be from a young-earth perspective. Proposals from an old-earth, local flood, geocentric, anti-relativity, or anti-quantum mechanics perspectives will not be considered for the proceedings.
Each proposal will be evaluated by the Editorial Board Chairman in consultation with the Area Editors. If accepted, the author will be notified by the Editorial Board Chairman no later than 28 February 2017. If rejected, there is no appeal procedure at the Proposal stage; the Editors' decisions are final. Authors can however revise a rejected proposal and resubmit it as long as it is before the proposal deadline (31 January, 2017). Area Editors may (or may not) suggest reasons for rejection or recommendations for revision. Drafts of papers will be peer-reviewed and the ICC Editors will decide if the paper is worthy for inclusion in the proceedings. You will find further instructions for submitting proposal and papers in the Author's Manual. For additional questions or technical assistance please contact the ICC Editorial Board Chairman, Dr. John Whitmore at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Conference theme is partitioned into five major areas and each area is partitioned into sub-areas. When you submit your proposal, you will be asked to choose one of the areas below along with a sub-area that best fits the subject of your proposal. At the time of submission you will be given the opportunity to choose an initial ICC Area Editor appropriate for the review of your proposal (which may be changed by the ICC editorial staff).
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