Creation Science

Early scientists believed in an orderly God who had created an orderly universe that could be studied and understood by men. Modern science rests on a foundational belief in a Creator God who has promised to grant His people access to his mysteries. Therefore, no science study is complete without the addition of creation science.

Resources for Studying Creation Science

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”0967271312″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”” width=”120″]Unlocking the Mysteries of Creation. This oversized, hard­cover, fully illustrated book gives an excellent explanation of why the theory of evolution totally fails to explain the available natural, fossil, and archaeological data. The book’s layout and art work re­mind us a little of Bill Gothard’s ATIA books. It is a super resource for Christian families to be used with all ages.

[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”1400317142″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”” width=”120″]It Couldn’t Just Happen: Knowing the Truth About God’s Awesome Creation by Lawrence Richards. This book is a com­bination of a science course and a survey of the biblical and natural proofs that God created and sustains the uni­verse. Section headings are: “Earth in Our Universe,” “How Life Began,” “Evidence from Living Things,” “Humanity in God’s Universe,” and “The Book that Didn’t Just Happen.” For junior high and up.

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”1568570066″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”” width=”160″]Science in the Creation Week . This is a “hands on” science skills curriculum for grades 2 – 5 based on the days of creation. It inte­grates the attributes of God, critical thinking, and science skills. It is a one year curriculum that can be repeat­ed at three separate skill levels or that can be used with three different age levels at the same time. Units follow the creation week and are Light and Energy (Day 1); Air, Water, and Weather (Day 2); Rocks, Minerals, and Plants (Day 3); Sun, Moon, and Stars (Day 4); Birds and Sea Life (Day 5); Land Animals and Human Biology (Day 6). Famous scientists are also studied. Even if you don’t use it as a curriculum, it is a great resource book.

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”0890510806″ locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”” width=”103″]Men of Science Men of God contains biographies of Johannes Kepler, Isaac Newton, Samuel F. B. Morse, Louis Pasteur, George Washington Carver, and other great scientists of the past whose work arose from a belief in God. Middle school and up.

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