Author: Parker, Gary
Format: Book
Publisher: MasterBooks
Size: 158 pp, pub 2011
Weight: 1

Building Blocks in Life Science

$ 15.00

From Genes and Genesis to Science and Scripture

Study clear biological answers for how science and Scripture fit together to honor the Creator. Have you ever wondered about such captivating topics as genetics, the role of natural selection, embryonic development, or DNA and the magnificent origins of life? Within these pages you will discover exceptional insights and clarity to patterns of order in living things, including the promise of healing and new birth in Christ. Study numerous ways to refute the evolutionary worldview that life simply evolved by chance over millions of years. The evolutionary worldview can be found filtered through every topic at every age level in our society. It has became the overwhelmingly accepted paradigm for the origins of life as taught in all secular institutions. This dynamic educational resource not only helps young people learn science from a biblical perspective, but also helps them know how to defend their faith in the process.

Gary Parker, a former evolutionist, has an Ed.D in biology, and has lectured widely for both the Institute for Creation Research and Answers in Genesis. His lively lectures incorporate his specialty: fossils. Gary and his wife, Mary, live in Florida, conducting science labs and field trips.

 

Contents:

Unit 1:  War of World Views
The Classic Debate
Creationist's Opening Remarks
The Nature of Science
Evolution vs. Science
Historical Time-lines
Scientifically Testable Predictions
Unit 2:  Dinosaurs!
Dinosaurs, Creation, and the Fall
Dinosaurs, the Flood, and the Gospel
Dinosaurs, Evolution, and Science
"Terrible Lizards" or "Terrible Reptiles"
Dinosaurs and Birds?
What about Dino Extinction and an "Age of Dinosaurs"?
Unit 3 Human Origins
"Cave Men" and "Human Evolution"
Enormous Errors in the Evolutionist's Evidence
Nebraska Man and the Scopes "Monkey" Trial
Australopithecines
"Away from Evolution"
Dating Fossils of Apes and People
In God's Image