Bookbinding: Creation of Creation Foundation – Building blocks in science
Parker, a former evolutionist, is uniquely able to present both sides of evolution and creation issues. With a Ph.D. in Biology, he lectures on the International Ministries of Creation and the answers given at Genesis.
Using the metaphor of the building, each chapter begins with a rubric cube type image. Towards the end, the "Form Your Foundation" guides the reader to create foundational truths. Finally, one of the questions, "Building Supervision", summarizes the most important points. Bonus projects provide students with interesting tasks to further explore the ideas presented in the book
Three main areas for the three units:
- Human Origin
From the war of world views, Parker sets the stage and continues the opposite views in the book.
The key to the debate held by Parker understands the scientific method and that it is not applicable to many evolutionist claims. Because the scientific method requires the observer to monitor the event and to repeat that others can observe, the origin of man and the world does not belong to the field of science to the extent accepted by many. Evolutionists and creationists must have "faith" in understanding our origins. Our fundamental beliefs affect how we understand what we are in today. Parker does the thing well, that what we observe today does not destroy the Creator's account of the origin of mankind and the world.
Dr. Parker introduces readers to key evolutionist individuals: Charles Darwin, Charles Lyell, Francis Crick, Thomas Henry Huxley, Ernst Haeckel, and Henry Fairfield Osbourne. He also mentioned famous scientists who were Christians.
According to Fry's readability scale, this book is at the upper secondary school reading level. Younger students can also enjoy this book because the terms used have many syllables. Parker does a good job of explaining the complex concepts that most of us can follow.
Have you ever wondered why the Bible doesn't talk about dinosaurs when they lived with people? Easy answer: The word "dinosaurs" was not used until the 1800s. The behavior mentioned in Job 40: 15-24 best describes what we know as a dinosaur because of the strong tail like the cedar. The elephant or rhino sometimes appears as a candidate, but there is no tail like a cedar.
"Scientific Evidence in the World of God Supports the Word of God, the Historical Record of the Bible: God's Perfect Creature, Damaged by the Sin of Man Destroyed in the Flood of Noah, Restored to the Life of New Jesus Christ – Four Cs: Creation, Corruption, Disaster, and Christ's Summary, p. P. 38 Parker presents a number of diagrams showing the dramatic contrasts of the two models
Find this book and Parker's next book in the Laying A Creation Foundation series, Building blocks in life science a http://www.answersingenesis.org Genesis responses have many valuable resources for families and teachers. Visit Christian Ministries International's website: http://www.creation.com