A Question of Origins: Created or Evolved?
This high school age textbook gives students the tools they need to evaluate where we, life, and the universe came from. Richly illustrated in full colour, it fairly presents what evolutionists believe and why. But, then it makes the powerful scientific case for creation—a case that is ignored by secular textbooks. Students will learn to think critically as they examine the evidence for themselves, in a range of scientific fields. Topics covered include genetics, the origin of life, fossils, missing links, plate tectonics, radiometric dating, embryology, the origin of man, and the implications of creation and evolution for our worldview.
Helpful review questions and short biographies of interest are sprinkled throughout. Plus, an extensive free companion workbook is available online with vocabulary reviews, chapter reviews, concept maps and exams.
Whether used in a classroom setting, home study or read for pleasure, students are sure to come away with a deeper understanding of what they believe about origins and why. Parents and teachers will find this book to be a valuable addition to their educational toolbox.
Details for A Question of Origins
Page Count: 232
Audience: Highschool students