The Wonder of Science book is a beautifully illustrated critique of the current arguments used in support of evolution, both in education and in the popular media. Authored by Dominic Statham, with input from the following consultant editors: Geoff Barnard Ph.D., M.A. (theol.), Alessio Bernardelli B.Sc., PGCertEd., Nick Cowan M.A. (Cantab.), PGCertEd., Matti Leisola D.Sc., John Matthews B.Sc., Ph.D., Jonathan Sarfati Ph.D., William Worraker B.Sc., Ph.D. It covers:
- Science and Faith
- Genetics and Evolution
- Earth and Atmosphere
- Cell Biology and Chemical Evolution
- Space Science
Author Dominic Statham is uniquely skilled at presenting the facts and fascination of science in a way that is both crystal clear and enjoyable, yet without ‘dumbing down’. Middle-school students and above—and perhaps particularly their parents and teachers—will find The Wonder of Science super-helpful, as well as highly informative, with ‘digging deeper’ sections for higher ages and abilities. The author’s calm, non-argumentative style encourages and equips readers to dispassionately weigh up the evidence on origins from opposing viewpoints. It makes clear why biblical Christianity and its creation corollary are foundational to modern science itself. In short—just brilliant!
Format: Soft Cover
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