Building Blocks in Life Science: From Genes & Genesis to Science & Scripture

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New Leaf Publishing Group, Nov 1, 2010 - Education - 158 pages
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Teachers and students will find clear biological answers proving science and Scripture fit together to honor the Creator. This dynamic educational resource helps young people not only learn science from a biblical perspective, but also helps them know how to defend their faith in the process.
 

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Great biology info for high schoolers or older

User Review  - Debra Brinkman - Christianbook.com

I am always on the lookout for additional science resources, especially for the upper grades. I was thrilled to get the chance to review Building Blocks in Life Science by Gary Parker, because the ... Read full review

Great Value

User Review  - Very Blessed Mamma - Christianbook.com

My daughter is entering high school this year, and I thought this would be perfect since this was a high school science curriculum. This is actually a great book, but my daughter is a young 9th ... Read full review

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Contents

Genes and Genesis
6
Gene Pools and Variation within Kind
14
Species Kind and the Mosaic Concept
20
Change through Time vs Darwinian Change
30
Natural Selection Yes Evolution No
36
Design vs Darwin
44
Mutations Yes Evolution No
54
Darwinian Change vs Biblical Change
62
Creation Evolution and the Embryo
92
DNA and the Origin of Life
104
BioLogical Molecules
106
Living Cells
112
Chemical Evolution?
118
Evidence of Creation?
124
Origin and Operation God as Creator and Sustainer
132
Transcendent Simplicity and Kind of Order
138

Patterns in Structure and Development
68
Patterns in Structure Descent or Design?
70
Classification Mosaics or Missing Links?
76
Development Life before Birth
84
DNA and Reproduction
144
Index
152
Answers to Questions
156
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About the author (2010)

Gary E. Parker is the best-selling author of ten novels and three novellas, including "Secret Tides" and "Fateful Journeys". A Christy Award finalist, Parker has become CBA's source for sweeping sagas of faith and family. A PhD graduate of Baylor University, he serves as the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Decatur, Georgia, and lives there with his wife, Melody, and daughters, Andrea and Ashley.

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