Champions of Invention

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New Leaf Publishing Group, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 72 pages
Tiner, an educator and author of books like Exploring the History of Medicine and Exploring Planet Earth, uses his communication skills to introduce this first book in a new series. In this first book, we learn that inventors like Charles Babbage (computer); Michael Faraday (electric generator); and John Gutenberg (movable type/printing press) gave credit for their achievenments to God. The Champions of Discovery Series lists many of the great men of science who also held to a firm faith in God. From Sir Isaac Newton to Louis Pasteur, these intellectuals merely considered that they were thinking God s thoughts after Him. Tiner, a science teacher, brings these sometimes-forgotten scientists into our consciousness and demonstrates that legitimate scientists have historically affirmed the Bible s teachings."

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A Page Turner with Great Morals!

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This book was fascinating to read! There are so many little-known facts in it about famous people like Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell and many others. I especially appreciated how Tiner ... Read full review

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Great book. Champions of Invention and Champions of Science are both wonderfully inspiring. They are written so that they can be a good read aloud choice or child can easily read it on their own. My ... Read full review

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