Champions of Mathematics

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Master Books, Mar 1, 2000 - Mathematics - 96 pages
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Tiner, author of exciting homeschool books like Exploring the History of Medicine and Exploring Planet Earth, uses his communication skills and background as an educator to compile this series of great new books for the curious minds of children ages middle school and up.In Champions of Invention, for example, we learn that inventors like Charles Babbage (computer); Michael Faraday (electric generator); and Johann Gutenberg (movable type/printing press) gave credit for their achievements to God.The three books in the Champions of Discovery Series list 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 brings these sometimes-forgotten scientists into our consciousness and demonstrates that legitimate scientists have historically affirmed the Bible's teachings.

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User Review  - Annete Hines -

This book is an easy read for a middle school child. We really enjoyed reading the different bios and my kids gained some insight into why different math concepts were created. Read full review


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John Hudson Tiner received five National Science Foundation teaching fellowships during his 12 years as a teacher of mathematics and science that allowed him to study graduate chemistry, astronomy, and mathematics. He also worked as a mathematician and cartographer for the Defense Mapping Agency, Aerospace Center in St. Louis, MO.

Tiner has received numerous honors for his writing, including the Missouri Writer's Guild award for best juvenile book for Exploring the World of Chemistry. He and his wife, Jeanene, live in Missouri.

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