Friday, January 11, 2008

Creation Science

Teaching Science from a Christian perspective seems to be quite the challenge. I can hardly find a book about dinosaurs that doesn't talk about them living a billion years ago. I also am sick and tired of seeing so many books about evolution. So, I usually find my Science curriculum at the used book fair that the local Christian school puts on every year. A couple of my favorites are "Dinosaurs by Design" by Duane T. Gish and "Exploring Creation with Astronomy" by Jeannie K. Fulbright. There are also some good web sites you can use as resources. A couple I have come across are www.creationscience.com, www.answersingenesis.org, www.drdino.com. There are many other web sites that contain wonderful information. Christianbook.com also has some great books you can buy on this topic here.
If you have any other great ideas on where to find material on Christian Science, please let me know. I want my children to know the Truth and know it well.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or you could teach them the truth. Sorry, had to add.

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...

I love when people leave anonymous comments where there is no discussion possible. I may disagree with someone but I have yet to post an anonymous comment. I am not afraid for people to know what I believe. Apparently, you are!!

Thehotrod5 said...

I agree Cassie:) It seems people only post anonymous comments when they don't really want to stand up for what they believe in...or maybe they aren't really sure why they believe it and aren't able to discuss it. The only one that we know of about dinosaurs is by Judith Spinnati. That one we bought directly from her. *sigh* we have run into the Dinosaur issue too...so hard when you have boys that LOVE dino's and you want to buy them books about what they are interested in!

Angela

Jess said...

I can't wait to teach my kids all the lies you have taught yours!

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