Item description for Science and the Bible: 30 Scientific Demonstrations Illustrating Scriptural Truths by Donald B. DeYoung...
Overview Use everyday household objects to illustrate natural laws, teach biblical principles, and affirm God as the Creator of all things! Perfect for homeschool lessons, sermon illustrations, or family devotions, each of these 30 simple object lessons features a hands-on science experiment with a straightforward explanation and a related Scripture verse (NIV). For students of all ages.
Publishers Description Thirty easy, fun, and safe experiments teach scientific principles to children or provide an unusual object lesson illustration of a Bible teaching.
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Studio: Baker Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2001
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0801030234 ISBN13 9780801030239
Availability 0 units.
More About Donald B. DeYoung
Donald B. DeYoung is a scientist, author, and chairman of the science and mathematics department at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. He is the author of several books on science and the Bible, and speaks on creation, detailing how the intricacies of nature are a powerful testimony to the Creator's care for mankind. Don has been president of the Creation Research Society, a worldwide group of scientists who promote biblical creation, for ten years.
Donald B. DeYoung currently resides in Winona Lake, in the state of Indiana.
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Science and the Bible Jul 6, 2007
If you are going to use this book at home, you will need an overhead projector.
A fun, refreshing resource to get kids' attention Feb 25, 2005
If you have a bunch of boys in your sunday school class, I can't think of a better way to get their attention than using this handy little resource. The devotionals are short, and they have a little "scienc-y" experiment to demonstrate and tie in to the devotional. The lessons do take a little preparation in reviewing and having your stuff ready and so on. But the kids' reactions make them worth it. As a Sunday School teacher, I've relied primarily on the curriculum which is usually tailored to auditory learners with the l-o-n-g Bible story and application. But kids get the wiggles, and some don't get a whole lot out of the way we traditionally teach school. So this is a nice way to reach other kids with more interactive learning styles. I personally wouldn't use it as my sole resource for teaching Sunday School, but it is a wonderful, fun way to give your teaching some variety.