Item description for The Wonder of It All by New Leaf Press & Steve Terrill...
Overview 2001 GOLD MEDALLION WINNER
The Wonder of it All tells the compelling story of creation through God?s conversation with Job and stunning photography from award-winning nature photographer Steve Terrill. Drawn directly from the text of Job with commentary by creation scholars, Henry Morris and Ken Ham, this volume makes a wonderful addition to any home library. Beautifully reproduced photography draws in even the youngest of readers.
Publishers Description Wow Awesome It's hard to describe just how really magnificent this book is. The full-color photography is outstanding and it's all tied together with a portion of the book of Job.
Awards and Recognitions The Wonder of It All by New Leaf Press & Steve Terrill has received the following awards and recognitions -
Gold Medallion Book Awards - 2001 Winner - Gift Book/Poetry category
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Studio: New Leaf Press (AR)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.2" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.6" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892214937 ISBN13 9780892214938
Availability 5 units. Availability accurate as of Aug 19, 2017 10:13.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Wonder Of It All?
BEAUTIFUL BOOK, but . . . Nov 4, 2003
I picked up this book recently at a friend's house. I usually am not into those "inspirational books" (i.e. Max Lucado, etc.) or "Christian" art per say (i.e. Kinkade). But this was really something else. The photos are incredible and definitely "worshipful" in the sense that you look at it and realize that GOD has truly made a beautiful world for us, and we need to praise him for it each day. However, with that said, there are some criticisms. First, don't think that every quote in this book is from the Bible or even Christian authors. He does add some secular writers' quotes, whom you have to be discerning about. Also some statements are BIG overstatements. So be discerning when you read it. One can definitely enjoy this as a part of your quiet time, or as a gift to someone you know loves nature (or maybe is hard to shop for!)
It's no wonder it's a wonder! May 10, 2000
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! This book tells a wonderfully old story in a totally new way. Using a conversation between God and his bedraggled servant Job, the message of creation was never clearer. The incredible photography of Steve Terrill keeps me looking at every page long after I've read the text a dozen times. Ever wonder how to get your family, friends, and visitors to engage in spiritual conversations? Wonder no more. Leave a copy of this book out where people can see it and you'll be talking about big things in short order. Better yet, buy copies for your "hit list", your office reception area, your church library and watch the magic happen.