Author : Kenneth Raymond Miller
Genre : Biology
Publisher :
ISBN : 0133171531
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Author : Christopher Gieschen
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 9781532657030
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All of these statements are false: Christians are science-deniers when it comes to evolution. Real science actually lines up more with evolution than creation as found in Genesis. Fossils are evidence for evolution. The Genesis account is fully compatible with evolution. These questions need answers! What exactly is the difference between evolution right and evolution wrong? Is it possible to bend Genesis to fit evolution? How can one defend belief in a six-day creation from the onslaughts of the evolutionists? How about any questions you have? This book is a must for any Christian about to enter a public high school or university. Accepting evolution as true is the basis for three of the ten reasons Christians give up saving faith. It is time for you to arm yourself with the truth and stand your ground logically, philosophically, scientifically, and most important biblically! Ready? Let’s go!

Author : Kenneth R. Miller
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Prentice Hall
ISBN : 0132013495
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Prentice Hall Biology utilizes a student-friendly approach that provides a powerful framework for connecting the key concepts of biology. New BIG IDEAs help all students focus on the most important concepts. Students explore concepts through engaging narrative, frequent use of analogies, familiar examples, and clear and instructional graphics. Now, with Success Tracker(tm) online, teachers can choose from a variety of diagnostic and benchmark tests to gauge student comprehension. Targeted remediation is available too! Whether using the text alone or in tandem with exceptional ancillaries and technology, teachers can meet the needs of every student at every learning level. With unparalleled reading support, resources to reach every student, and a proven research-based approach, authors Kenneth Miller and Joseph Levine continue to set the standard. Prentice Hall Biology delivers: Clear, accessible writing Up-to-date content A student friendly approach A powerful framework for connecting key concepts

Author : Ken Ham
Genre : Religion
Publisher : New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN : 9781614581086
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The world around us provides irrefutable evidence of our Creator, but when challenged, can you defend your faith? Do you have answers to your own questions or those of your family about faith, evolution, creation, and a biblical worldview? Get the important information you need in this compelling third book from the popular Answers series, and learn more about: Global warming Cloning and stem cells The existence of God Bacteria and viruses Questions for evolutionists Human and chimp DNA The universe - young or old? "Kinds" in Genesis What Noah's Ark looked like ...and much more. Learn how to be more effective in defense of scriptural authority and the truth of Genesis as literal history. Join Ken Ham and leading creation scientists like Dr. Jason Lisle, Dr. Andrew Snelling, Dr. Georgia Purdom, Dr. David Menton, Dr. Terry Mortenson, Dr. John Morris, Dr. Steve Austin, Dr. David DeWitt, Dr. Danny Faulkner, Dr. Joe Francis, and others as they provide simple and empowering answers to these and other popular questions of faith in our culture today. Other exciting books available in this best-selling series: The New Answers Book 1, and The New Answers Book 2, with over 50 additional questions and answers.

Author : Ken Ham
Genre : Religion
Publisher : New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN : 9780890515792
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The third volume in this best-selling series compiled by Ken Ham, leading a powerful group of contributors to answer some of the most compelling questions of science and the Bible. From the outer edges of the known universe to the moment life begins, this continuing collection of answers will make an incredible impact on your life and your personal journey of faith.

Author :
Genre : Education
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ISBN : 0835246809
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Author : Kenneth R. Miller
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher :
ISBN : 0132013525
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Author : Konstantinos Korfiatis
Genre : Biology
Publisher : Springer Nature
ISBN : 9783030894801
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This book is a collection of full papers based on the peer-reviewed submissions accepted for the ERIDOB 2020 conference (which was cancelled due to COVID-19). ERIDOB brings together researchers in Biology Education from around the world to share and discuss their research work and results. It is the only major international conference on biology education research, and all the papers therefore are written by international researchers from across Europe (and beyond), which present the findings from a range of contemporary biology education research projects. They are all entirely new papers describing new research in the field. The papers are peer-reviewed by experienced international researchers selected by the ERIDOB Academic Committee. The papers reflect the ERIDOB conference strands by covering topics on: Socioscientific issues, Nature of Science and scientific thinking Teaching and learning in biology Perceptions of biology and biology education Textbook analysis Outdoor and environmental education By providing a collection of new research findings from many countries, this book is a great resource for researchers and practitioners such as school, college and university biology teachers' around the world. It is useful for training biology teachers and therefore valuable to teacher training institutions.

Author : Michal Haskel-Ittah
Genre : Education
Publisher : Springer Nature
ISBN : 9783030860516
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This edited volume presents the current state of the art of genetics education and the challenges it holds for teaching as well as for learning. It addresses topics such as how genetics should be taught in order to provide students with a wide and connected view of the field. It gives in-depth aspects that should be considered for teaching genetics and the effect on the student's understanding. This book provides novel ideas for biology teachers, curriculum developers and researchers on how to confront the presented challenges in a way that may enable them to advance genetics education in the 21st century. It reviews the complexity of teaching and learning genetics, largely overlooked by biology textbooks and classroom instruction. It composes a crucial component of scientific literacy.

Author : Barbara Forrest
Genre : Science
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780199882694
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Forrest and Gross expose the scientific failure, the religious essence, and the political ambitions of "intelligent design" creationism. They examine the movement's "Wedge Strategy," which has advanced and is succeeding through public relations rather than through scientific research. Analyzing the content and character of "intelligent design theory," they highlight its threat to public education and to the separation of church and state.