Truly nonevolutionary in philosophy, spirit, and sequence of study. Begins with the familiar, tangible things of nature with special emphasis on the structure and function; and concludes with God’s amazing design at the cellular and chemical level.
Ties abstract concepts to concrete examples through clear, easy-to-read explanations. Lays a firm foundation for future studies in chemistry, physics, and other fields while teaching students the Christian perspective of science. With the academic knowledge gained in the text, students will also find a greater appreciation for God’s physical creation and an increased interest in science.
Lists key concepts at the head of each chapter, includes pronunciation helps, key-words in bold, vivid photographs, and full-color diagrams. Includes section reviews and a chapter review for each chapter to reinforce learning and help students prepare for tests. Includes a set of TransVision overlays of the human body to show at a glance the anatomical relationships of the body’s systems.
Investigates such fields of study as botany, zoology, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, cytology, genetics, and ecology. Reflects the latest advances in man’s understanding of living things without neglecting a foundation in the basics.
Science in Action: Science Project Guide
Available on these devices
*Some features only available on iOS devices.