"Highly readable and informative! Written in Cheri Fields' enthusiastic conversational tone, kids are challenged to reconsider the foundation of some popular, but rather unfounded scientific ideas which are circulating in our time. Bravo!!!" ~Judeen Garza, Director of Bright Star Ministries, Caring for widows and orphans in Kenya
"This is a good book for kids. You kept it simple and understandable." ~Dr. Carolyn Reeves, coauthor of Investigate the Possibilities: Elementary Earth Science series and The Big Book of Earth and Sky
My daughter had a 10 year old friend who comes to church when her grandma could get her there. She is sweet, loves Jesus, and only learns about the nature of the world from public school and what she can discover for herself in her Bible. There is a wealth of creation information for adults online, but very little for kids, especially when they are old enough to understand big ideas but don't have adult reading skills yet. I wrote this book to give kids like her a taste for the answers creation scientist have for how science fits beautifully with God's testimony of how and when He created the world.
Most materials for kids don't tell them why they believe the world is billions of years old. They sure don't tell them what you have to believe in for evolution to make sense. In this mini eBook, you will learn about the assumptions scientists must make in order to find deep time and a single common ancestor.
In a few, easy to read pages, you will learn
•The precision behind radiometric dating along with the ideas that cause them to see such ancient dates.
•The best evidences for an old earth and for a young earth.
•Bible passages that clearly show what God himself thinks about how long he took to create the world.
Did you know the sea floor tells us a lot about how old the earth can be? Or that the 10 Commandments proclaim God didn't take billions of years to make everything? Even dinosaur fossils hold evidence that they weren't buried millions of years ago.
For those hungry to learn more, the back of the book includes links to a search engine just for studying creation.
Cheri Fields has been teaching kids to read since her teens. To help kids even more, she earned a degree with honors from the Institute of Children's Literature. She is also a creation science super fan. Combining these skills, she has been running the website Creation Science 4 Kids for over three years. Her work has been featured on Creation Ministries International and The Creation Club.
Besides saving money to take her husband and six kids (and counting) on missions trips, her goal is to get pictures with and thank as many creation scientists as possible.
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