Biology: God's Living Creation
Truly nonevolutionary in philosophy, spirit, and sequence of study, this text begins with the familiar, tangible things of nature and concludes with God’s amazing design at the cellular and chemical level. Abstract concepts are tied to concrete examples through clear, easy-to-read explanations, laying a firm foundation for future studies in chemistry, physics, and other fields. Along with academic knowledge, your students will gain a greater appreciation for God’s physical creation and an increased interest in science.
Key concepts listed at the head of each chapter, pronunciation helps, bold key-words, vivid photographs, full-color diagrams, section reviews, and chapter reviews will help your students learn.
You'll lead your students through a study of botany, zoology, microbiology, human anatomy and physiology, cytology, genetics, and ecology that reflects the latest advances in man’s understanding of living things without neglecting a foundation in the basics.