Natural Conclusions from the Rockies by David F Baker
Scriptural Insights from Nature for Children and Adults to Share

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The follow-up projects suggested to bring home the practical side of the lessons are often hands-on and interesting—Christian instructors will find them heaven-sent. The lessons of the natural world seen engagingly, but narrow-mindedly, through a scriptural lens.
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Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep forage in vegetation they can see over, and they keep to high visibility areas with clear escape routes and topographic relief that enables them to see long distances. Their excellent vision makes them an appropriate role model for Christian living.

Christians need to live with eternity's values in view. We're instructed to set our mind on things above. We need to stand where we can look over the top of earthly things to see heavenly things. We need to climb up to those high visibility places where we can see forever.

--Fifty awesome natural facts

--Fifty corresponding character-building "natural conclusions"

--Natural history background material with scientific definitions

--Personal illustrations for children and youth

--Reinforcing projects and activities

--Bible study section for instructors

--Adult application sections

 

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Published June 13, 2017 by WestBow Press. 270 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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on Jul 07 2017

The follow-up projects suggested to bring home the practical side of the lessons are often hands-on and interesting—Christian instructors will find them heaven-sent. The lessons of the natural world seen engagingly, but narrow-mindedly, through a scriptural lens.

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