Remembering Creation by Gordon Hunter

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Though some may get lost in the details, for many children Remembering Creation will provide new information and a more sophisticated way of understanding science.
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"We do not remember creation. How can we? We were not alive to experience it. The stories about creation are as numerous as the cultures that tell them. But not until the twentieth century with its advances in science and technology could we know that a supernova provided the raw materials for our sun, the planets, and all the living things on our Earth. This book is written for young people and the young at heart. After you read it, it is my hope that as you look up at the stars on a clear night, you will say, “You stars and I are made of the same stuff.”"
 

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Published March 19, 2013 by Trafford. 36 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books. Non-fiction
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Above average
on Sep 03 2013

Though some may get lost in the details, for many children Remembering Creation will provide new information and a more sophisticated way of understanding science.

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