Cultural Issues: Creation/Evolution and the Bible Package
Set includes the following items:
Addressing some of the most popular cultural questions about science and Bible, this course will equip students to think logically and apply biblical knowledge correctly. Over 50 faith-affirming topics, including fossils, the age of the earth, the beginning of life, and more are addressed in these two volumes focused on points of contention related to the Bible, faith, and science. Students are given insights to the arguments brought against the faith and the solutions from the Bible and observational science. It is important that kids have answers, information, and strategies when facing destructive influences found in the workplace or school environments.
This curriculum has been put together to provide the answers to many common objections to biblical worldviews and scriptural authority of the Bible. Practical tests are included to strengthen the student's grasp of key concepts and terms, while providing critical thinking opportunities to put their knowledge to work. Students will learn to apply the Biblical worldview to subjects such as evolution, carbon dating, Noah's ark and the Flood, and dozens more. They will discover answers to help know the depths of God's wisdom found in His Word and in His world, and why this matters to your life, your family, and your faith.
This course will equip high school students to think logically and apply Bible knowledge correctly in regard to evolutionary thought. Particularly, students will examine issues where there are points of contention related to the Bible, faith and science. All topics are in the context of an evolution vs creation viewpoint, taking a creationist, Biblically literal and young earth view. The Cultural Issues Pack includes The New Answers Book 1 and Book 2 edited by Ken Ham and the Teacher Guide. Book 1 contains over 27 chapters on Creation/Evolution and the Bible; Book 2 contains 30. Topics include fossils, the age of the earth, beginning of life, evolution and intelligent design, and also more specific topics such as the long life of Old Testament figures, the days of creation, etc. Note: In Chapter 15, Volume 2, Ken Ham discusses gay marriage and a Christians response. You may want to review this chapter to gauge appropriateness for your student.
The Teacher Guide can also be purchased separately. This guide includes weekly lesson schedules, student worksheets, tests (including semester tests) and answer keys. Each weekly schedule is arranged to be accomplished in four easy-to-manage lessons which combine reading and worksheets. The included student pages are perforated and three-hole punched. Answer Keys are also provided. Designed as a 1 year, 1 credit course. ~ Ruth