Mysteries of Time and Creation

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In just a few minutes you can discover the foundations of origins science many people trust. Ever wonder why museums, books, and TV are so sure about evolution and millions of years? Want to know what Jesus thinks about this idea? This short introduction to Young Earth Creation for kids will give you the basics, from Genesis to radiometric dating, the Ice Age to natural selection. More
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About Cheri Fields

Cheri Fields is a creation super fan, kids' writer, and homeschooler. She started Creation Science 4 Kids.com in 2012 because she wanted to tell kids, "Isn't God amazing?!!!" when writing about science. Her background in a medical family gives her a strong vocabulary and familiarity with scientific writings, while teaching kids to read gives her an awareness of the words kids are familiar with.
Besides uncovering fascinating topics from the world around us herself, Cheri takes great joy in introducing others to the awesome creationist people, books, and resources she finds.
She is a writer for the Creation Today Show, a board member of Creation Summit, has been interviewed on the Scripture on Creation radio show, and has been published on Creation Ministries International's website. Besides her website, you can also find her on iTunes with her podcast the Creation Science 4 Kids Show: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/c...
When Cheri isn't staring at her computer surviving a Michigan storm, she's dragging her seven kids out for a nature walk, or discussing the Bible with her minister husband.

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Review by: JacksonsDad on July 15, 2015 :
I enjoyed this work. The author presents many examples from the realm of science that expose some of the flaws with the big bang theory and evolution. It is clear that the author is not averse to scientific concepts and ideas. The Bible is referenced, but many times it is to demonstrate how the topic fits well with things that are discussed in the Bible such as the unmistakable nod to redshift as a result of God's stretching out the heavens.
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Review by: Wirral on July 14, 2015 :
This is a lively, readable and comprehensive introduction to creation science for young minds. In a short space it covers numerous aspects of creation science and all the essential areas of controversy including the Big Bang, abiogenesis, uniformitarianism and the distinction between upward Darwinian evolution and information-culling and -sharing mechanisms like natural selection and adaptation. It also references more specialist areas like epigenetics (without mentioning the word), causes of the ice age, and genetic load. Many scientific evidences for a young earth are mentioned, including the fairly recent helium diffusion experiments which have pointed to an earth age of around 6,000 years.

In my opinion this e-book is the perfect antidote to the barrage of evolutionary, millions-of-years propaganda with which children's minds are deluged via media, schools, museums and other sources. It will teach them to trust God and his Word rather than the atheism-based speculations of secular science, and give them confidence that those speculations have been refuted by competent scientists who have put their faith in God. The links to creation science ministries may be a bit indigestible for children, but the children will know detailed answers are there for when they get older, and there is no need for them to quail before an atheist in a lab coat!
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Review by: Hobbe Noxious on July 13, 2015 :
You'll find no science here, Christian or otherwise. What you'll find is not just a child's indoctrination handbook, but a very poor excuse for a child's indoctrination handbook. The author doesn't even put the effort in.

Low effort, copy-and-paste garbage.

Instead of trying to actually explain anything, all you'll find are the usual twenty-or-so bible quotes. No conjecture. Nothin'. Trying to convert some young, impressionable childred? You'd likely do better making something up on the fly.
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