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Creation Day 1
Discusses the properties of light that contribute to make our planet habitable
Creation Day 2
What are the properties of the earth's atmosphere that make it just right to sustain life?
Creation Day 3
Explains how the composition of the crust, properties of water, and metabolism of plants contribute to support life on earth
Photo gallery of features of geologic and paleontologic interest.
Leonard Brand. 2020. Pacific Press Publishing Association. ISBN-13 : 9780816365203
Have scientists created life? What is the meaning of the famous “Miller-Urey Experiment,” which produced amino acids from a simulated primordial atmosphere? Could life begin by chance in a "primordial soup"? Evaluate the theory that life began on mineral or clay surfaces in the ocean, perhaps around hydrothermal vents. How have developments in chaos theory and emergent properties affected our understanding of the origin of life problem? Has life been found on Mars?
Canadian Rocky Mountains
Leonard R. Brand. 2019. Pacific Press. ISBN-13: 978-0816365029
A book that explores the creationist worldview in the form of a dialogue
Michael Newton Keas. 2019. Intercollegiate Studies Institute. ISBN-13: 978-1610171533
Many false myths about the history and relationship of Christianity and science have entered the popular culture. This book traces seven of these myths to their origins.
Marcos Eberlin, 2019. Discovery Press. ISBN-13: 978-1936599653
Intelligent design seen from nitrogen-processing bacteria to bird eggshells and respiratory regulation.
Numbers in Nature
Shows some examples of biological and human designs built around mathematical patterns such as the Fibonacci sequence and golden ratio.
Michael J. Behe. 2016. Free Press; 2nd edition. ISBN-13: 978-0743290319
Ariel A. Roth. 2008. Autumn House Publishers. ISBN-13: 978-0812704488
William Dembski and Jonathan Wells. 2008. ISI Distributed Titles. ISBN-13: 978-0980021301
John F. Ashton, (Editor). 2001. Master Books. ISBN-13: 978-0890513415