When was the last time you looked at creation and reflected upon it? When was the last time you gazed into the sky and considered its vastness? When was the last time you looked at a tiny flower growing in the field and saw the hand of God? “When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?” (Psalm 8:3-4).
When we consider such things we are drawn to God. Isn’t it amazing that true science always points us to the Creator? Yet, the enemy has used the fallacy in modern science to not only draw people away from God but to completely destroy people’s faith. Evolution is a false religion. It is based upon humanistic faith and masquerading as science. It saddens me to realize just how many children are daily indoctrinated in it.
But what an absolute blessing to be able to teach my children the truths about the world God made! We have been going through a creative natural science curriculum from Eagles Wings Education Materials called Considering God’s Creation. This study is written entirely from a biblical perspective. It begins with creation, continues with the solar system, a study of the earth, first of non-living things, including rocks and weather. It then goes on with the Plant Kingdom, the Animal Kingdom, animal anatomy & physiology, and finally human anatomy and physiology.
I really like Considering God’s Creation. There are 36 lessons that can be used alone or as a supplement for children through 7th grade. In addition to the 272 page book you receive a teacher’s manual and an audio CD. As a bonus, Considering God’s Creation is very reasonable priced at just $29.95.
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Disclaimer: As a member of The Old Schoolhouse 2010-2011 Crew, I received Considering God’s Creation in exchange for an honest product review. I do not receive any other form of compensation for the reviews posted on this blog.