Evolution Exposed: Biology

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Answers in Genesis, 2007 - Religion - 326 pages
6 Reviews
A "survival guide" for biology class! This book helps teens to discern the chronic bias towards belief in evolution that permeates today s three most popular high school biology textbooks. Virtually every chapter in each of the secular textbooks contains implied or explicit references to evolutionary beliefs, which are misrepresented as irrefutable facts. However, in Evolution Exposed these misrepresentations are cross-referenced with online articles and publications that provide both scientific and biblical answers. Key terms are defined, articles are summarized and false ideas are refuted. Evolution Exposed is thoroughly indexed by topic so anyone can use it as a reference. Christian students are equipped and inspired to recognize and respectfully challenge evolutionary indoctrination (in class, research papers, and normal interactions outside of school). Using tables, web links, charts and illustrations, documented facts that counter evolutionary teaching in a powerful and organized fashion are synchronized with each textbook s sequence."

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User Review  - Hannah - Christianbook.com

Evolution Exposed is just that:a book exposing the faultiness of evolution.This book was written in a manner which makes it an effective tool for Christian students in a classroom.With insightful ... Read full review

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Good for general discussion, but to validate a lot of the arguments you will need a stronger understanding of the specifics that they glance over. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Roger Patterson earned his B.S. Ed. degree in biology from Montana State University. Before coming to work at Answers in Genesis, he taught for eight years in Wyoming's public school system and assisted the Wyoming Department of Education in developing assessments and standards for children in public schools. As a former evolutionist, Roger is well acquainted with the mounting pressures that educators face from pro-evolutionary co-workers, administrators, publishers and parents.

He encourages all who read this book to pray for courage for Christian students to challenge evolutionary ideas in their classrooms, and to pray for the men and women who are teaching tomorrows leaders, today.

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