Building Blocks in Earth Science
Develop critical thinking skills as you explore what to believe and why you believe it! Analyze the structure of the Earth and its atmosphere while developing a strong biblical worldview of creation Compare and evaluate various minerals and rocks, the water table, and types of volcanoes Survey Earth's tornadoes, faults, polarity, magnetism, reeds, folding, hypercanes, deltas, and much more! Why a curator of the Chicago Field Museum once concluded there were "fewer examples of evolutionary transition than we had in Darwin's time" and how supposed evolutionary missing links mask the trust of there being none. To understand Earth science, it requires "teamwork," combining the methods and evidences of both science and history. And if you also use the "history book of the world," the Bible, you can make sense of the Earth's surface - altered, formed, and weathered over time, into the landscapes and vistas we enjoy today. When you understand the difference in history and science in questions related to our planet, you can more effectively discern the evidences seen in the world around you. Science is an awesome tool for understanding the workings of our world and for applying such knowledge to benefit mankind. "Scientific truth" however is not determined by consensus, compromise, majority vote, popularity, celebrity endorsement, money, media endorsement, or best-selling books - and it is at its best when it is rooted in a worldview that begins with the Bible!