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It Couldn't Just Happen Knowing the Truth About God's Awesome Creation
By Lawrence Richards
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/22 Matthew Manes wrote: The book was a great read. I got it mainly because there is a kid in my youth group who is really into studying creation and evolution, and I wanted to brush up on some of the topics a little so that I could at least hold my own in a conversation. The author did a great job at just presenting facts ... Great for son or daughter
On 11/9 Class413 wrote: I had the opportunity to review It Couldn't Just Happen by Lawrence O. Richards.I actually received this book awhile ago, and have loved working my way through it. I plan on using it as part of our science curriculum, and I highly recommend it. I think it is a fabulous resource for a homeschool or really ... It Couldn't Just Happen
On 11/4 jacque wrote: I loved this book...from the title to the pictures to the way it was laid out! It is full of reasons why evolution can't work and why other theories fail and how the Bible can fill in some of those blanks. It is a great fit for the 9-12 year old who is questioning why their teacher teaches them one ... Great Biblical Resource
On 10/12 Chantel Brankshire wrote: History may have been my easiest subject in school, and one that I love with a passion, but Science has always captivated me. I love learning about plants and animals and what makes them what they are almost as much as I love learning about people and places and events, and find the intricacies of living ... It Couldn't Just Happen
On 10/11 Canadianladybug wrote: First and foremost, I consider that this book should be read by every Christians out there – not only the age group to whom it is intended. This book is very helpful to understand the difference between creation and evolution and will help you to face others who might have a different view than yours. ... It Couldn't Just Happen
On 10/4 The Blond Homeschooler wrote: In the beginning, The earth was a dry and dreary place, but there was a explosion, and in a pool of water two cells comined to create the biggest, bestest, most amazing thing ever, LIFE. Really That's how it all began? Sure with no creator and no evidence?. well that just doesn't sound right does it. ... It couldn't just happen book reveiw.
On 10/2 lheintzelman wrote: I enjoyed reading It Couldn’t Just Happen: Knowing the Truth About God’s Awesome Creation by Lawrence O. Richard. This is an interesting book that gives proof that the world was created by God and did not just evolve. It is divided into 5 parts. Part 1 covers the Earth in our Universe. It talks ... It Couldn’t Just Happen by Lawrence O. Richards
On 9/30 J Renee wrote: I can’t wait to use It Couldn’t Just Happen to teach my children the truth about creation and evolution. Richards has written a comprehensive text for kids in the 9-13 age range that regards God’s creation and God’s word as the ultimate truth. Questions about dinosaurs, the Big Bang Theory, humans ... It Couldn't Just Happen by Lawrence O. Richards
On 9/17 Sarah wrote: This is a great book in regards to teaching children on their terms about the truth as to how the world was created - it wasn't from a chance explosion, we didn't form from one celled organisms - we and the world were created by a Creator, the Lord of the Universe. It's sad that so many children are ... a book on Creationism for children,
On 9/13 Angelica Ratzlaff wrote: It couldn't just Happen This book is targeted toward children and youth. The book answers questions about Science and Evolution. To accomplish this, Richards presents 16 chapters focused on basic science issues related to studying the origins of the earth, life, and humanity. He dedicates the ...