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Teaching the Sciences (4)

Charles Darwin and the Theory of Evolution (continued)   That Darwin was not simply posing some slight variations in truths that had been believed for centuries is evident when one considers the fact that in 1871 The Descent of Man was published by Darwin, This book took a much longer step in the same fundamentally […]

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Teaching the Sciences (3): Regarding Evolution

In my last two articles I have been trying to indicate how in my estimation the whole question of evolution is related to the important area of science. I am convinced along with many other Christian teachers that the field of science is a very legitimate area for Christian endeavor and study. I have profound […]

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Teaching the Sciences (1)

“I Believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of Heaven and Earth.” A good motto to be placed in large letters so that each one may read it as he enters the science laboratory or the science classroom of the Christian School is this first article of faith in the Apostolic Confession. Too often this […]

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Wind of Spring

WIND OF SPRING  by Elizabeth Yates “Wind of Spring” is a quiet simply told story of Susie Minton. The style in which it is written does not at all conform to the modern trend, and this I found rather refreshing. There is nothing to grip the imagination, yet the reader’s attention is held throughout the […]

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