Exploring Creation with Marine Biology

2nd Edition
Narrated by: Marissa Leinart
Length: 16 hrs and 44 mins
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Our award-winning marine biology curriculum is now more exciting than ever! The updated second edition takes your student under the sea to explore the many wonders of marine wildlife and habitats. Topics covered in this edition include everything from microscopic organisms that make life in the ocean possible to macroscopic marine creatures such as clams, starfish, and sharks. Students will discover how these creatures and their physical surroundings form marine ecosystems such as intertidal zones, estuaries, coral reefs, continental shelf communities, epipelagic communities, and deep-ocean communities.

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exploring creation with Marine biology

This is a great way to learn about Marine biology from a Christian perspective! Thanks!

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Science from a Christian perspective

This series of science books is Christian based. Many of the negative reviews are based solely on their lack of understanding what they were purchasing, and being angry that it is a creationist view of science. Sound science material that complements the text book for my children who are dyslexic to use for their high school level science courses.

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Disappointed

I'm quite upset that it doesn't state anywhere that the book refers to the Bible a lot and I'm very disappointed in that fact. I wasted my one free credit on this and I can't even listen.

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Beyondly inappropriate for education (religious)

This book not only falsely advertises as a sciene book when it inappropriately discusses religion in what should be a scientifically educational setting, but it is also an extremely low reading level. Even the voice audio sounds as if it should be talking to a child. It is not okay for people to shove their religion down children’s throats and I believe that that is what this book does.

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not Christian enough

I am a believe in Christ. There were simply not enough claims in every chapter that geologic time and evolution is incompatible with God. Why would an infinite, timeless, Creator create the earth billions of years ago (like all the best science suggests)? why would the God of all use a beautiful and intricate mechanism like evolution when He could just Do?

All sarcasm aside, I am a second year biology student at a religious University; I got this book for a bit of lite listening and I was really disappointed. I wholeheartedly love and believe in God and I do not see how or why evolution negates God existing. If we were to learn the exact science behind how Jesus multiplied the loaves and fishes or how through Moses God parted the Red Sea this would not make these miracles any less amazing. We are created in His holy image. Could this have been a gentle shaping over eons? When I think of the universe being 13.8 billion years old or it's massive scale I am filled with awe and reverence for my God.

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