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by Ph.D. Joseph Henson,Jr. M.S. George Mulfinger,Ph.D. Emmet Williams,M.S. Marilyn Elmer,Robert Martin

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Informative science curriculum for the 4th grader. Learn the basics about the moon, insects, electricity and more, all backed with scripture.

George Mulfinger Jr., Emmet Williams. Robert Martin (Illustrator).

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Science 4 (Science for Christian Schools). by Joseph Henson, George Mulfinger J. Emmet Williams. The full title of this beautifully illustrated textbook is "Science for Christian Schools Grade 4". This is critical, because that is what this book was designed for!

Science 4 (Science for Christian Schools). This is critical, because that is what this book was designed for! Especially for Christian homeschools and schools! Grade 4 not level 4. Not politically correct, but honest and forthright! This is basic science; the kind that does not become obselete. Try "Science for Chistian Schools" in your school; you won't be disappointed.

Science for Christian Schools Grade 6. by Henson, Joseph (Et Al) Hard . Joseph Henson, J. . George Mulfinger, P. Marilyn Elmer, Robert Martin. Informative science curriculum for the 4th grader. by Henson, Joseph (Et Al) Hard Cover. Bob Jones University Press, Greenville, SC (1977) Good. No Jacket Used Textbook 208pg. Learn the basics about the moon, insects, electricity and more, all backed with scripture. The Heroes Of Echo Company.

by Joseph Henson Ph D, Jr . George Mulfinger, Emmett Williams Phd. ISBN 9780890840283 (978-0-89084-028-3) Softcover, Bob Jones University Press, 1975.

Physical Science for Christian Schools is a 1974 work by Emmett L. Williams and George Mulfinger, Jr. It was the first textbook published by Bob Jones University Press. The book has 12 units, each divided into 2 or more chapters. Its table of contents also highlights six biographical sketches on whom it titles Christian Men of Science, including Lord Kelvin, Robert Boyle, Johannes Kepler, Michael Faraday, Samuel F. B. Morse, and James Clerk Maxwell.

3Henry Wellcome Unit for Biological Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, School of Chemistry, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK. 4Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology, MC 114-96, 1200 East California Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91125, USA. 5Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, MC 114-96, 1200 East California Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91125, USA. 6Protabit, 1010 E. Union Street, Suite 110, Pasadena, CA 91106, USA. ↵‡Corresponding author. ; bmh{at}northwestern.

by George Mulfinger, Jr. and .Published 1979 by Bob Jones University Press in Greenville, .Earth science for Christian schools Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Earth science for Christian schools from your list? Earth science for Christian schools. Study and teaching (Secondary), Religion and science, Earth sciences, Astronomy, Geology, Protected DAISY, In library.

Prior academic training and record: Applicants to the . programs must have a baccalaureate degree (bachelor's degree) in an area of engineering, physical science, or biological science with a strong preparation in mathematics and physics. They should have introductory-level knowledge of biochemistry, chemistry, microbiology, organic chemistry, physics, statistics, and computer programming plus a working knowledge of calculus and differential equations.

Biology for Christian Schools. Biology for Christian Schools is a 1991 school-level biology textbook written from a Young Earth Creation point of view by William S. Pinkston and published by the Bob Jones University Press. The book has been controversial because it espouses the idea of Biblical inerrancy; that whenever science and Christianity conflict, the current scientific understanding is wrong

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Ydely
I bought this as a joke to a atheist that loves science. He says some of it is correct but some of the "facts" in there are just terrible. If you are buying for all the crazy stuff it says. Buy it. For a real education purpose, please no, not ever.
Black_Hawk_Down
hilarious from cover to cover.
Mr.Champions
I'm not sure what standards Gandalf "a reader" sets for a science textbook but this one is not only misleading, it is dangerous. We are trying to teach our children how science works in the real world and this "textbook" misses the mark completely. If the goal of science education is to create a nation of ignorant sheep then this is the book to use but if you want to teach real science then avoid this like the plague.
ME
The really great thing about this book is that students who use it as a textbook won't be competing with my kids and yours for jobs in this technology-oriented society. They also won't be filling up the classes at UC Berkeley, Cal Tech, Stanford and MIT so that our offspring can't get in. They won't be taking home prizes in any science fairs that I'd hope my kids would win. And they won't be giving me with medical care in my old age.

They will be entirely free of any ``prejudice'' that comes from exposure to real science. They won't be interested in boat trips to the Galapagos Islands, or take a cruise up the Inside Passage to Alaska to check on the welfare of the glaciers. They won't be inventing any cures for cancer or contribute to the information economy. They won't even invent any successor to the iPad, mobile phone or Internet that might be complicated for me to use when I get old.

I'm not really sure what this book WILL equip them to do. I mean, you have to have some rudimentary understanding of physics and electronics these days to be a car mechanic or a plumber. A little learning about chemistry is probably required for people who paint houses and don't want to poison themselves or others. And even math might be too dangerous for them, given that it's used in all those scary disciplines like economics, astronomy, statistics, and biology. Hmmmmn. Do you think they'll be able to read and understand the labels on cleaning products well enough to clean my house? Probably not.
ndup
This isn't a book about science at all, but more just religious nonsense based on myth and superstition. Indoctrinating young children with this sort of thing amounts to child abuse and should be illegal. ALL children deserve to be taught scientific fact, and rubbish like this should never be printed in the first place.