This high-school level biology course teaches about God's creation and is true to a six-day/young-earth creationism. It presents basic biology in an understandable, user-friendly manner, covering the following topics: finding order in complexity, the continuity of life, the world of living things, small plants and little animals, animal life, the biology of man, plant life, theories of biological change, and ecology and conservation. It also addresses the creation vs. evolution debate.
Originally developed by the Creation Research Society, this course provides a scientific education that acknowledges God's role throughout all of his creation; and, it recognizes that the universe was created by God and is sustained by Him. Review questions are located throughout (and at the end of) each chapter. Interspersed throughout the book are also questions to have the student think "beyond the text."
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Complete all chapter review questions and 17 tests. The chapter review questions are to be graded by the instructor; tests will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS).
There is no lab requirement for this course. If you wish to add a lab component (33 experiments) that you would complete independently and not return to CLASS, you may purchase our biology lab kit.
|Suggested Grade: 9th - 12th|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit|
|Course Materials: textbook, teacher's manual,* and 17 tests*|
|Primary Text Details|
|Title: Biology: A Search for Order in Complexity|
|Authors: Leslie Mackenzie, David K. Arwine, Edward J. Shewan, and Michael J. McHugh, eds.|
|Publisher: Christian Liberty Press|
|Copyright: 2004 (2nd edition)|
|Hardbound: 418 pages|
|* Item published by Christian Liberty|