These "Champions of Invention" are the men who created and discovered some of the world's most important inventions From Gutenberg's Printing Press, to Benjamin Franklin's capture of electricity, to Samuel Morse and the telegraph, these short biographical chapters will acquaint students with the tales of these gifted thinkers. 71 pages, indexed, softcover.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 96 Vendor: Master Books Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.25 (inches) ISBN: 0890512787 ISBN-13: 9780890512784 Availability: In Stock
Tiner, an educator and author of books like Exploring the History of Medicine and Exploring Planet Earth, uses his communication skills to introduce this first book in a new series. In this first book, we learn that inventors like Charles Babbage (computer); Michael Faraday (electric generator); and John Gutenberg (movable type/printing press) gave credit for their achievements to God. The Champions of Discovery Series lists many of the great men of science who also held to a firm faith in God. From Sir Isaac Newton to Louis Pasteur, these intellectuals merely considered that they were thinking God's thoughts after Him. Bible's teachings.