What causes a rainbow? Was there really an ice age? Did a change in Earth's climate end the dinosaur era? Should a Christian become a meteorologist? In this straightforward, accessible resource, scientist DeYoung provides answers to 101 intriguing questions---revealing the order and grandeur of God's creation and encouraging an appreciation of his world. Ages 10 and up. 160 pages, softcover from Baker.
Everyone experiences weather. In this fascinating book, scientist Donald DeYoung explores 101 intriguing questions about weather patterns and phenomena, answering them from the biblical viewpoint of a creation planned for our well-being. Questions about weather basics, like What causes a rainbow? and Is there a creationist view of the weather? along with questions about past weather, such as Was there an ice age? and Did a climate change end the dinosaur era? are answered in order to reveal the order and grandeur of creation and encourage an appreciation of all God has made. This introduction to commonly asked weather questions affirms God's power and illustrates the Creator's provision for the earth's weather system. Perfect for Sunday school teachers, parents, and homeschoolers.
Donald B. DeYoung is a scientist, author, and chairman of the science and mathematics department at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. He is the author of several books on science and the Bible, including 77 Fairly Safe Science Activities for Illustrating Bible Lessons. Don has been president of the Creation Research Society, a worldwide group of scientists who promote biblical creation, for ten years.