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Creation Day 1
Discusses the properties of light that contribute to make our planet habitable
Creation Day 2
What are the properties of the earth's atmosphere that make it just right to sustain life?
Creation Day 3
Explains how the composition of the crust, properties of water, and metabolism of plants contribute to support life on earth
What was created on the first day of creation week? What was created on the fourth day of creation week? Why doesn't the sequence of the days of creation match the sequence in the fossil record? Could the days of creation actually represent periods of a thousand years each, as in 2 Peter 3:8? Could the "days" of creation represent indefinite periods of time? Did the creation take place 6000 years ago? How did Cain find a wife if there were no other humans around before creation week? Do Genesis 1 and 2 present different accounts of the creation? What unsolved questions about creation week are of greatest interest?
Creation Day 5
Illustrates some examples of ingenuous functional design and cooperation in marine organisms and birds
Creation Day 6
Illustrates complex and functional systems in terrestrial organisms and addresses the uniqueness of humans
Creation Week Banner, Day 1
Some of the properties of light and the Sun that make life possible
Creation Week Banner, Day 2
Our planet's atmosphere is ideal for life and exploration
Jim Gibson, Ronny Nalin, Humberto Rasi (Editors). 2021. Andrews University Press. ISBN-13: 978-1940980300
Creation Week Banner, Day 3
The earth's crust, water, and plants contribute to the subsistence of life
Stephen C. Meyer. 2021. New York: HarperOne. ISBN-13: 978-0062071507
Book review by Jim Gibson
Creation Week Banner, Day 4
Relation of the Sun and the Moon to the Earth and some biological cycles
2020. Kendall Hunt Religious Publishing. ISBN-13: 978-1792425424
What are the "Genesis kinds?" How do we account for predators, parasites and poisonous creatures if animals originally ate plants? Aren't there limits to how much species can change? What is the taxonomic unit that best represents the originally created kinds? Can species change rapidly enough to account for present biodiversity in a relatively short time? How do we explain the genetic and molecular similarities of humans and chimpanzees? What unsolved problems about change in species are of greatest interest?
Marcos Eberlin, 2019. Discovery Press. ISBN-13: 978-1936599653
Intelligent design seen from nitrogen-processing bacteria to bird eggshells and respiratory regulation.
Stephen O. Searfoss. 2019. Independently published. ISBN-13: 978-1697012446
Gerald A. Klingbeil, (Editor). 2015. Andrews University Press. ISBN-13: 978-19409800906
A more expanded, scholarly version of the book He Spoke and It Was.
Gerald A. Klingbeil, (Editor). 2015. Pacific Press Publishing Association. ISBN-13: 978-0816358335
John C. Sanford. 2014. FMS Publications; 4th edition. ISBN-13: 978-0981631608
Paul Garner. 2009. Evangelical Press USA. ISBN 13: 978-0852346921
Book review by Jim Gibson
Ben Clausen and Gerald Wheeler. 2006. Review and Herald Publishing Association. ISBN-13: 9780828019859