Rod and Staff Science

Evolution is a belief system. Evolutionary ideas preexisted Darwin by several millennia and was alive in the ancient world. Darwin simply popularized it. It was not and is not the result of scientific research. Serious efforts are made to try to prove it scientifically, but it cannot be scientifically proven. Think about it—it is logically and mathematically impossible.

Creation is also a belief system based upon the Biblical record. Scientific facts support the Biblical record. The millions of plants and animals alive today that continue to live and reproduce after their kind speak loudly of a wise and intelligent Creator. The testimony of nature all around us is totally visible to the common man. Rod and Staff presents science in the real world and honors the God who created it. Select any of the grade levels below and view the table of contents and sample lessons to see how Rod and Staff approaches their study of science.

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Patterns of Nature consists of 30 lessons bound in an illustrated 126-page workbook. Such subjects as seasons, seeds, wildflowers, weeds, trees, mammals, insects, songbirds, and the celestial bodies are introduced on the child's level.

God's Protected World is a 216-page hardcover textbook that consists of 39 lessons in 7 units with 4-8 lessons per unit, plus a review lesson for each unit. Many illustrations and photographs help to convey the interesting lessons. Such subjects as water, useful materials, seasons, the heavenly bodies, rainbows, heat and cold, caring for our bodies, different types of animals, machines, and stewardship are introduced on the child's level. Through this study, pupils gain an enjoyment and appreciation of nature and recognize God as the Creator.

Every unit introduction in God's Inspiring World makes reference to the inspiring Book of Job. A number of places in the Bible account of Job's discussion with his friends, the subject of the natural world is mentioned. This discourse is followed by the climax of God Himself asking Job and his friends many questions about the world He created.

God's Wonderful World contains 40 regular lessons and 8 review lessons. All regular lessons also include a short review exercise. A few reviews draw from previous units. God's Marvelous Works, Book 1 is a nature series designed to open both the eye and the mind. Plants and animals surround us, yet often we are unseeing and unthankful.

God's Inhabited World contains 37 lessons, including reviews. It covers the solar system, energy, food chains, electricity and magnetism, body systems and health, and the earth with its support of life. God's Marvelous Works, Book 2, containing 30 lessons, helps students to see the order, design, and harmony that God has created in the delicate relationship of the plants and animals that surround us.

God's Orderly World for grade 7 is a continuation of the general science series, with units covering the topics of life on earth, the earth's resources, sound, fire, gravity, diseases, and agriculture.

God's Orderly World for grade 8 is a continuation of the general science series, covering the topics of astronomy, heat, weather, and several units about the human body.

God's Orderly World for grades 9 and 10 is the completion of the general science series, with units covering the topics of light, work, energy, chemistry, electricity, and some aspects of reproduction.

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