Fossils, Dinosaurs and Cave Men
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Fossils, Dinosaurs and Cave Men is a study of the differences between the Biblical and secular views of fossils, dinosaurs, and cave men. The lessons are designed to help the student understand the philosophy behind the Geologic Time Table, how dinosaurs fit into a Biblical perspective, and the Biblical view of the Tower of Babel event and how it influenced the development of man and civilization. In addition the student will learn how to “read” the rock layers through a Biblical view of Earth history. Taught from a Young Earth, Global Flood perspective.
Grades 9-12. Designed to be a semester study. The textbook includes:
- Fossils, Dinosaurs and Cave Men, textbook. 185 pages, over 300 color and b/w photographs, illustrations, and charts
- Geologic Time Table and the Fossil Evidence
- Life on the Early Earth
- The Genesis Flood
- Dinosaurs and Geologic Time
- Transitional Fossils
- Contrasting Views of Man
- The Fossil Evidence and the Evolution of Man
- The Biblical History of Man
- Living Fossils
- Tower of Babel
- Fossil Anomalies
- Modern Classification of Dinosaurs
- quizzes, comprehensive exam, answer key
- Carrying Case
Our 30 signature fossil specimens complete this kit. Each is individually bagged and labeled.
Samples include (see picture above): dinosaur bone, fossil clam, fossil fish, fossil sea urchin, permineralized wood, spinosaurus bone, megalodon tooth, limestone with fossils, fossil gastropod, fossil mammoth bone, fossil algae, gastrolith, ammonite, belemnite, brachiopod, crinoid stems, worm tube, crinoid head and blastoid, cast/mold, mudstone, fossil fern, shark vertebra, mosasaur bone, fossil insect, fossil wood, opalized wood, fossil sponge, fossil coral, fossil bryozoa, fossil protozoa, and neolithic tools.
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