Who Made the Moon?: A Father Explores How Faith and Science Agree

Author(s): Sigmund Brouwer

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Prepare yourself for questions every parent or friend of a searcher must answer.As bestselling author Sigmund Brouwer began to hear more and more questions about creation from his growing daughters, he realized that the issue could easily turn them away from developing faith in God. Was he going to stand by and let them wrestle alone with widely asserted contradictions between science and Genesis, especially as they got older? Or could he prepare himself to help them understand more clearly the truth in the Bible's foundation?In Who Made the Moon?, Brouwer engages the reader by combining easily understood science concepts with inspirational stories from a loving father's heart. He says, "I believe it's my responsibility to know enough about both the Bible and science to answer the difficult questions. I want to be able to show my children that truth is indivisible and that faith in the God of Genesis has nothing to fear from science."

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Sigmund Brouwer is the author of the Lightning on Ice series, featuring mysteries that revolve around hockey. His desire to create a love of reading in youngsters prompted his Short Cuts series. These short, quick, entertaining sports stories are designed to reach reluctant readers. With titles about extreme sports, young readers are drawn to exciting stories that interest them. His latest series, the Bug's Eye View books, takes a humorous look at everyday life situations through the eyes of Annie and Arnie Ant and their family. The books are fun for everyone, and children will learn the importance of Christian values. Sigmund divides his time between Nashville, Tennessee, and Red Deer, Alberta, where he lives with his wife, Christian recording artist Cindy Morgan, and their daughter.

General Fields

  • : 9780849964640
  • : Thomas Nelson Publishers
  • : Thomas Nelson Publishers
  • : July 2012
  • : 213mm X 140mm X 16mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Sigmund Brouwer
  • : Paperback
  • : 240