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    Geoscience Research Institute Grade 6-Lifelong
    The website of this Adventist research organization provides links to a wealth of information for students and teachers of Science or Religion. The Institute uses both science and revelation to study the question of origins. Links provide access to a wide...

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    A Christian Approach To Biology Tertiary-Lifelong
    Gibson discusses how biology "touches our lives in important ways--ranging from molecular biology to principles of health, and from the diversity of plants and animals to concern for the environment. But he philosophical context in which these topics...

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    Amalgamation of Man and Beast - What Did Ellen White Mean? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "The riddle of Ellen White’s 'amalgamation' statements may be solved by recognizing in her meaning not just interbreeding, but also incest and animal inbreeding."

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    At the Brink of the Gene Age Tertiary
    Javor talks about genes, DNA, and genetic studies and research.

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    Biblical Approaches to Biology Lifelong
    The integration of Bible and science is an uphill work that requires careful reading of both the Bible and of scientific data. It is best done in collaboration between theologians and believing scientists. No other science requires this corrective procedure...

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    Biology Through the Eyes of Faith Grade 11-Lifelong
    A scientist and Christian examines biology in the light of faith and modern social issues. He explores the biblical message of creation and applies the principle of dominion to medical, genetic, and environmental concerns. Cosponsored by the Council for Christian...

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    Christians and Bioethics - Can the Bible Help? Tertiary
    "God intends that Christians assist each other in following Jesus by participating in the life of their faith community (Matthew 18:20). God gives gifts to the members of His body so that they may help one another with growth in the faith (Ephesians 4:11-16)....

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    DNA and Design Grade 11-Lifelong
    "There is beauty, complexity, elegance and efficiency in the choice of DNA as the medium for storing genetic information, and the information itself is amazing. Some of what we know about genomes fits well with the thesis of common ancestry and Darwinian...

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    Editing Life - Modern Biology and Biblical Principles Grade 6-Lifelong
    This article considers “developing technologies that are now enabling us to modify life as we know it. What exactly are these biological technologies? How do they work? Will they be beneficial to us and our planet, or result in negative repercussions?...

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    Geoscience Research Institute Videos Grade 5-Lifelong
    These free online science videos are produced from a creationism viewpoint. Each of the categories on the main page contain multiple videos. Categories include: Seeking Understanding, Design in the Galapagos Islands, Clash of Ideas, Thinking Creation, Biology...

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    Green is an Important Part of the Spectrum 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Joy Veverka showcases what one school is doing to “go green” while using such opportunities to provide outstanding learning experiences for their students. The projects at Rogers Adventist School include solar panels, a wind turbine, and a salmon tank.

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    Heidi Schulz Maier - Dialogue with a German Adventist Professor and Researcher in Human Genetics Tertiary-Lifelong
    "It's not easy to find a Seventh-day Adventist human genetics scientist working on the cutting edge of the discipline. It is perhaps even more difficult to find one with a gift for teaching, for making complex definitions and notions easily understandable...

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    How Should Christians Treat Animals in Research? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Using animals in medical research is a highly contested issue. In this article, Mark F. Carr offers several proposals that he hopes will encourage Adventists to move away from research that causes pain and suffering for animals.

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    How Should Christians Treat Animals in Research? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In doing scientific research, we must not forget the domain of our stewardship, so as to move away from procedures that cause pain and suffering in animals. We can and must aspire to a higher level of responsibility to God and the rest of His creation."

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    In our own image? Ethics and human cloning Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuccarelli and Winslow talk about animal clones and the cloning process, as well as a Christian view on cloning humans.

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    Integrating Faith and Learning in the Teaching of Biology Tertiary-Lifelong
    Aagaard urges Adventist educators to "overtly evangelize their students for Biblical theism." He notes two components of this evangelism. First, is to "regularly, explicitly, and boldly expose the fallacy that is being perpetrated by the materialists...

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    Interactive High School Biology Grade 9-Tertiary
    Adventist teacher Leslie Samuel shares video tutorials, lectures, powerpoint presentations, games and other resources to help make teaching and learning high school biology easier and fun!

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    Is Koko a Person? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Walters attempts to explain the differences between a person and a human.

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    Isabel de Moraes - A dialogue with an Adventist biochemist specializing in membrane protein research Grade 11-Tertiary
    "Dr.Isabel de Moraes is a uniquely qualified researcher who runs the Membrane Protein Laboratory at the Diamond Light Source, a gigantic synchrotron occupying much of a decommissioned Royal Air Force base near Oxford, England."

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    Issues of Origins in Zoology and Genetics - a Look at the Evidence Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zoology and genetics are often taught around the theme of the theory of evolution. "A careful examination of the scientific basis of these disciplines show that the evolutionary framework doesn't fit with a lot of their fundamental aspects. Some of these...

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    Keto Mshigeni - Dialogue with an Adventist Marine Biologist, Vice-Chancellor of Hubert Kairuki Memorial University, Tanzania, and the Board Chair of Tanzania Atomic Agency Commission Tertiary-Lifelong
    "How does a little boy growing up in the tall mountains of Tanzania, who never saw the ocean until adulthood, become a marine biologist?"

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    Marine Biology Field Trip Grade 9-Grade 10
    Each year 9th and 10th grade students from TVA explore the rich marine ecosystems found along the Oregon Coast near Newport. Their annual three-day excursions typically include a 3-hour boat trip with Marine Discovery Tours, collecting fossils and tsunami...

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    Our Creator - the Master Engineer Tertiary-Lifelong
    Dovich tries to "close the gap between engineering and biology and looks at nature from an engineering perspective." This paper was presented at the 30th Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    Preparing Students for College Science Courses Grade 7-Grade 12
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation joins three science departments from Southern Adventist University in discussing the challenges high school students face when they take introductory science courses and the knowledge and skills we expect them...

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    Searching for the Creator Through the Study of a Bacterium Lifelong
    Looking at His creation we can see evidence that God designed things to each have their own place. Javor looks at the bacterium E. coli and notes "that even at this microscopic level, the Creator was fully able to implement a variation on the theme of...

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    Sociobiology - Why Do Humans Behave as They Do? Grade 11-Tertiary
    The Bible and evolutionary biology differ in their answers to this question. In sociobiology theory, right or wrong behavior doesn't exist in a moral sense, only behavioral strategies with differing effects on inclusive fitness. Sociobiology may be considered...

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    Sociobiology and the Origins of Morality - a Christian Perspective -3-Lifelong
    Galusha considers the implications of the new developments in the behavioral and biological sciences by reflecting on two very similar obvservations of two mothers: on human, the other animal. He then considers their "possible proximal and distal causes."...

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    Teaching Biology in the Light of Creation Grade 7-Grade 12
    Javor describes nine facts that support creationism, which can be used by teachers for creation friendly lessons. He then shares his journey “toward a reformulation of creationism in response to the thought-provoking comments on the topic by the spirit...

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    The Amazing Life of Butterflies Kindergarten-Grade 5
    This thematic unit presents amazing facts about the life of butterflies. Students will learn about the physical characteristics and beautiful coloration of butterflies. They will discover that God created many different kinds of butterflies, called species....

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    The Bible and Biology Tertiary-Lifelong
    "When scientific interpretations do no agree with a list of "biblical anchor points" or statements of biblical conclusions about biological origins, this conflict can stimulate a more careful study of both the scientific data and the Bible....

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    What is the meaning of kinds in Genesis? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Gibson answers four creation science questions: What does "according to their kinds" mean? Does the reference to "kinds" indicate that the created "kinds" could not change, but were fixed? Can species change so much that new species...