21 Great Scientists Who Believed the Bible
The lives, faith and scientific contributions of 21 scientists who accepted the truth of the Bible are discussed at length in this book. This selection of some of the great scientists made contributions in the fields of astronomy, biology, chemistry, electronics,...
A Look Inside the Atom
Learn about Thomson and his research with electricity and discovering the atom.
"Carl Linnaeus, also known as Carl von Linné or Carolus Linnaeus, is often called the Father of Taxonomy. His system for naming, ranking, and classifying organisms is still in wide use today (with many changes). His ideas on classification have...
Faith and Science - Contradictory or Complimentary?
Southern Adventist University believes that scholars that have faith make the best scientists. Read about how they have created an interactive program to encourage others to see the importance of faith in science.
Galileo - Revelation, Science, and the Church
"Comparing today’s evolution/creation clash with other science and religion conflicts can be helpful in suggesting constructive ways of dealing with the tension. Comparisons have been attempted with a round-versus-flat earth dispute, but the evidence...
How Should Christians Treat Animals in Research?
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.
Integrating Science and Scripture - the Case of Robert Boyle
This article addresses Boyle's understanding of Scripture and nature and seeks to outline those features of his philosophy that enable him to integrate religious and scientific activity. This paper was presented at the 24th Institute of Christian Teaching.
John Ashton - Dialogue with an Adventist Scientist from Australia
"Dr. Ashton is currently strategic
research manager at Sanitarium
Health and Wellbeing, one of
Australia’s largest cereal and health
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
"How does a little boy growing up in
the tall mountains of Tanzania, who
never saw the ocean until adulthood,
become a marine biologist?"
List of Christian Thinkers in Science
Use this list to find information about Christian mathematicians, physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, and other scientists, to enrich your teaching from a Christian worldview.
Margaret Knight - Girl Inventor
Grade 3-Grade 5
By age 10 (about 1848) Margaret begins working at a textile mill in Manchester, NY. After seeing workers injured, she wants to invent a safer loom. She invented a stop. Margaret's 27 known inventions have affected the manufacture of many common items. One...
This picture book tells the story of Wilson A. Bentley of Jericho, Vermont. Born in 1865, Wilson loves snow and other aspects of nature. He used a microscope to view snowflakes. Awed by the beauty of each flake, he attempted to share it with others. After...
University of California Museum of Paleontology
The UCMP website contains thousands of pages of content about the history of life on Earth. This includes K-12 resources, the paleontology portal, mystery fossil and understanding evolution. Note that all materials are presented from an evolution perspective.
Who Am I?
Grade 4-Grade 8
A research exercise to discover who the described famous scientists are.
Who is Ben Carson? Integrated Unit
Grade 5-Grade 8
This middle school language, science and social studies unit explores the difficulties and achievements of Christian pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
Please note that Seventh-day Adventist school cannot endorse a political candidate because of non-profit...