Men of Science, Men of God


“One of the most serious fallacies of modern thought is the widespread notion that biblical Christianity is in conflict with true science and, therefore, that genuine scientists cannot believe the Bible.”

— Dr. Henry M. Morris, Founder of the Institute for Creation Research


Ever wonder if the great scientists in history believed in God? Are “real” scientists only modeled by atheists like Richard Dawkins, Steven Jay Gould, and Carl Sagan? Not according to history!

Well-researched and vividly presented, Thinking God’s Thoughts After Him by Christine Dao unveils what the founding fathers of science believed about God as Creator.

While today’s science establishment seeks to disavow the existence of God, Creator, or Designer, those great men of science humbly acknowledged both Creator and Lord.

With a study section included for use in the classroom, Thinking God’s Thoughts After Him will give you a fresh reminder of what real science is all about.

 


 

For teachers who need an answer key to the study questions, click the appropriate name below:

 
Galileo Galilei
 
Johann Kepler
 
Robert Boyle
 
Isaac Newton
 
Charles Bell
 
William Kirby
 
Michael Faraday
 
James Clerk Maxwell
 
Gregor Mendel
 
Louis Pasteur
 
George Washington Carver
 
Henry M. Morris

 


 

Thinking God's Thoughts After Him

Johann Kepler, Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, William Kirby, James Clerk Maxwell—explore the lives and accomplishments of these and other men of science who also were devoted followers of God.

Can a great scientist be a great Christian? Absolutely. Read what they themselves testify about God and creation.

Click here to order Thinking God's Thoughts After Him.


This beautiful, full-color book is only $9.95 (plus shipping and handling). Order your copy today!

 



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