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The media teaches children that ape-men prove evolution. That's not true! This book of ape-men facts teaches kids about different types of neanderthals, the differences between ape-men and humans, and how God created man. All from a biblical perspective! Excellent for early grade school and other young explorers!
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Ruth Carter is a writer and presenter of kids' workshops at the Creation Museum. In this well-written book, she uses ape-men to talk about two very different ideas about the history of our universe.
I Really Really Really Want to Learn About Ape-Men is well-illustrated, easy and fun-to-read, scientifically accurate and Bible-honoring. It might just inspire a new generation with a love for the gospel and science.
Ruth Carter's latest book for children once again shows her deep desire to present the gospel to youngsters using apologetics. Her wonderfully written book is also beautifully illustrated. I am happy to add this children's book to our list of recommended resources we provide through Answers in Genesis.”
Today, many children are being challenged by evolution from the first grade on, and in particular the idea of ape-men captures their imagination. This book can help children to critically examine the evidence for human evolution and to appreciate the importance of our special creation in the image of God. Ruth Carter has a gift for teaching science and theology to children.”
As a mom and scientist, I appreciate having biblically and scientifically sound resources to use with children. This book helps children discern between the truth found in God's Word adn the errors and imaginations of the evolutionary worldview.”
All around us we see the misleading effects of evolutionary teaching on the minds of young people. What a joy it is to see godly writers like Ruth Carter use their talents to present to the young the truth concerning our origins in a way they can understand. Thank you, Ruth, for your time and dedication for our next generation.”