2 edition of Religious perspectives of college teaching in biology. found in the catalog.
Religious perspectives of college teaching in biology.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCrady, Edward. Religious perspectives of college teaching in biology. New Haven, Conn., Edward W. Hazen Foundation [?].
Introduction Secondary school biology textbooks are the central tool in the instructional process of teaching biological science in the American school systems. For example, Yager reported that "over 90% of all science teachers use a textbook 95% of the time; hence the textbook becomes the course outline, the framework, the parameters for students.
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This comprehensive work, one of a series cosponsored by the Christian College Coalition, addresses the needs of the Christian student of biology to align both science and faith. It Religious perspectives of college teaching in biology. book that the study of biology penetrates to the very depths of existence and can contribute to the construction of a consistent Christian world by: 7.
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