Creation Ministries International, the trusted source for truth about origins,
offers our new books for a faith-filled start to the new year.
TO STRENGTHEN YOUR FAITH
A lucidly written, beautifully illustrated critique of the current arguments used in
support of evolution. This book presents science as it should be taught, showing
how it is both a natural expression of the biblical worldview and a ceaseless
witness—across multiple disciplines—to the biblical account of origins.
216 pages, soft cover; full colour
An easy-to-read book that explains how biblical history—particularly Noah’s
Flood and its aftermath—provides the best understanding of the geology of the
world around us. Discover how the very rocks cry out that God’s Word is true!
BIBLICAL GEOLOGY 101
200 pages, soft cover; full colour
Here is a great book for teaching 7–10-year-olds the true history of dinosaurs—
from creation, to the Flood, to the present. Using memorable rhymes and beautiful
illustrations, it takes children through the 7 Ds of dinosaurs—Design, Downfall,
Deluge, Dread, Decline, Discovery, and Declare—all the while showing how the
known facts about dinosaurs fit perfectly into biblical history.
DISCOVERING THE TRUTH ABOUT DINOSAURS
216 pages, soft cover;
B&W and colour
It’s getting ever harder in our time to keep the birth of our Saviour at the centre of
Christmas celebrations. This book puts Christmas in its context, using simple yet
‘catchy’ rhyme and beautiful illustrations to paint the big picture—stretching back
all the way to Adam—and so helping you to share the true meaning and divine
purpose behind the birth of Jesus—in an enjoyable way.
PLEASE, NANA: WHY WAS JESUS BORN?
40 pages, hard cover; full colour
Miracles are an essential part of the Bible and, indeed, of the Gospel itself. But
in a time when the word ‘miracle’ is commonly applied to such wonders as the
flowering of a rose or the birth of a baby, kids can lose sight of the meaning and
importance of biblical miracles. This fourth book in the Please, Nana series comes
to the rescue, using ‘catchy’ rhyme to clearly explain deep truths to children.