New Book 'Remembering Creation' Says it’s Not Rocket Science: it’s the Solar System

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Science educator and author Gordon Hunter explains origins of the solar system, life on Earth.

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Explaining of the scientific origins of the solar system can seem like an astronomical task, but it doesn’t have to be.

In Remembering Creation, Gordon Hunter explains the scientific origins of the solar system as well as other scientific subjects in a way that is easy to understand, which will appeal to readers of all ages. Besides explaining the origins of the solar system, Hunter also covers star life cycles, how life was created on Earth and how memory was born.

“Creation is an ongoing process,” said Hunter. “We have humble, but glorious beginnings. We are made of stardust.”

Hunter has been a science educator for most of his professional life and was a successful science consultant for public schools for many years. In addition, his scientific research has been published in several scientific journals and has won many teaching awards.

“No one else with my background has attempted to make these subjects this easy to understand,” said Hunter. “This book is perfect for all people who are seeking to learn more about creation and the scientific beginnings of life on Earth.”

Remembering Creation
By Gordon Hunter
ISBN: 978-1-46698-470-7
Softcover retail price: $18.41
E-book price: $3.99

About the author

Gordon Hunter is an award-winning professor of biology with 42 years experience in the sciences as a radar instructor in the US Air Force, a public school general science teacher, and a science-teaching consultant for public school teachers.

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