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In the sequel to his popular Dry Bones, this former evolutionary science teacher now helps your kids understand the truth about human origins. Rather than teach children about club-wielding "ape-men," Parker instead presents a biblical worldview of our ancestors. He also reveals that evolutionary bias has yielded harmful interpretations of archaeological evidence.^
This former evolutionary science teacher has written the sequel to his popular Dry Bones, which focused on fossils of animals. This time around, the author exposes the lies presented to the public with regard to human origins. Rather than teach children about stooped, club-wielding "ape-men," Parker instead presents the real evidence about Neanderthals, Cro-Magnon Man, and other famous fossils labeled "missing links" by evolutionists. Thrill at the biblical answers concerning the dating of fossils, early man's capabilities, and where this evidence fits in Christian thinking.
Gary E. Parker is the best-selling author of ten novels and three novellas, including "Secret Tides" and "Fateful Journeys". A Christy Award finalist, Parker has become CBA's source for sweeping sagas of faith and family. A PhD graduate of Baylor University, he serves as the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Decatur, Georgia, and lives there with his wife, Melody, and daughters, Andrea and Ashley.