Made in Heaven – Review

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Made in Heaven 1Disclosure:  I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of this review.  I received no other compensation, nor was I required to write a positive review.  All opinions are 100% mine.

Made in Heaven is a book written by Ray Comfort & Jeffrey Seto.  It is available from New Leaf Publishing Group for $15.99 plus shipping.  This book is comprised of 64 pages full of the science of how many things came to be.

Made in Heaven 2This book describes how many things in science are really inspired by God’s original creations.  For instance, the fabric of the swimsuit above is inspired by…

Made in Heaven 3shark scales.  Isn’t that cool?  I haven’t really looked that closely at either a shark or a professional swimsuit, but it’s really cool that God’s design can be used to inspire so many things!

Made in Heaven 4There are many examples in this book, so I hope that you will take the time to order this book for yourself!  The above example is the one that puzzles me the most.  Does this mean that we will soon have needles with jagged edges?  I’m not so sure about that…

This book is chock full of examples where God’s creation has inspired “scientific discoveries”.  This is a great way to show your child how God’s creation has helped show scientist how things work and how to mimic them for the greater good.  I think Made in Heaven is a great book!

Disclosure:  I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of this review.  I received no other compensation, nor was I required to write a positive review.  All opinions are 100% mine.

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Naomi M. About Naomi M.

Naomi is a homeschool mom of two, one of whom is on the Autism Spectrum. When she is not working or schooling with the kids, she likes to kick back in the recliner to read or to plan the next family adventure.