FAQ: Where Did the Universe Come From?

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What age range is the book for?

Approximately ages 3-8, but older children can benefit, too, especially from the “parent notes” section at the back, which is written in simple English on purpose, for maximum reach.

You said the book shows how the Bible squares with modern science…so does the book teach evolution?

No.  It does, however, present how the Genesis account of creation shows the same order of events that modern science says we would have seen if we were standing on Earth watching everything happen.

So, does this book affirm a literal six 24-hour day creation?  Or does it teach that the universe is billions of years old?

Neither, actually.  While the author is in fact an old-Earth creationist and has a S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) background, the book remains as ambiguous as possible in regards to the age of the universe and the length of each creation “day” (Hebrew: yom).  The book is slightly suggestive of an old-Earth creation model, seeing as we do seek to show how the biblical creation accounts square with modern science, but the author’s view is not enforced dogmatically.

Wondering how we did that?  The creation section of our web-adapted version of the book’s parent notes explains the points presented in the book in more detail, and we invite you to check it out!

So long as you affirm that God created the universe and all that is within it, we believe this book will appeal to your family.

What other concepts does the book present?

Evidence of design, things that are too complex to just appear on their own, the multiverse isn’t a good explanation, the Bible is unique among holy books.

So, what are you waiting for?

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