An exciting question and answer-based book for independent readers, exploring key questions asked by children about science-faith interactions.
The 'handbook' style is intended to encourage readers to dip in and out of the different chapters rather than reading through. Answers contributed by world-class knowledgeable scientists and theologians will be presented in a clear, engaging and open-ended style. Features include personal input from the authors in 'meet the scientist' sections, exploring what it means to be a wholehearted person of faith and a talented, passionate scientist as well as fun, hands-on experiments that are safe to try at home.
Additional material provides information about the Faraday Institute and the website being set up www.faradaykids.com and www.faradayeducators.com; and includes information about Science and the Bible for parents, who want to understand a little more of Faraday's approach and opens up discussion; and directs them to the website to explore further.
Lizzie Henderson================Lizzie Henderson is the co-author of the engaging God Made series that encourages children to explore and discover the world around them. A graduate of Cambridge University, she is the Youth and Schools Programme Co-Director for The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, helping thousands of young people explore their questions about science, faith, and our understanding of the universe. Lizzie grew up loving God and is fascinated by the processes God uses to bring about creation's amazing diversity. She loves to encourage young people to find wonder in exploring what God has made.Steph Bryant============Steph Bryant is the co-author of the engaging God Made series that encourages children to explore and discover the world around them. She is the Youth and Schools Programme Co-Director for The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. While studying at Cambridge University, she became a wholehearted Christian and began to realise the wonder she felt in exploring science was really an invitation to worship God. After working in conservation science, Steph is passionate about helping young people explore the wonder of God's creation and our responsibility to care for it well.