Little Rowena: Story of Creation
AuthorHouse, 2004 - 234 pages
Little Rowena: Story of Creation Little Rowena: Story of Creation is a book for a young reader dealing with how the world was created. The Bible is used as the final authority for the explanation of the beginning of the world and this is contrasted with the theory of evolution which a young child learns the difference between the two concepts. Little Rowena: Story of Creation teaches a young reader the basic Christian concepts of faith establishing understanding to a youngster who likes to ask a lot of questions and is discovering the foundation of Christian beliefs. Little Rowena is a little girl whose family is rooted in the word of God. Tommy is her older brother and sparks his sisters interest in learning the word of God by reading to her from the Bible enabling him to answer her many questions with the Bible concerning creation. There is a focus on devotional time, which Tommy is able to teach and examine scripture relating to creation of man. Tommy and friends are being taught the theory of evolution in school who do their own detective work on the subject of theory and faith. This book is designed to give a child understanding in Christian fundamentals weaving the theme of creationism but also teach the concepts of sin, the importance of salvation and the value of studying the word of God.
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Adam angels animals asked Little Rowena asked Rowena asked Tommy began to read beginning believe Bible blessed blood breath brother called coming commanded continued to read created creation dinosaur bones door earth eternal evil evolution explained eyes face faith ﬁnished friends fruit garden gave Gelatin Genesis God’s word Gods hands happened head hear heaven Heavenly Father Holy Spirit Jesus Christ John kind knew light listen live look Lord loved Matthew mean Melody monkey mother naked never opened play promises remember righteousness saved seed sent serpent sins smiling sure talk teach tell thee things thou thought told Tommy turned took tree tree of knowledge truth turned the pages Uncle Phil unto voice walked watched waters wiggle woman