Snapshots
Snapshots
By Laurie Chance Smith

Ideal for use in object lessons and illustrations, these snapshots of nature in the Bible encourage curiosity and further study of both the story and the nature subject. 
The Creator and His Workshop (PUB)
The Creator and His Workshop (PUB)
By R. E. Hoen

In The Creator and His Workshop, author Reu E. Hoen seeks to explain the relationship between God, creation, and redemption. 
Beyond Imagination
Beyond Imagination
By Jerry D. Thomas, John Templeton Baldwin, L. James Gibson

In this book, we will explore some of the wonders of the universe and of life on our little planet. But most importantly, we will explore the wonder of our own existence. Since the earliest days of human history, people have struggled with the big questions of life. Why are we here? Where are we going? What happens to us when we die?
Choose You This Day
Choose You This Day
By Leonard Brand

While Science is important, we can trust it only if the Bible is our standard for evaluating origins, evil, and our great God. Written by respected scholars, Leonard Brand and Richard Davidson, Choose You This Day focuses attention on why it makes a difference what we believe about creation, and asks and answers the question: What does creation have to do with the gospel of Jesus Christ?
Common-Sense Geology
Common-Sense Geology
By George McCready Price

In this simplified study of geology, written for the average reader, author George McCready Price explains the methods and problems of geology, how rocks are now being made, the movements of the earth’s crust, fossils, the different theories and conclusions, and much more. 
Creation and Evolution
Creation and Evolution
By Dwight K. Nelson

The debate is heating up! Did a loving God create this earth or are we the random product of millions of years of natural selection? 
Creation Not Evolution
Creation Not Evolution
By Alonzo L. Baker, Francis D. Nichol

Proceeding on the belief that the Bible is indeed the very Word of God, and that the book of Genesis gives the true account of the beginnings of our world, the author shows that the various facts of nature alleged to prove evolution do not prove it at all.  
Crusader For Creation
Crusader For Creation
By Harold W. Clark

Crusader for Creation is about the life and writings of George McCready Price, a Seventh-day Adventist with very limited professional training, who became Fundamentalism’s leading apologist in the domain of geology. His influence is staggering. 
Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs
By Ruth Wheeler and Harold G. Coffin

This book takes a look at what we have learned about some ancient creatures—the dinosaurs. 
Evolutionary Geology
Evolutionary Geology
By George McCready Price

Evolutionary Geology seeks to consider, in detail, the prevailing theories of geology, specifically, the theory upon which evolution is so absolutely dependent. The author will help the reader determine, through science, whether this order of succession among the fossils is a fact or only a theory, and if only a theory, to see how reliable it is in the light of modern geological discoveries. 
Genes and Genesis
Genes and Genesis
By Harold W. Clark

The purpose of this book is to present a review of evidence on the historical and scientific species problem. The conclusions reached in this study may clear the way for a fuller and deeper appreciation of the perfect harmony between the Bible and nature. 
The Glory of the Stars
The Glory of the Stars
By Merlin L. Neff

There is no subject that should inspire the Christian more than the study of the universe. We are beginning to put the alphabet of the starry heavens together, and they spell the words, "God is here." The author shares his hobby and love for astronomy and his increased faith in a personal God.
God Beyond Nature
God Beyond Nature
By Robert E. D. Clark

In this book, the author has tried to consider some of the reasons that lead many people to believe in a personal God. He is a scientist and looks at evidence of God beyond nature.
In the Beginning
In the Beginning
By Bryan W. Ball

Do you really want to know where we came from? This book, written by a team of well-qualified Adventist Bible scholars and scientists from three continents, provides an intelligent, reasoned basis for a continuing belief in the Bible and the biblical teaching of the creatorship of God.
Incredible Voyage
Incredible Voyage
By Keith Knoche

Take an incredible journey through God’s universe. This book will examine the infinitesimal to the astronomical, the whirling realm of the atom to the uncharted depths of space.
Life, Man, And Time
Life, Man, And Time
By Frank Lewis Marsh

Life, Man, and Time gives the “other side of the story” from the creationist scientist’s point of view and renews faith in the biblical account that plants and animals were created, as God said, “according to their kinds.”
More Seeing Is Believing
More Seeing Is Believing
By Mark Finley and Steven Mosley

This little book shares dramatic evidence of a Creator-God. 
Origin by Design
Origin by Design
By Harold Coffin, James Gibson, & Robert Brown

Here’s the long awaited, updated edition of the classic book on creation and the flood.
Origins Bible Book Shelf 1Q 2013
Origins Bible Book Shelf 1Q 2013
By L. James Gibson

This book, the companion book for the Adult Bible Study Guides for first quarter of 2013, focuses on the first three chapters of genesis. The author says that all the rest of the Bible finds its meaning in the context these chapters provide. To understand God, ourselves and our world, we must understand these chapters. They explain not only how we came to exist, but why. It is in the Creation story that "we find the meaning of marriage and family, of responsibility and work, and of Sabbath rest."
Origins: Linking Science and Scripture
Origins: Linking Science and Scripture
By Ariel A. Roth

If you accept the biblical account of origins, do you have to reject science? Ariel Roth argues that taken together, science and religion give us a more complete and sensible understanding of the world around us.
Our Real Roots
Our Real Roots
By Leo Van Dolson

First written in 1979 and is being rereleased as a Heritage Classic, Our Real Roots brings together more than a dozen scientists, each considering a different aspect of the Creation-evolution conflict, and comes down strongly in behalf of the former. 
Science & Christianity: A Partnership
Science & Christianity: A Partnership
By Robert E. D. Clark

The author views science not as mere systematized knowledge, but as a highly creative activity. When science is thus viewed, he contends, science and Christianity become natural partners rather than rivals. 
A Search for Meaning in Nature
A Search for Meaning in Nature
By Richard M. Ritland

There is a common misunderstanding that science has done away with the necessity of a Creator and that intelligence is on the side of unbelief.  This book helps you re-examine certain areas of science concerning the basic question of existence, the question of God, and His relationship to the world.
Seeing is Believing
Seeing is Believing
By George Vandeman

Isn’t it interesting that all concrete, physical objects become real to us only because of something as insubstantial as light, something as spiritual, perhaps as light. Plants take on a definite shape—in the light. Wood shows its texture and form – in the light. The walls define the size of the room---in light. This book gives insight into vision, plants, the honey bee and stone to bring to light the dramatic evidence of a Creator God.
The Story of the Fossils
The Story of the Fossils
By George McCready Price

In The Story of the Fossils, author George McCready Price explores “the science of the earth” by presenting facts, not theories, on an old, old subject.