It Couldn’t Just Happen is not simply a creation v. evolution book for kids. It’s a book that anyone can learn from. Though it is filled with color photos and x-rays, it is not childish in its presentation of scientific facts that shine light on God’s creation. To make it just a little more applicable, each chapter has a series of questions at the end.
The book is broken up into five parts. The first part looks at Earth, including its origins. The second part delves into the beginning of life, even answering the question of if life can begin in a test tube. The third part takes a closer look at the design of several animals and plants. The next part is all about human beings. The last part takes the reader into a quest to understand more about the Bible.
If you’re looking for a book that will answer some of your kid’s questions about the universe or life, this book will do that and much more.
**I reviewed this book as part of theBookSneeze review program**
If you work in children’s ministry, this would be a great book to have for reference when discussing creation, Genesis, the Bible, or God.
My advice (rating) – borrow from a friend (3 out of 5)