Science in the Scientific Revolution Set
Science in the Scientific Revolution is the third book in an engaging, hands-on elementary science series that uses history as its guide. Covering the works of natural philosophers from 1543 to the 1600s, it offers a diverse range of topics including astronomy, anatomy, botany, and physics.
The course is designed to teach how scientific understanding has evolved, with a focus on devout Christian philosophers and their pursuit of knowledge to understand God’s creation. It provides a comprehensive look at scientific concepts developed during this significant historical period.
This set includes the textbook and the helps & hints book, offering a complete resource for teaching and understanding the subject matter.