Made in Heaven, by Ray Comfort and Jeffrey Seto, is a tremendous book about how man looks to God's creation for ideas in design, architecture, and improved products. For example, windshield wipers were made to imitate the blinking of an eye as it spreads moisture through the eye. This book shows 32 examples of how God's work is a masterpiece, and many scientists today are studying creation to learn how to make better products. With colorful photos and helpful explanations on each page, Made in Heaven is sure to impress and captivate any young person.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in how things work. By reading it, I was convicted of how amazing God is, and how he thought everything through in detail. The text is simple to follow and the pictures are very interesting. But the main reason I loved it was because it was so intriguing how many things were made after what God did in his creation. Made in Heaven is a magnificent book that I know will interest you as much as it did me. Ė Lauren Oliver, age 12, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
Science shamelessly steals from Godís creation, yet refuses to give God the glory!
How the glow of a catís eyes innovates road reflectors
The naturally sticky inspirations for Velcro and barbed wire
A flyís ear, the lizardís foot, the mothís eye, and other natural examples are inspiring improvements and new technologies in our lives
Engineers and inventors have long examined Godís creation to understand and copy complex, proven mechanics of design in the science known as biomimicry. Much of this inspiration is increasingly drawn from amazing aspects of nature, including insects to plants to man in search of wisdom and insight. We are surrounded daily by scientific advancements that have become everyday items, simply because man is copying from Godís incredible creation, without acknowledging the Creator.