The Common Good
July 2008

Real Product

by Alexis Vaughan, Rose Marie Berger | July 2008

Real product
Our Plastic Home
Don't know what to get for the person who bought a lifetime family membership to the Kentucky-based Creation Museum? Try the "Creation Globe" from ...

Real product Our Plastic Home Don't know what to get for the person who bought a lifetime family membership to the Kentucky-based Creation Museum? Try the "Creation Globe" from David C. Cook. This toy "in¬creases motor and size relationship skills while teaching the Biblical Creation story." Six plastic nesting globes depict those first six days as revealed in Genesis 1. The box contains a mini-curriculum with Bible verses and an object lesson "to help reinforce God's story of creation." It all comes with lots of extra packaging. Caution: A possible choking hazard to babies and biologists.
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