Thursday, May 22, 2014


“And, I wish everyone would have an immensely positive view of themselves, of this world that we are in, and of others—“

Jay Schabacker expresses his understanding of the creation through biblical quotes and photographs. He accomplishes this feat by combining the use of scriptures, interpretation of those scriptures, and beautiful photographs.

He discusses the seven days of creation in their respective chapter, ending with the seventh day (the day of rest). The attempt to convey his message of universal creation is prepared with thought provoking words, scriptures, and self-explanatory pictures.

Purposeful Design directs its reader to think about the reasons the earth was created, how we should appreciate our surroundings, and recognize the value of each other as human beings. Jay Schabacker further shares the beauty of our brain and body, physical design and the purpose for its existence.

Purposeful Design: Understanding the Creation is a great coffee table book. In addition, it is a good learning tool for pre-teens and younger children. The displayed format is simple and pleasing to the eye. I would recommend this book as a gifting opportunity to pre-teens as well as adults for conversational topics and friendly debates.

I received this book from the Book Crash Reviewer Program for an honest and unbiased opinion.

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