Viewed through the eyes of entomologists and scientists who believe in a Creator God, the chapters discuss the design, nature, and purpose of insects in the world while at the same time showing the beauty and diversity of insects. Contributors consider such topics as the vision of bees, the importance of ants, and the role of insects in advancing technology and drug therapy.
About the author:
Josh Shoemaker, MA, is an Associate Certified Entomologist with over 20 years of experience in urban pest management. He has taught hundreds of seminars on insect and arachnid biology and is a former adjunct professor at Arizona Christian University.
Gary Braness, PhD, is a consulting entomologist and owner of Yosemite Environmental Services, Fresno, California. Gary obtained a PhD in urban and industrial entomology from Purdue University. His research has been published in the Journal of Economic Entomology and many of his articles have appeared in industry trade magazines.