Is reproduction discussed in the elementary Human Anatomy and Physiology textbook?


In Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology, lesson 14 covers growth and development. In this lesson, a section discusses how we started from a single cell, which divided many times. These cells developed into a person, which grew inside the mother's womb. This lesson explains the development of each person outside the womb. The lesson progresses to explain genetics, chromosomes, mitosis, and meiosis. This lesson concludes with a discussion on being made in the image of God. Another section compares creation and evolution, and students are encouraged to continue their growth and development with daily reading in God's Word. In this textbook, the terms "sperm," "egg," and "abortion" are never used. The textbook does not teach details of sexual health or the physical and hormonal changes that occur during the teen years.

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