Collection: Novare Science

Years 8-13

Novare advocates a paradigm for teaching science that has proven to be a true game changer for student academic achievement: Wonder, Integration, and Mastery. These principles flow from a robust Kingdom Perspective and form the core of the Novare philosophy. We invite you to learn more about our philosophy, explore our resources, and shop our textbooks on this page!


Novare Science rejects today’s artificial conflict between faith and science. We affirm Jesus Christ as the center of all things. He is the Lord of all Creation, the one “by whom all things were made” and in whom “all things hold together” (Colossians 1). There can be no inherent conflict between faith in the One who made the world and study of the world He made. There can only be conflict between the faith claims of those who believe in Him and those who do not.

The conflict we constantly hear about today is fueled by the irresponsible attitudes held by people on both sides of the conflict. Many Christians approach science with suspicion, leery that science contradicts the Bible, or worse, that it is the tool of an atheist agenda. Many non-Christians make the equally foolish mistake of claiming that there is no room for faith in the scientific enterprise, or that science shows that there is no God. In fact, the reverse is the case.

The paradigm we advocate includes significant changes to the ways teachers think and talk about the relationship between science/mathematics and the loving Creator who not only made everything, but gave creation to us as an amazing gift.

We must help our students to see these fingerprints of God revealed in nature. We live in an endlessly fascinating and mysterious world, where not only do “the heavens declare the glory of God, and the skies proclaim his handiwork,” but so do atoms, lemurs, DNA, Fermat’s Last Theorem, the integrity of scientists, the transparency of our atmosphere and the Higgs Boson. This beautiful world, this breathtaking gift of God, is loaded with potential we haven’t even dreamed of yet!