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Dinosaurs and the Bible

Dinosaurs and the Bible
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This presentation by Steve Wolfe was recorded at the Seattle Creation Conference, August 2006.

Evolutionary scientists tell us that dinosaurs have been extinct for over 65 million years, long before the first humans evolved. Many people assume that the mere existence of dinosaurs (and their fossils) discredits the Bible and is proof of evolution. But what does the Bible say about dinosaurs? Is there any evidence that they lived at the same time as people? What about recent findings of red blood cells and still elastic soft tissue in dinosaur bones? This presentation will show how a proper understanding of these amazing creatures confirms Scripture and can be used as an evangelistic tool to help point people to the Creator.


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Fossils and Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs are a diverse group of extinct reptiles best known for the varieties that reached enormous sizes. They included both carnivores (meat eaters), such as the monstrous Allosaurs that reached 40 ft in length, as well as herbivores (plant eaters) like Diplodocus that may have exceeded 115 ft. The name "dinosaur" means terrible lizard, which was coined in 1842 by the creationist paleontologist Richard Owen from the Greek words deinos ("terrible") and sauros ("lizard"). Dinosaurs are found in abundance in the fossil record due to the size and durability of their bones. Most creation scientist interpret the existence of such fossils to mean that the organisms were alive at the time of the global flood, which is described in the Biblical book of Genesis. Furthermore because the text says that all land animals were placed on Noah's ark, if correct the dinosaur was also included in their number, and became extinct very recently.

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