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From The New Answers DVD 1
Evolutionists claim dinosaurs lived millions of years ago. But it is important to realize that when they dig up a dinosaur bone it does not have a label attached showing its date. The Bible states that God made the land animals, including dinosaurs, on Day Six (Genesis 1:24–25), so they date from around 6,000 years ago.
According to the Bible, humans and dinosaurs originally lived at the same time; they were not separated by millions of years. There are many biblical and extrabiblical clues that humans continued to have first-hand knowledge of dinosaurs after the Flood. The Bible mentions several large, mysterious animals.
When someone finds a dinosaur bone, he gauges the depth of the bone in the sedimentary layers and then uses the date that is assigned to that depth. As Christians, we look at this same evidence: dinosaurs and the depth at which their bones are buried. Then we look at the biblical explanation of the geologic layers.
For decades, dinosaurs have troubled Christians who didn’t know how to explain them from the Bible.
The Bible gives us a framework for explaining dinosaurs in terms of thousands of years of history, including the mystery of when they lived and what happened to them.
Most museums and books portray lots of dinosaur scenes, separated by millions of years. But what if all these diverse environments existed at the same time?
Dinosaurs are among the most amazing and diverse group of animals to ever walk the planet.
A study of proteins extracted from a T. rex fossil has evolutionists highlighting the long-asserted connection between dinosaurs and birds, according to a study reported on by National Geographic News.
A mummified dinosaur reminds us that evolutionary ages are often only superficially accurate.
A recent fossil discovery in China has evolutionists scratching their heads over a mammal’s last meal.
Demonstrate the difficulty of reliably reconstructing the past, by using what we see in the present, without an eyewitness.