- Genesis 6–9
Teachers should read the Scripture and text for each lesson prior to teaching it. You should be able to answer the questions below prior to asking them of the student. We have included page numbers from the text where answers are found. Extra understanding can be gained by reading the footnotes for this section.
The student will understand that those dinosaurs on the Ark with Noah and his family survived the Flood.
Have the student read Scripture out loud. Have student read the text, pp. 57–65, 76–81.
- Why did God judge the entire Earth? (p. 57)
- How big was the Ark? If you can find room, “map out” the dimensions of the Ark.
- What types of animals were on the Ark with Noah and his family? (pp. 57–58)
- What types of animals were not on the Ark with Noah and his family?
- What is the average size of a dinosaur? (p. 58)
- What is the definition of a Biblical “kind”? (See Ligers and Wholphins: What Next? for additional information).
- What conditions are necessary for fossil formation?
God judged the wickedness of man by covering the world with a Flood. The Ark provided salvation for those animals and humans in it. Those in the Ark survived the Flood, and helped to replenish the earth afterwards.