A Feathered Dinosaur Tail?

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This is Ken Ham, a publisher of the award-winning family magazine called Answers

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Let’s say you find a chunk of fossil tree resin called amber. Inside are gorgeous feathers. They’re clearly feathers—you can see the intricate details. What creature would you say they were from?

Well, your answer depends on your worldview. If you’re an evolutionist, you’d likely agree with the researchers who found the fossil specimen. They said it was … a dinosaur tail!

So why not a bird? Well, because of the evolutionary worldview that insists dinosaurs had feathers … and therefore birds are dinosaurs.

But starting with the Bible, birds aren’t dinosaurs. Those fossil feathers were bird feathers.

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