Dinosaurs and the Biblical Account of Creation

Just as all creatures, dinosaurs were created by God. Our question should be, “Where and how do these amazing creatures fit into the Scripture?”

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Genesis 1 teaches that God created the heavens and earth and all that was contained within them during the first week of creation—dinosaurs included. Yet evolutionists teach that life came about by accident, and that dinosaurs existed millions upon millions of years prior to the age of man. So which of these two accounts is true? Did man and dinosaurs coexist as the Bible teaches, or did they live millions of years apart as taught by evolution? For someone who does not take God’s Word at face value, the only means to answer this question is through physical evidence. Therefore, let’s take a look at which of these two beliefs is supported by physical evidence.

First, we need to recognize that most of what is taught about dinosaurs and their skeletal remains is contained within the realm of historical science—not operational science—meaning it…

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  1. Hello from the Creation & Earth History Museum in Santee, Ca. Thank you for taking the stance that you do for God’s word. We are currently trying to connect with more Christians and creationists and grow our ministry. Please consider adding our blog, facebook page, and / or website to your blogroll or list of contacts.
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