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A. One of the most baffling questions in the creation-evolution
discussion is dinosaurs.
1. Dinosaurs obviously lived, and according to the
evolutionary time-table, they existed before man.
2. Both Christians and evolutionary scientists alike want to
know what we should do with the dinosaurs.
B. The Bible claims that God made all living things, and the
claims sound as though men and the dinosaurs lived at the
1. Ex 20:11.
2. Gen 2:19-20.
C. Some claim that the Bible mentions dinosaurs (Job 40:15-24),
but that is far from certain.
D. There is evidence that supports the biblical claims, however.
1. The catch of Japanese fishermen.
a. In 1977, the United Press International (UPI)
reported that Japanese fishermen caught the
decomposed body of a sea monster off the coast of
b. The monster stank so badly that the fishermen took
pictures and threw the monster back into the water.
c. Dr. Tokio Shikama examined the color pictures and
said, "The animal has to be a plesiosaurus."
d. The creature weighed 4,000 pounds and was caught
about 980 ft. below the surface of the ocean.
2. A sea monster has been spotted 300 miles north of
3. The Paluxy River footprints near Glen Rose, Texas.
a. In this river bed, human footprints have been found
alongside dinosaur footprints. The footprints of both
the dinosaur and human are perfect in their
b. One of the dinosaur tracks was imposed on top of the
human footprint-this would mean that the human
footprint was left first.
c. Some scientists do claim that the footprints are not
4. The field of Dr. Samuel Hubbard.
a. Dr. Samuel Hubbard was excavating caverns in
b. In one of those caverns, he found cave drawings of a
5. The trilobite.
a. The trilobite is a dinosaur-like sea creature that
supposedly became extinct 500,000 years before man
b. However, one fossil showed trilobites right inside a
c. The human was also wearing a sandal.