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Posted by Aaron Viviano on October 6, 2002 02:01:37 UTC

"Now if you do, can you honestly tell me that all dinosaur species lived and died within a week???
They sure aren't mentioned in the bible anywhere...

That is my point, and I would like you to argue it with me."

Wow. You have no idea what I beleive do you. First dinosaurs lived beside man before the flood and for sometime after. Much more than a week I assure you. Second they are mentioned in the bible:

“Look at Behemoth, which I made just as I made you; it eats grass like an ox. Its strength is in its loins, and its power in the muscles of its belly. It makes its tail stiff like a cedar; the sinews of its thighs are knit together. Its bones are tubes of bronze,its limbs like bars of iron. It is the first of the great acts of God— only its Maker can approach it with the sword. For the mountains yield food for it where all the wild animals play. Under the lotus plants it lies, in the covert of the reeds and in the marsh. The lotus trees cover it for shade; the willows of the wadi surround it. Even if the river is turbulent, it is not frightened;
it is confident though Jordan rushes against its mouth. Can one take it with hooks or pierce its nose with a snare?" Job 40:15-24

Sounds like a dinosuar, but wait there's more.

Job 41
“Can you draw out Leviathan£ with a fishhook, or press down its tongue with a cord? Can you put a rope in its nose, or pierce its jaw with a hook?
Will it make many supplications to you? Will it speak soft words to you? Will it make a covenant with you to be taken as your servant forever?
Will you play with it as with a bird, or will you put it on leash for your girls? Will traders bargain over it? Will they divide it up among the merchants? Can you fill its skin with harpoons, or its head with fishing spears?
Lay hands on it; think of the battle; you will not do it again! Any hope of capturing it will be disappointed; were not even the gods overwhelmed at the sight of it? No one is so fierce as to dare to stir it up. Who can stand before it? Who can confront it and be safe?
—under the whole heaven, who?

“I will not keep silence concerning its limbs, or its mighty strength, or its splendid frame. Who can strip off its outer garment? Who can penetrate its double coat of mail? Who can open the doors of its face? There is terror all around its teeth. Its back is made of shields in rows, shut up closely as with a seal. One is so near to another that no air can come between them. They are joined one to another; they clasp each other and cannot be separated. Its sneezes flash forth light, and its eyes are like the eyelids of the dawn. From its mouth go flaming torches; sparks of fire leap out. Out of its nostrils comes smoke, as from a boiling pot and burning rushes. Its breath kindles coals, and a flame comes out of its mouth. In its neck abides strength, and terror dances before it. The folds of its flesh cling together; it is firmly cast and immovable. Its heart is as hard as stone, as hard as the lower millstone. When it raises itself up the gods are afraid; at the crashing they are beside themselves. Though the sword reaches it, it does not avail, nor does the spear, the dart, or the javelin. It counts iron as straw, and bronze as rotten wood. The arrow cannot make it flee; slingstones, for it, are turned to chaff. Clubs are counted as chaff; it laughs at the rattle of javelins. Its nderparts are like sharp potsherds; it spreads itself like a threshing sledge on the mire. It makes the deep boil like a pot; it makes the sea like a pot of ointment. It leaves a shining wake behind it; one would think the deep to be white-haired. On earth it has no equal, a creature without fear. It surveys everything that is lofty; it is king over all that are proud.”

I think this is a very good discription of a dinosuar. Yes I know it says it breaths fire, so what that could be done naturally Just watch the movie Reign of Fire. Beside living creatures do things even more amazing: Like a crab the litteraly shoots mini heat balls (invisble to the human eye) at his prey. The shot litteraly is as hot as the surface of the sun. If that is real then a fire breathing dinosaur should be no problem for God to have made. Yes the crab is real I just watched a show on TLC that features it amoung other animals.

-Aaron

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