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Posted by Chris Duncan on October 7, 2002 22:54:18 UTC

You said the after effects of the floods are what killed out the dinosaurs en masse(not mass extinctions, nooo, that is something waay different). So, if God created the earth 6,000 years ago, when did the flood happen?

If you believe that the time of Noah was the time of the floods, why doesn't the bible mention the difference of climates before and after the floods(it was called the Ice Age for a reason)?

If you have an answer for that, I can do one even better...Could you tell me the size of Noah's Ark? Because God commanded Noah to get to of every creature and bring it aboard the ark...so where was the room for the 10 ton dinosaurs? Or did Noah break God's commandment? Or does it say in the bible that God said leave the dinosaurs behind?

Just some food for thought...

Warm Regards,

Chris

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