Why doesn't the Bible mention anything about dinosaurs?
If the Bible is SOOOO real, why doesn't it mention anything that we actually have proof of.We actually find fossils and other ancient artifacts that are never mentioned in the Bible. But when researchers try to find things that are mentioned like the Arc Of The Covenent or even the final resting place of Jesus or anything else for that matter, they can't. How is it, that the world is still following something that we have no REAL PROOF OF?.
Asked By: Aquarius - 10/10/2006
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Answered By: slickyboy40 - 10/10/2006
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Read the book of Job (especially Ch. 38+) and check out AnswersInGenesis.org - you'll be amazed :) You would do well to arm yourself with knowledge - read "The Case for Christ" and/or... More
Answered By: ~ Nise ~ - 10/10/2006
There is more truth in the average comic book, than in the Bible.
Answered By: YnotAskDonut - 10/10/2006
I agree with you, the bible fail to mention many events that have occured. What about the cave men? The meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs?
Answered By: john b - 10/10/2006
Leviathan, in the Bible, one of the names of the primeval dragon subdued by Yahweh at the outset of creation: "You crushed Leviathan's heads, gave him as food to the wild animals" (Psalm 74:14; see also Isaiah 27:1; Job 3:8; Amos 9:3). Biblical writers also refer to the dragon as Rahab (Job 9:13; Psalm 89:10) or simply... More
Answered By: Peter_Jackson_Fan - 10/10/2006
Because theres no need to control something that doesnt exisit anymore.
Answered By: enochiansorcerer - 10/10/2006
I beg to differ. I don't believe a full skeleton of a dinosaur has ever really been found. They might find one bone and then build a dinosaur around it, so technically not real proof. I personally don't believe they existed. But if they did, God must have gotten rid of them - as man could not live with them. As... More
Answered By: jworks79604 - 10/10/2006
Dinosaurs? Job and Isiah make mention to creatures that sound like them. Look at Job 40:15, and 41:1. Read the descriptions. These don't sound like regular animals.
Answered By: RB - 10/10/2006
One relies on faith which according to the bible: faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. The bible does mention serpents and dragons throughout. Seeing as how these were ancient people who can say if what they were calling serpents and dragons were not indeed dinosaurs. And also... More
Answered By: Terosia W - 10/10/2006
Actually it does. (Check the first link below) I do urge you not to get so hung up on dinosaurs that you miss the real message of the Bible...redemption in Jesus Christ. Read the 2nd link below
Answered By: Ken D - 10/10/2006
If it was found out that Troy never existed, would The Iliad lose value? Basically, you don't have to believe Jesus existed to follow his teachings. They have a value of their own.
Answered By: miniaras - 10/10/2006
Do you know the meaning of dinosaurs? it comes from "dyno" means big and scary and "Saurian" means reptil. it was possible that God had created the dinosaurs and the name of dinosaurs were not mentioned because the creator of the name was not God but Adam. And you know too, all the animal's name that Adam created are... More
Answered By: adito_kun - 10/10/2006
the bible that we you are reading today is wrong... More
Answered By: the guy - 10/10/2006
jjit ios not necessarry that the b iblle will mentioned about names of animals like dinosaurs as you have mentioned. do you mean to say that GOD will name them one by one in your own language. GOD did not named those animals but it the scientist who named them and it is the person who... More
Answered By: Jesus M - 10/10/2006
There are some reference in the old testament. I'll look it up and get back to you. It's my belief that most of the dinosaurs were here before the fall of Adam. Some have survived. Look at all the different animals and reptiles. They have changed (evolved) in the world they live in. The larger ones could not have... More
Answered By: Rea - 10/10/2006
It talks of great sea monsters. Will that work for you?
Answered By: rangedog - 10/10/2006
You are very much misinformed.History very much agrees with the Bible... More
Answered By: lillie - 10/10/2006
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