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I've read the article written by Ken Ham on Dinosaurs and the Bible. David Menton's articles claims birds did not evolve from dinosaurs because God created the birds on Day 5 and didn't create man and the land animals, which included dinosaurs, until Day 6. Or is that little detail one you just chose to ignore? .]2Now you start to intertwine the Bible in the most perverted way I've ever seen a christen do. So your assumption that the earth was created only 6000 years ago is sadly wrong and misleading. Our ministry is not about “beating people over the head” with the Bible, but rather about giving answers for the hope that we have ( Yesterday I spent some time on a website that was filled with people's responses to the movie “Expelled”.I want you to clearly understand that I am a devout Christian. First of all, not all the dinosaurs were land animals. Not only can the bones themselves be dated but the rock and strata that the bones are found in can be dated as well. You cannot be so absolutely literal in your interpretations of the book of Genesis. There were a lot of people much more intelligent than myself writing, including Richard Dawkins. These people were filled with so much anger and hatred, mostly toward Creationists. J., North Dakota Let us know how Ai G has impacted your life.We don’t consider the idea that man and dinosaurs coexisted a few thousand years ago (or even more recently) I've read the article written by Ken Ham on Dinosaurs and the Bible.I want you to clearly understand that I am a devout Christian.But first, the two letters, side-by-side for your reading convenience. God has given us the ability to learn and to be curious and most of all the desire to seek out the truth. First and foremost, we thank both readers for their emails.The one on the left is unedited, as usual; we shortened the one on the right (with the superfluous extractions noted) so that the two would match up better. We can't just duck our heads into the sand and say "Oh this never happened because it's not in the bible." In any new discovery we can rejoice in the Glory and Wisdom of God and know that our Faith isn't threatened. We are committed to cordial, careful discussion of the issues.
First of all, not all the dinosaurs were land animals. Not only can the bones themselves be dated but the rock and strata that the bones are found in can be dated as well.
(That said, we do believe that the many stories of “dragons” in cultures worldwide—stories that are eerily similar to what we know about dinosaurs—likely represent societal recollections of real human encounters with dinosaurs, perhaps as recently as a thousand years ago; the same goes for artistic depictions of dinosaurs hundreds of years before they were discovered—or, actually, “re-discovered”! Note that the difference in views is not about the evidence, though; it’s about what one . Old-age scientists would never say that carbon-14 can date dinosaur bones or the rocks they’re found in, because carbon-14 dating can only give a reliable age of about 50,000 to 60,000 years (again, that’s assuming a constant atmospheric carbon-14 production rate), not the millions of years that are alleged to have passed between the downfall of dinosaurs and the present.
Nonetheless, just as with carbon-14 dating, the radiometric dating methods secular scientists use—even aside from giving wildly differing ages—are based on the uniformitarian presuppositions.
The other common erroneous view, as apparently espoused by S. Yet time and time again, we see exactly what this really means: whenever science and Scripture clash, the pressure is for Scripture to be reinterpreted, allegorized, etc.—not for the science to be revised.
In fact, “science” is not so much a set of ideas, but rather a method to obtain knowledge—a method that rests on certain foundational principles, such as universal logic, reliability of our senses, uniformity of nature, and so forth.
Recently, we received two relatively similar emails asking about our contention (or the Bible’s contention, as we argue) that dinosaurs and humans lived at the same time.