Evolutionists believe that dinosaurs died out some 65 million years before man came into existence. Yet the fossil record provides much evidence to support the biblical claim that dinosaurs lived at the same time as mankind.

Throughout history there have been records of man's encounters with dinosaurlike creatures. From Africa to Europe to the Orient these encounters have been captured in historical accounts, stories, legends, and drawings.

Dinosaur remains have also been found that are still not completely fossilized. Large dinosaur bones have been found in Colorado with traces of unfossilized blood. If dinosaur bones were 65 million years old, they would be completely fossilized. These unfossilized bones, with traces of blood and DNA fragments, indicate that dinosaurs died much more recently than the commonly repeated 65 million years ago.

By looking objectively at the biblical account, the fossil record, and historical data, one cannot help but reach the conclusion that man and dinosaurs have indeed coexisted. It is only by ignoring much of the evidence and uncritically accepting evolutionary beliefs that the opposite conclusion can be reached.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, November 25.

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