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Creation evangelism with ‘Dinosaurs from Eden’
A pastor shares how he evangelizes using his own dinosaur artwork that provides talking points.
by Ron Neller
T. rex dinosaur relatives found buried together
Did T. rex relatives live and die together, or are the scientists right that these Teratophoneus fossils were buried together in a flood?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Some strengths and weaknesses of the polymer shield explanation for soft tissue fossils
Does the evidence justify invoking this mechanism to preserve soft tissues for millions of years?
by Brian Thomas, Stephen Taylor, and Kevin Anderson
The bigger they are …
Skeptics say if humans and dinosaurs co-existed, then we would have been easy prey for such monsters. Or would the reverse be the case?
by Carl Wieland
Pre-Flood predatory dinosaur interactions and the fossil record
Carnivorous dinosaurs pre-Flood: Wouldn’t lots of apex predators be problematic for the biblical creation perspective?
by Philip Bell
Dinosaur soft tissue gets ‘ironic’ response
The significant amount of soft tissue being found in dinosaur bones is causing evolutionists to grasp at straws in order to explain its existence.
by Calvin Smith
DNA and bone cells found in dinosaur bone
Dino bone has DNA in just the right positions to be from the dino. But measured rates of DNA decay in bones prohibit survival for 65 million years.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
‘Feathered’ dinos: no feathers after all!
Detailed analysis of Sinosauropteryx and decaying animals provides evidence for rapid burial, consistent with a global Flood. Also, claimed protofeathers were really support fibres for a single structure, like a crest.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
‘Carnivorous’ dinosaurs had plant diet
Theropods, the dino group that includes T.rex, were all predators, right? No, about half of them had a salad diet! See also how they challenge dino-to-bird dogma.
by Jonathan Sarfati and Liita Cosner
What’s the rabbitfish–T.rex connection?
The discovery of a Brazilian rabbitfish has been likened to finding a living dinosaur.
by David Catchpoole
Dino protein denial
Rather than question the millions-of-years paradigm, researchers are willing to not just ignore key evidence, but even to find ways to deny it!
by David Catchpoole
Dinosaur soft tissue and protein—even more confirmation!
Mary Schweitzer announces even stronger evidence, this time from a duckbilled dino fossil, of even more proteins—and the same amazingly preserved flexible blood vessel and cell structures as before.
by Carl Wieland