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Behemoth and leviathan in the book of Job
What were they? Dinosaurs? Modern day animals? Symbolic monsters of evil?
by Mart-Jan Paul
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
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
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
Dinosaurs and dragons: stamping on the legends
Dragon stories from all over the world are evidence that dinosaurs have been seen by humans throughout time.
by Russell Grigg
Leviathan—real or symbolic?
Is the creature Leviathan spoken of in Job 41, the same as that mentioned in Isaiah 27 and Psalm 74?
by Lita Coosner
The so-called ‘Age of Dinosaurs’
Why there never was a ‘land before time’ millions of years ago!
by Calvin Smith
Was Leviathan a Parasaurolophus?
Leviathan has long been a puzzle, but a likely solution is in sight. A major problem was the limits on the information that fossils can provide.
by Andrew Lamb
The Year the Water Dragon Roared
The Chinese year that began in January 2012 gives a powerful opportunity to witness.
by Carl Wieland
Mesopotamian monsters in Paris
Ancient Mesopotamian artifacts show evidence of ancient knowledge of dinosaurs.
by Dominic Statham
Archaeoraptor—Phony ‘feathered’ fossil
by 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