An oldie but a goodie. Jack Horner is one of the best-known paleontologists in the United States. He is the curator at Montana State University’s Museum of the Rockies and along with Mary Schweitzer is credited with discovering “soft tissue” in a T-Rex bone back in 2005. On October 13, 2006, Denver radio talk show host Bob Enyart [...]
Rex Passed Out the T.R.U.T.H. About the Dinosaurs. While the 3D movie Walking with Dinosaurs received less than favorable reviews from the movie critiques, it proved very successful as a drawing card for witnessing! Did you know that Christmas Day is one of the biggest movie days of the year in America? In both 2012 and 2013, movie ticket [...]
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We have lots of evidence that man and dinosaurs have always lived together. In this week’s Creation Today Show, Paul and Eric take the Bible, and use it as their foundation to interpret the dinosaur evidence. They also look at how evolutionary presuppositions are seen in media portrayals of dinosaurs and show how language and imagination [...]
Two hundred years ago, scientists began discovering and digging up fossilized bones of large extinct creatures. In this week’s Creation Today Show, Paul and Eric show that these creatures were, quite correctly, labeled as dragons, even in scientific literature, and even after the word dinosaur had been coined. As Paul and Eric discuss the history [...]
AiG Mega Conference – Stupendous! We spent the last week at the Answers in Genesis Mega Conference. Wow! What an opportunity to sit under the teaching of creation scientists that are out there in the field, doing the work, doing the research, and bringing it home to us. Their reports outrageously reconfirm that creation brings [...]
We are enjoying the Creation Conference Excitement bustles everywhere! Here at the Answers in Genesis Mega Conference Registration over 1,600 have already checked in for the fun-filled exciting week of spiritual and physical nourishment. The auditorium is packed out! Rex, my 18-foot pet dinosaur, is chopping at the bit to get out of his [...]
Is there a live dinosaur in the Congo? Growing up, I have always loved the subject of Dinosaurs. Maybe it is because my Dad was nick-named “Dr. Dino,” or the fact that he taught and talked about them incessantly. Regardless of how I became so interested, any time an opportunity to look for new dinosaurs comes up, it [...]