Paul and Eric take a look at Day 6 of the Biblical creation account by discussing dinosaurs and man, the significance of the term “living creatures,” and the biblical classification of the created kind.
An open letter to the concerned lady who called The 700 Club a few days ago, asking what she should say to her sons, who are questioning the Bible because of its perceived failure to explain dinosaurs. Dear Michelle You were so right to ask for advice on this subject. I am so sorry that [...]
You have probably heard about the theory that is circulating now that Dinosaurs killed themselves off with their own gasses! That is right, flatulence is what actually killed the dinosaurs. Believe it or not, this idea is actually not new. Back in 1995 the Young Oxford Book of The Prehistoric World by Jill Bailey and [...]
If any of you guys ever had the privilege of visiting us when Dinosaur Adventure Land was open or, perhaps, you’ve been to one of our local meetings in your area, you’ve most likely seen us make and shoot these amazing paper airplanes. Well, we decided to put together some kits along with a DVD [...]
What is the difference between a dragon and a dinosaur? Are either mentioned in the Bible? Eric and Paul welcome Darek Isaacs, author of Dragons or Dinosaurs, to discuss these questions and more.
Eric and Paul answer the tough questions about dinosaurs. When were they created? Doesn’t carbon dating prove they are millions of years old? Did the devil put bones in the fossil record to mislead us? Why doesn’t the Bible mention the word dinosaur?
In the premiere episode of Season 2, Eric and Paul discuss interviews from the Reason Rally in Washington DC, look at some fuzzy words about dinosaur flatulence, and also introduce a new segment called Rapid Response.
Several news agencies have been reporting on “research” into dinosaur behavior by a team of British scientists at John Moores University in Liverpool. JMU is not one of the elite Russell Group of universities, but even so these “findings” are being taken seriously. The report on which I will comment was published in the UK’s [...]