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Originally posted by OdBodAll "kinds" were created in the creation week. 😏
OK I'll stay in your ball park and rephrase the question using your words. Did god create some more "kinds" after the flood?
Originally posted by sonhousePerhaps the large dino's could not adapt to the new envirnment after the flood. And perhaps the evil-lutionists made the fossil record. 😏
Why then did dino's disappear? And why is the fossil record always showing dino's WAY lower in the ground than mammals? Almost ANY mammals.
Originally posted by RJHindsWell,you obviously won't answer the question,despite it being about your theory ,your bible and your opinion . It would seem your faith is very weak .Good luck with your god I suspect he /she will be disappointed in the way you have represented him/her.
All "kinds" were created in the creation week. 😏
Originally posted by OdBodGod would not be disappoint in him but not even in you for rejecting him
Well,you obviously won't answer the question,despite it being about your theory ,your bible and your opinion . It would seem your faith is very weak .Good luck with your god I suspect he /she will be disappointed in the way you have represented him/her.
Originally posted by divegeesterWell, the fact is that all non-avian dinosaurs went extinct at the K-T boundary, while all major Cretaceous mammal lineages survived the K-T extinction event.
Have you got a link or something which supports this please SH?
Originally posted by RBHILLThe problem is, that the extreme and illogical approach of creationists casts a cloud over religions in general. It is shame because religion is obviously a great comfort to many people. However,religion is being constantly used by extremists to justify regressive and destructive behaviours. Reason is not possible because these extremists consider anything outside their belief as worthless. I seriously think that these people do more harm to religious causes than atheists ever could, especially with the meteoric rise in information technology, if you can't make your case in a reasoned and coherent way,people will stop listening.
God would not be disappoint in him but not even in you for rejecting him
Originally posted by RJHindsso you are saying fish can adapt within the space of month or so? and adapt so much they go from fresh to salt water fish and back again???
All plants and animals that you mentioned survived through adaptation as necessary. God's purpose for the worldwide flood, eathquakes, and volcanic eruptions was to destroy the evil humans of the time, so that may have included bones and all. We can only speculate since we were not there, nor are we given detailed written account of such things. Some huma ...[text shortened]... ation, since thare are a lot of so-called missing links in the fossil records that we now have.
Originally posted by Proper KnobI answered that question a long time ago. You must of had your head up your arse again at that time. Of course, some were taken on the Ark and obviously, some of those that lived in the sea were able to survive in the flood. 😏
How did the dinosaurs survive the flood? Were they on the Ark?