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    23 Jul '16 10:48
    Was it created as a meat-eater?
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    23 Jul '16 11:04
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Was it created as a meat-eater?
    Apparently it wasn't created at all it just magically popped up from a chemical soup and just happened to have teeth by chance for no particular purpose or reason whatsoever.
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    23 Jul '16 11:24
    Originally posted by Fetchmyjunk
    Apparently it wasn't created at all it just magically popped up from a chemical soup and just happened to have teeth by chance for no particular purpose or reason whatsoever.
    Was it created a meat-eater?
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    23 Jul '16 11:45
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Was it created a meat-eater?
    http://www.christiananswers.net/dinosaurs/j-trex.html
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    23 Jul '16 13:33
    Originally posted by Fetchmyjunk
    http://www.christiananswers.net/dinosaurs/j-trex.html
    Do you find the soft tissue matter to be vindictive of YEC?

    If you ask me as one believing in an old universe, i would say "They have a point". LOL.

    Actually, dinosaurs not being as old as we assumed (perhaps) to me still doesn't establish a definite date of the beginning of the universe.

    But soft and flexible tissues in a dinosaur bone ? You gotta wonder !
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    23 Jul '16 14:26
    Originally posted by Fetchmyjunk
    http://www.christiananswers.net/dinosaurs/j-trex.html
    Is that a yes or a no?
    Or am I supposed to assume that you believe everything on that website?
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    23 Jul '16 14:27
    Originally posted by sonship
    Do you find the soft tissue matter to be vindictive of YEC?

    If you ask me as one believing in an old universe, i would say "They have a point". LOL.

    Actually, dinosaurs not being as old as we assumed (perhaps) to me still doesn't establish a definite date of the beginning of the universe.

    But soft and flexible tissues in a dinosaur bone ? You gotta wonder !
    Was T Rex created as a meat-eater?
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    23 Jul '16 15:19
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Was T Rex created as a meat-eater?
    You sound like a stuck record. Did you read the link I gave you? If so what are your thoughts on it?
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    23 Jul '16 16:211 edit
    Originally posted by Fetchmyjunk
    You sound like a stuck record. Did you read the link I gave you? If so what are your thoughts on it?
    Since the answer is a "yes" or "no" question, posting a link is simply dodging..

    Was a T-Rex created as a meat-eater? Or will you continue dodging giving a direct answer to a simple question?
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    23 Jul '16 17:062 edits
    Originally posted by Fetchmyjunk
    You sound like a stuck record. Did you read the link I gave you? If so what are your thoughts on it?
    No I don't read unexplained links. Perhaps if you give your opinion on wether T. Rex was created as a meat-eater and some simple rational, I would be more inclined to read around your opinion. But to lazily post a link and expect me to do your work for you is no conducive to discussion.

    Now, do you believe that T Rex was created as a meat-eater, or not?
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    23 Jul '16 18:011 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    No I don't read unexplained links. Perhaps if you give your opinion on wether T. Rex was created as a meat-eater and some simple rational, I would be more inclined to read around your opinion. But to lazily post a link and expect me to do your work for you is no conducive to discussion.

    Now, do you believe that T Rex was created as a meat-eater, or not?
    Don't know for sure but don't think so. Why do you ask?
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    23 Jul '16 20:43
    Originally posted by sonship
    Do you find the soft tissue matter to be vindictive of YEC?

    If you ask me as one believing in an old universe, i would say "They have a point". LOL.

    Actually, dinosaurs not being as old as we assumed (perhaps) to me still doesn't establish a definite date of the beginning of the universe.

    But soft and flexible tissues in a dinosaur bone ? You gotta wonder !
    The word should have been vindicating and not vindictive.
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    Originally posted by divegeester
    Was T Rex created as a meat-eater?
    I don't know.
    I lean towards viewing their meat eating nature as evidence of the kinds of things God says He will rectify in the coming age.

    But I am contemplating this matter of 65 million year old soft tissue found in dinosaur bones. I am not jumping to conclusions. But I am considering the significance of these discoveries.

    60 Minutes (no Evangelical TV program, not the 400 Club )

    YouTube

    Sin and death before the creation of Adam is not a major problem to my understanding of the Scripture.
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    23 Jul '16 21:14
    Originally posted by sonship
    The word should have been vindicating and not vindictive.
    No, I think the word he meant to use was indicative.
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    23 Jul '16 21:30
    Originally posted by sonship
    But soft and flexible tissues in a dinosaur bone ? You gotta wonder !
    Why would you wonder? What knowledge do you have that leads you to believe that soft and flexible tissue should be unexpected in very old bones?
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