Dinosaurs: Marvels of God's Design
This book fills a critical need for sound science about dinosaurs from a biblical viewpoint, focusing on the five major dinosaur groups. Dinosaurs are in the news every day, as well as viewed in museums and on science channels. Unfortunately,...
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This book fills a critical need for sound science about dinosaurs from a biblical viewpoint, focusing on the five major dinosaur groups. Dinosaurs are in the news every day, as well as viewed in museums and on science channels. Unfortunately, these portrayals always push an evolutionary agenda. This book counters those arguments with solid, accurate, and biblically-based science:
Explains the latest findings in dinosaur biology, behavior, extinction, and more Covers the complete spectrum of dinosaur-related topics, from the earliest dinosaur discoveries to debate over why they went extinct Provides a visually stunning, dynamic exploration into the history of dinosaurs through the most current discoveries few have seen before!
Because of secular books and television shows, many Christians have struggled to explain how dinosaurs fit in the biblical timeline. The word "dinosaur" is not found in the Bible, which has caused some well-meaning Christians to turn to secular science for explanations, including more speculation than actual fact. Unfortunately, this misdirection has caused many people to lose faith in the Bible, especially the young generation. This book will restore faith in the Word of God as it connects the Bible with science. Read and discover how dinosaurs are part of God's creative glory!
Dr. Timothy Clarey received a B.S. ingeology, a master of science in geology, amaster of science in hydrogeology, and aPh.D. in geology. From 1984 to 1992, Dr.Clarey worked as an exploration geologistat Chevron USA, Inc., and then was a fullprofessor and geosciences chair at DeltaCollege in Michigan for 17 years beforeleaving in 2013 to join the science staffat the Institute for Creation Research. Hehas published many papers on variousaspects of the Rocky Mountains and hasauthored two college laboratory books.He is a contributor to Guide to Dinosaurs.