Tag Archive: Dinosaurs

Feb 11

Thomas Fretwell – ‘Prehistoric’ Preachers: Dinosaurs as “The Gateway Drug to Atheism”: What is Their Real Message?

Dinosaurs have the power to captivate audiences, both young and old. They have fuelled people’s imaginations for generations. The veil of mystery surrounding them only adds to the intrigue. Where did the great beasts come from? Why did they go extinct? Such questions fuel the passion of a million would-be paleontologists still under the age …

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Nov 21

Kevin Anderson – Dinosaur Tissue: A Biochemical Challenge to the Evolutionary Timescale

In 2005 a group of researchers, led by Dr. Mary Schweitzer, reported extracting pliable pieces of tissue from a T. rex fossil. Within this tissue they observed osteocytes, common cells found inside the matrix of bone. Even more surprising, they detected fragments of collagen (a common animal protein). Follow-up studies presented additional support for this …

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Sep 02

Gary Bates – Can Dinosaurs Falsify Evolution?: Yet Another Achilles’ Heel!

Dinosaurs are a constant source of fascination for young and old alike. At CMI, our dinosaur talks are often the most requested by churches, and the subject inevitably comes up during our question and answer times. But why? After all, there are thousands of other extinct creatures found in the fossil record—types of shellfish, insects, …

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Nov 25

Book Review – Dinosaurs: Marvels of God’s Design

Everybody seems to love dinosaurs. The recent success of the movie Jurassic World seems proof enough of that fact. Unfortunately, the typical approach when it comes to dinosaurs is the presentation of the evolutionary dogma that dinosaurs existed long before man and we part of the “from goo to you by way of the zoo” …

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