Item description for The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Bible by Paul S. Taylor...
Overview This classic book explains how dinosaurs fit into the biblical story of creation. Newly revised to reflect recent scientific findings.
Publishers Description This classic book explains how dinosaurs fit into the biblical story of creation and teaches God's plan for creation and salvation. Newly revised to reflect recent scientific findings.
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Studio: Chariot Victor Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 9" Height: 11.25" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 1998
Publisher David C. Cook
Grade Level Middle School
ISBN 0781430712 ISBN13 9780781430715
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Bible?
EXCELLENT KID FRIENDLY RESOURCE Aug 31, 2006
I have used this book with many children and it is fun to read. Even though it's written for children, there is enough "meat" in it to give parents some food for thought. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Science fiction start to finish. Jul 15, 2006
This book presents as fact that humans and dinosaurs lived on the earth at the same time, that g-d placed all animals on the earth at the same time, and that scientist are all a bunch of crackpots trying to defame Christianity.
If you want to believe that the earth doesn't rotate 1 Chronicles 16:30 or that bats are birds Leviticus 11:19, please go right ahead and use the Bible as a science textbook. There is no need to produce evidence that scientist are wrong when you have faith.
Hilarious! Dec 12, 2005
I highly recommend this for people are interested in crank culture and also for parents who would like to show their children the extent to which people can be gullible when they devote themselves to one particular religious veiwpoint. I would give it 5 stars, but for the fact that there are a high number of Americans who don't see the humor of it, and who foist it upon their children as if it were science, instead of their own zealous religious view refracted.
Science and religion don't play well together Nov 28, 2005
I am embarrased to admit that I own this book. A book about dinosaurs should not have anything about religion in it, unless you believe that dinosaurs had a religion. Science is the meandering search for truth; religion is about accepting an established version of the truth. If you are interested in the genealogy of dinosaurs I recommend the BBC "Walking with Dinosarus" followed by the BBC "Walking with Prehistoric Beasts".
Unbelievably ignorant dross Oct 24, 2005
This book is a fine example of the rank ignorance that masquerades as "creation science." Taylor's dinosaur references are riddled with inaccuracies and occasional outright lies. The religious aspect is no better: Taylor's simplistic literalist interpretation of familiar biblical stories reveals, at best, a Sunday-School level of understanding of the Bible. In short, the book is perfect for Fundies who like their religion spoon-fed to them in comforting, easily digestible bite-size chunks. Thinking Christians and non-Christians, however, should leave this book on the shelf.