Dinosaurs, Dragons, and the Bible (Bodie Hodge), Paperback

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Dinosaurs and Dragons: What’s the Truth?

Dinosaurs and dragons have long fascinated children, scientists, and filmmakers alike. But what is the truth about these creatures?

As Christians, we must not ignore what the Scriptures say about dinosaurs and dragons and accept the secular world’s wisdom. This “Answers Book” for dinosaurs offers fascinating answers based on fossil footprints, soft tissue, biblical references to dragons, serpents, leviathans, and much more.

Go beyond the Hollywood version of these magnificent creatures to discover the truth of these icons of creation and testaments of God’s power in the Genesis flood. Designed for almost all ages, the book answers these and many more questions:

  • When did God make dinosaurs?
  • How did dinosaurs fit on Noah’s ark?
  • Where are dinosaurs today?
  • Were there really dragons?
  • Why don’t we find the word dinosaur in the Bible?
  • Are there any human and dinosaur fossils buried together?

Dinosaurs are nearly synonymous with evolution in the minds of much of the world. Studying these answers will help Christian families, church leaders, scientists, and theologians develop greater faith in the infallibility of God’s Word and his role as Creator.

Prepare your heart and your home to believe every word of the historical account of creation found in Genesis! Sharing your faith will be much easier after reading this apologetic resource on the fascinating topic of dinosaurs and dragons.

A Note from the author, Bodie Hodge:

“I want to encourage parents and churches to be able to respond biblically to the secular attacks (war) on our children. So, as any good General would do in times of war, we need to study our opponent and know exactly what the secular side is teaching our children. Then, get equipped with solid biblical answers from our highest commanding officer (God and his Word) to defend our children against the attacks. Then, teach this knowledge diligently and apologetically to the next generation, like parents and churches are supposed to do (e.g., Ephesians 6:4–112 Timothy 3:16–17).”

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