Dinosaur Tracks

Mar 8, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

Did you know there have been thousands of dinosaur tracks found all over the world? These dinosaur impressions include footprints and tail dragging marks.  Some of them are bigger than a human child! 

So how do we fit these observations into a Biblical view of history? It begins with Noah’s flood. Many dinosaurs apparently fled the rising flood waters, which had already washed over low-lying areas of the Earth’s rapidly changing terrain. New layers of sediment washed into various places, while mobile animals such as dinosaurs tried to outrun the rising flood waters. During their attempted escape, they left impressions in the newly-formed bedding planes.  These prints were preserved, allowing us to see them today. 

The fact that we can see dinosaur prints all around the world points to a worldwide flood—just like the one that is clearly described in Genesis 6-9!

(Source: Inspired Evidence- Michael Oard, In the Footsteps of Giants, Creation Magazine 2003 pp.10-12 )

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