Dinosaurs in the Bible

Are dinosaurs actually in the bible?  Is it possible that they still exist?
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    Co-Founder & Executive Director of The Creation Education Center

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    Former Evolutionist, Now Outspoken Creationist

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    Dr. Silvestro was once an unsaved evolutionist but now is an avid Biblical creationist – teaching adults and kids alike that God didn’t create man from baboons, and that the Bible can be trusted from beginning to end, starting with the book of Genesis!

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    Rich has over 30 years of engineering experience. In 1992, he and Ginger accepted a call by God into a creation ministry. This led to the formation of Creation Education Resources in 1994 where he is a researcher, lecturer, teacher, and president.

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    Helmut is president of the Quad-City Creation Science Association. Founded in 2008, they are dedicated to telling the truth in science education. He is a member of the Creation Research Society and has recently been named an Ambassador/Speaker for Logos Research Associates.

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    Nathan Hutcherson is the Assistant Curator at the Creation & Earth History Museum and an amateur herpetologist. He has been studying creationism since he came to Christ and operates Creeping Things Ministries.

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    Jayson Payne is director of the Creation & Earth History Museum in Santee, California where he leads a team of curators, scientists, and outreach professionals to share the truth of God’s Word beginning in Genesis.

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    Kyle Justice grew up in the film industry, now owning his own media conglomerate, he uses his talents and network to share the truth of God’s Word. Kyle is the director of such titles as, “Awesome Science” and “Creeping Things” among many other well-known titles.

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    Mike Riddle, as a former world-class athlete in the multi-event decathlon, it’s not surprising that he is also versatile in his “creation evangelism” efforts. View resources by Mike Riddle.

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    Michael Langdon joined the United States Marine Corps in 1995 and afterward joined the United States Army Chaplain Corps in 2003. He served as an Army Chaplain in the United States, Iraq, and Afghanistan until retiring from the Army in 2018. During his time in the military, he took 4 Creation Science courses from Dr. Kent Hovind, the creator of Creation Science Evangelism.