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Genesis and the dinosaur

Author: Erich A von Fange
Publisher: Syracuse, IN (72876 CR 29, Syracuse 46567) : Living Word Services, 1990.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erich A von Fange
OCLC Number: 23870046
Description: 311 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: I. There's a new dinosaur age --
Dinosaurs are popular --
Dinosaurs are controversial --
Beliefs and assumptions come before dinosaurs --
A question of age --
A new look at the dinosaur --
II. Ancient literature and the dinosaur --
How old is Beowulf? --
Strange creatures in the Bible --
Other Hebrew literature --
Other ancient tales --
Some conclusions we might draw --
III. A time frame for the early Earth --
A time to examine the idea of time --
The geologic column --
fact and fiction --
Rapid but very slow? --
The ages of the Earth --
What we may conclude about time --
IV. Keys to understanding the pre-Flood world --
What can we know of the world before the Flood? --
Ten keys to an understanding of the early Earth --
When did the world live under the curse? --
How others view the pre-Flood world --
Comment on our key concepts V. When dinosaurs roamed the Earth --
We meet the dinosaurs --
Dinosaurs on the good Earth --
Dinosaurs on the cursed Earth --
life after the Great Flood --
Conclusion --
VI. Ancient pictures on stone --
Tantalizing carvings --
Pictures in the New World --
Pictures from the Old World --
What may we conclude? --
VII. Are there really footprints? --
What footprints tell us --
Footprints everywhere --
Dinosaur and human footprints together? --
Conclusion and comment --
VIII. Fossil finds, hassles, and dime-a-dozen extinction theories --
Dinosaurs are a hot topic among paleontologists --
Where did the dinosaurs live? --
Eggs and babies --
The contest for the oldest, first, biggest, smallest, and most important --
Current gropings and hassles about dinosaurs --
Views of dinosaur extinctions --
Summing it up --
IX. Could these be humbug? --
Surprise! Surprise! --
Humbug in strange places --
Dinosaurs on shaky ground --
Eden here and Eden there --
Bird and bone warfare among the paleontologists --
Is time the greatest humbug of them all? X. Dinosaurs in the XXth century? --
Strange notions --
The Loch Ness monster --
A genuine plesiosaur --
Mysterious marine monsters --
A dinosaur in the Congo? --
A summary thought --
XI. Journey's end: what have we learned? --
Unhampered truth? --
The art of criticism and self-criticism --
The role of the Bible --
Why evolution fails to explain --
Agreement on speculation is not easy --
The game of impossible questions --
Can dinosaur theory by evolutionists fit a biblical framework? --
A final word --
XII. Questions children and other intelligent people ask about dinosaurs --
The joy of sharing --
What does "dinosaur" mean? --
When did dinosaurs die out? How did the dinosaur become extinct? --
Why do some religious people seem to accept other scientific knowledge but not evolution? --
What about cavemen? --
What's the latest on the Big Bang? --
Couldn't God have created the fossils and put them in the Earth? --
What can I say to someone who doesn't believe the dinosaur ever existed? --
What about ducks? --
How big did dinosaurs get? --
Can you find dinosaur bones in Michigan (or in my state)? --
I thought radiometric dating proved that dinosaurs lived millions of years ago --
What about carbon dating? How do fossils form? --
Are fossils forming today? --
Who cares if the Earth is young or ancient? --
Appendixes --
Key scripture passages on the early Earth --
Radiometric dating K/Ar --
Journey through the Earth to year zero --
Strange fire on the Earth --
Giantism --
What about cavemen? The Neanderthal story --
The impossible compromisers: Theistic evolutionists.
Responsibility: Erich A. von Fange.

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