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I've noticed that on YouTube the attacks on creation are often labeled with titles that make them sound as if they are in support of creation. So evolutionists not only rage all over the site, but they trick you into watching videos that are worthless.
There is one video, though, titled "The Dawkins Delusion," which is worth watching. It's a hilarious parody on the prominent evolutionist Richard Dawkins. More videos like that can really emphasize how silly evolutionary theory is.
Speaking of Christians becoming active foot soldiers in this war against evolutionary falsehood, I'd like to see more articles and videos on evidence in the Bible that dinosaurs coexisted with man.
Although the behemoth has been mentioned as a probable dinosaur, what I have yet to see is anything on the leviathan, which sounds exactly like a fire-breathing dinosaur, otherwise known as a dragon.
"His scales are his pride, shut up together as with a close seal ... Out of his nostrils goeth smoke, as out of a seething pot or caldron. His breath kindleth coals, and a flame goeth out of his mouth." (Job 41:15, 20-21)
I don't think the Lord was teaching Job a lesson with a nonexistent, fabled creature, but with a creature that Job had seen and was familiar with. Otherwise, why did the Lord bother to mention it along with lions, ravens, goats, the wild ass, and other existing creatures?
Yes, the description of leviathan is actually a symbol for Satan, that old serpent, but I am convinced that it was a creature Job had actually seen and which was a known menace to the human population. It's exactly like the Lord to use familiar things to teach his people an object lesson, which, in this case, was that nothing was too big for the Lord to overcome.
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