Thanks for posting that - I didn't actually remember that passage at all. It's certainly a decent effort to argue that references to dinosaurs appear in the Bible. But a problem with the segment you quoted is that it's so abstract that you can really fit anything. I mean, it talks about animals that eat grass and have tubes of bronze for bones and rods of iron for limbs. I can argue that describes some kind of robotic goat, as much as it describes, say, a stegosaurus.
Don't you think tubes for bronze for bones and rods of iron for limbs is symbolic language for strength? That's how I take it anyway.
I personally don't really see how those descriptions in Job could "really fit anything."
Plus, there's another huge problem: if we are to understand the "Behemoth" in Job 40:15 as a dinosaur, the verse itself poses an almost insurmountable obstacle, because it claims that the "Behemoth" was "made along with [us]"
I don't have a problem w/that. I believe that all life is "young." And just to clarify in advance, the bible doesn't specifically state a "young" earth....but it does indicate that life is "young."
Great point! Butterbean, I challenge you to find a reference in the Bible to Dexter Jackson - the forgotten
Even God snubs "The Blade"!
Are you saying King Saul fell on Dexter and died?