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Why doesn't the Genesis writer mention creation of Dinosaurs?


The creation narrative in The Genesis clearly looks to be a fruit of fertile imagination. For one thing there was no one to record the events of creation when it happened. Another reason why the narrative proves to be just imaginative is because Adam and Eve have just two sons and they go out in the world and take wives for themselves. From where did these wives come?

 

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    cascoly 4 years ago

    it's not for lack of space - it's for lack of knowledge - in the case of lemurs [and polar bears], they're too far away in distasnce; in the csse of dinosaurs, they're too far away in time - no one in those times knew about dinosaurs

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    cascoly 4 years ago

    you obviously know little about dinosaurs - they came in a range of sizes, and some were the smartest creatures then on the planet. not to mention, of course, that most dinosaurs were extinct millions of years before humans evolved


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