Dinosaurs have captured the human imagination ever since they were first named and described nearly two hundred years ago. Christians have expressed many opinions about these enigmatic animals, sometimes even denying their existence. Today, however, it is impossible to ignore their reality—dinosaur fossils, including bones, nests, eggs, embryos, and trackways are found on every continent, including Antarctica. What were dinosaurs? How diverse were they? When did they live? How did they die? Are some dinosaurs still alive? How have dinosaurs influenced popular culture? What do we know about these animals from science? What can dinosaurs tell us about creation? In this Sabbath School discussion, we will explore these and other questions about these remarkable creatures.
Dr. Jim Hayward, a professor emeritus of biology at Andrews University, received his Ph.D. in zoology from Washington State University. His memoir, Dinosaurs, Volcanoes, and Holy Writ: A Boy-Turned-Scientist Journeys from Fundamentalism to Faith, was published in 2020.
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