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Facts and Faith 6(3):6-7. CELD ID 6408
|Let us reason: Dinosaurs and cavemen: The great omission?: Part fourteen in a series|
One cannot help but notice in reading the Genesis creation account just how detailed and specific it is in describing certain steps God took in creating life. It is also obvious that Genesis One provides an extremely concise summary of creation events. Since the dinosaurs were the largest of all land animals and the cavemen (here I use the word in reference to the bipedal primates with man-like features) the most intelligent besides humans, many people find it hard to imagine that the creation of such important species would receive no specific mention.