Creation Seminar 3 Dinosaurs and the Bible (With Subtitles)



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Creation Seminar 3 Dinosaurs and the Bible (With Subtitles)
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This is the third of the Creation Seminar series by Dr. Kent Hovind. This seminar covers the dinosaurs: 0:48

Is it true that humans never saw dinosaurs? Pre-FLood and The Flood of Noah: 2:28

Jeremiah 2:27
Saying to a stock, Thou art my father; and to a stone, Thou hast brought me forth: for they have turned their back unto me, and not their face: but in the time of their trouble they will say, Arise, and save us.

Evolution in a nutshell: 10:49

The Flood, Post-Flood and Flood legends around the world: 15:30

Where is Noah’s Ark? More about the Ark: 18:55

What made the dinosaurs go extinct? Did they go extinct? Are dinosaurs simply dragons? Dragons in the Bible and throughout history: 27:11

Dinosaurs mentioned in the bible: Behemoth (Job 40:15), Leviathan (Job 41:1; Psalms 74:14;Psalms 104:26; Isaiah 27:1), Unicorns (Numbers 24:8; Psalms 92:10; Job 39:9-12; Isaiah 34:7) and Pterosaur (Isaiah 14:29; Isaiah 30:6). More Dinosaurs scriptures ( Deuteronomy 32:33; Job 30:29; Psalm 91:13; Isaiah 34:13; Isaiah 43:20; Jeremiah 14:6). The scientific facts within the bible. Satan’s Plan and his use of Dinosaurs to deceive the world: 54:45

Dinosaurs that are still alive! Chipekwe, Mokele-Mbembe, N’Goubou, Urufere, Nessie, Ogopogo, Caddy, Memphre, Bessie, Champ monster, etc: 1:20:20

(Digression) A shocking story of a dinosaur killing people in 1963: 1:43:45

Some Pterodactyls are still alive! Kongamato, Orang-bati, Ropen, Thunderbirds, Piasa, etc: 1:46:26

What does God want from us?: 1:49:00

Some interviews with people who saw living dinosaurs along with videos of living dinosaurs: 1:49:41

Answering the Call and becoming a child of God: 2:16:58

The voice recording of a living dinosaur!: 2:19:06

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Radio Call-In #5: Unity Church, Justification, Dinosaurs, Backsliding, Campbellite Debate



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See playlist, “Our Radio Shows with National Christian Authors & Music Vids” with over 49 videos at All videos from this “Bible Answers Radio Call-in” series will be posted on that playlist as they are uploaded on YouTube. Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel CAnswersTV for over 670 uploaded videos at see also our websites: & presents the “In Defense of the Faith” crew in their weekly live call-in Bible answers radio show in Austin, Texas. The premise for the show was very simple – to answer people’s questions & arguments (Jude 3) concerning the Bible & to consistently present the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Topics for this broadcast:

1. The Unity School of Christianity of Unity – This Gnostic & metaphysical cultic religion was founded in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1889 by Charles Fillmore (1854–1948) and Myrtle Fillmore (1845–1931) after Mrs. Fillmore had been cured of her tuberculosis, she believed, by spiritual healing. This resulted in the Fillmores’ studying spiritual healing and being influenced by Emma Curtis Hopkins and Mary Baker Eddy (the founder of Christian Science).

2. Biblical definition of Justification & Sanctification –
Justification is the declaring of a person to be just or righteous. It is a legal term signifying acquittal – Romans 5:9, Romans 3:26.
Sanctification – The Greek word translated “sanctification” (hagiasmos [aJgiasmov”]) means “holiness.” To sanctify, therefore, means “to make holy.” Human beings ultimately cannot sanctify themselves. The Triune God sanctifies. The Father sanctifies ( 1 Cor 1:30 ) by the Spirit ( 2 Thess 2:13 ; 1 Peter 1:2 ) and in the name of Christ ( 1 Cor 6:11 ). 2 Thessalonians 4:3-6.

3. What about dinosaurs in the Bible – Job chapters 40 & 41?
The behemoth is said to be the mightiest of all God’s creatures, a giant whose tail is likened to a cedar tree (Job 40:15). The Old Testament uses the Hebrew word tanniyn, which is translated a few different ways in our English Bibles. Sometimes it’s “sea monster,” and sometimes it’s “serpent.” It is most commonly translated “dragon.” The tanniyn appear to have been some sort of giant reptile. These creatures are mentioned nearly thirty times in the Old Testament and were found both on land and in the water.
Leviathan (/lᵻˈvaɪ.əθən/; Hebrew: לִוְיָתָן, Modern Livyatan, Tiberian Liwyāṯān) is a sea monster referenced in the Hebrew Bible in the Book of Job, Psalms, and Isaiah.

4. How do you know if you are saved? What about backsliding?
the Bible encourages us to examine ourselves to see if we are truly “in the faith” (2 Corinthians 13:5). Thankfully, God has given us ample instruction for how we can know for sure that we have eternal life. The first epistle of John was actually written for that purpose, as it states in 1 John 5:13, “I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.” Christians do sin (1 John 1:8), but the Christian life is not to be identified by a life of sin. Believers are a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17). We have the Holy Spirit in us producing good fruit (Galatians 5:22-23). A Christian life should be a changed life. Christians are forgiven no matter how many times they sin, but at the same time Christians should live a progressively more holy life as they grow closer to Christ. We should have serious doubts about a person who claims to be a believer yet lives a life that says otherwise. Yes, a true Christian who falls back into sin is still saved, but at the same time a person who lives a life controlled by sin is not truly a Christian.

5. Is the “Sinner’s Prayer” Biblical? Is “Accepting Jesus into Your Heart” Biblical? Debate with a Campbellite “Church of Christ” preacher on water baptism in Acts 2:38? Is the sinner’s prayer biblical? Yes and no. It is biblical for a sinner to pray to Jesus to forgive him of his sins. It is not biblical to say someone is saved “because of reciting the Sinner’s Prayer”. No one is saved because they “prayed a prayer.” It is not reciting a phrase or the words of a prayer that saves anyone. We are against formula salvation. Those whom God sovereignly chooses to save (1 Peter 1:3; 2 Thess. 2:13) and draw to Himself (John 6:44) may pray a prayer – on their own or at someone else’s urging – as part of the first fruits of their salvation.

Campbellite “Church of Christ” preachers think water baptism is the way of salvation. The Campbellite gospel of Acts 2:38 is a false gospel (Galatians 1:6-9). For more on this see our playlist “Dealing with “Saved by Works & Baptism”, “Church of Christ”” with 82 videos at Acts 10:44-48, Acts 15:8-9

020: Sailing the Cyclades to Crete – Knossos Palace, Earthquakes, Dinosaurs and Minotaurs



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The last blog was about returning from England and Woody’s experiences in Aegina – a visit to the Parthenon and witnessing a live sea rescue.

In this blog we leave Aegina and head down through Cyclades to Crete and beyond!

Our first stop was Russian Bay, a sheltered anchorage just outside Poros – a stopover before heading into open seas.

The wind was perfect for the first leg to Serifos and the kids loved riding the bow seat. The sea of the Cyclades – otherwise known as ‘sickly ladies’ – was as bumpy as its reputation

Serifos was quite a barren island from what we saw. Apparently there’s quite a few grumpy people living on the island and according to Rod Heikell’s book written in 2010, it’s got a freshly painted church.. woohoo!

The next day we headed for Folegandros – another seemingly barren Island until we swam ashore from our anchorage and did some exploring. Finding a lovely little swimming cove with aqua marine water.

It would have been nice to explore the Cyclades more but the wind was too good an opportunity to miss, so after a solar shower and dinner, we had an early night ready for our night passage to Crete.

It was a dark night but we had radar and AIS and the first night sail on our new boat was quite exciting – also a great opportunity to try out a watch system between the two of us. Woody watched the sun come up doing 7.5 – 8 knots with the wind on the beam – an incredible night’s sail with the prop gen keeping up with the autopilot, radar, batteries and fridge all the way.

We arrived in Heraklion four hours ahead of schedule – quite an industrial port – there is a marina but it’s not really set up for visiting yachts so we were on the town quay taking the full brunt of the swell from the large Ferries.

Next stop was the Palace of Knossos – famous for the Minotaur myth and bull running – where the bull charged towards children who had to flip over it for a challenge! Being an iconic, historical landmark we had to take our latest #Legoericka shot!

After that we went to the archaeological museum with original frescoes and artefacts from Knossos but not brilliant for kids so we went to the Natural History Museum instead. It had animatronic dinosaurs, an earthquake simulator and lots more interactive stuff. The guidebook said it closed at 8 but we were ejected at 6 so only got an hour – but still, we’d highly recommend it.

We had possibly the last gyros before leaving Greece – a sad moment for the kids.

It was a five o’clock start to Chania on the west side of Crete with some home schooling on the way. We had to pick up some crew who would help with the passage to Malta. We need to head to Tunisia to get some work done on the boat but it’s quite a big trip with just two parents on watch.

The kids got involved with sailing again and worked their way through some cool work books we bought at Knossos about the Minotaur, Crete and Greek mythology.

In light of the man overboard situation we had on the ferry and in trying to improve our safety equipment we got some OLAS tags from the UK. We hope to do a whole blog on safety equipment for kids – like lifejacket, buoyancy aids etc., very soon.

Chania was a pleasant surprise – a really nice little place where you could easily spend a whole week, but our aim was to pick up crew and head West asap.

Our old sailing friend Craig joined us along with Lisa from Brighton Marina Yacht Club who had never really done a long passage before but it turned out she was a teaching assistant so she really got stuck in helping with the home schooling.

We sailed right to the very West of Crete – a beautiful place called Gramvousa and we wouldn’t even have gone if we hadn’t been given an amazing treasure map from our friend Steve who buried treasure there about 20 years ago for a sailing magazine competition that never materialised.

From the anchorage we swam ashore then followed the instructions and clues but we couldn’t find the treasure – perhaps some of the landmarks were no longer there. Everyone was obviously disappointed but the treasure will be there to be found by someone else another day.

The next day we navigated our way through a very tricky area of rocks to start our passage to Malta.

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T.R.U.T.H. About The Dinosaurs



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What is the truth about dinosaurs? Discover what we like about dinosaurs and what we don’t like about dinosaurs in this episode as we seek To Reach Understanding Through Him.

4:49 Are Dinosaurs in the Bible?
10:34 Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Chicken-o-saurus
14:43 When did Dinosaurs Roam the Earth?
20:42 Tyrannosaurus Rex
22:55 Has Anyone Ever Seen a Living Dinosaur?
26:52 Dinosaurs in the Bible
29:12 Stegosaurus
30:52 What did Dinosaurs Eat?
37:32 Triceratops
38:43 What Happened to the Dinosaurs?
41:24 Velociraptor
42:49 What Don’t We Like About the Dinosaurs?
47:07 Disciple Dan – The Dinosaur Song

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