There are literally thousands of examples of ancient art showing man lived with dinosaurs
No, there isn't.
10/23/2011 4:48:11 AM
Job is NOT to be taken literally.
...he was also a poor magician--er, illusionist.
10/23/2011 5:15:23 AM
Telling people to google something is a bad idea if the first hit immediately exposes your entire argument as bullshit.
Looks like the Ica Stones were made by Peruvian locals interested in making a bit of money on the side, selling forged artifacts to clueless tourists.
10/23/2011 5:15:55 AM
The Flintstones isn't a documentary. You do realise this, don't you?
10/23/2011 6:00:44 AM
No, there simply isn't. Besides, artwork is not evidence at all otherwise we'd believe there were unicorns and dragons and goat-footed flute touting creatures out there.
The nail in your creationist coffin is that nowhere on this planet have animals ever been found fossilized out of chronological order. No bunnies in the Jurassic.
Oh, and Google "ica stones" and "hoax". The damn thing were carved with a dentists drill. They are all obvious forgeries.
Damn, but you creationists fall for shit like that all the time. Would you like to buy a piece of Noah's Ark?
10/23/2011 6:27:46 AM
"have been found the footprints of man and dinosaurs found preserved together in several different locations."
10/23/2011 6:32:04 AM
And don't forget the evidence about titans, nymphs and geenies in bottles.
10/23/2011 6:34:33 AM
The Ica stones have been proven fake. A local farmer made them to sell to tourists. I thought only Noah and his family survived the flood?
10/23/2011 6:44:27 AM
Percy Q. Shunn
10/23/2011 7:06:23 AM
Man certainly lived with very large animals only a few thousand years ago. Still more thousands than your Bible suggests, but recent in geological time. And whales are still pretty leviathany today. Maybe that explains your "evidence".
PS The Paluxy tracks are bunk
10/23/2011 7:18:06 AM
There are literally thousands of examples of ancient art showing man lived with dinosaurs.
Ancient art =/= historical documentation.
It is probable Job lived well over 200 years and lived not long after the flood.
No, it's not.
Google "Ica Stones" to see photos of thousands of ancient stones found in South America with detailed carvings of dinosaurs, even showing that some were tamed and ridden by man!
Ica Stones are carved by modern artists & sold to tourists.
10/23/2011 8:14:14 AM
Art is not evidence. The Bible is evidence of coexistence with dinosaurs, just as much as The Chamber of Secret is evidence of the existence of basilisks.
Nope, I won't be googling "Ica stones". ICA is a large food-store chain in Sweden; I guess I will get mostly links to them. They do sometimes sell stones with detailed carvings on them, though. The carvings mostly say things like "Love", "Take it easy" and "Anna", "Helena", "Maria" etc.
10/23/2011 8:17:27 AM
So, there is much evidence, even in the Bible that man lived with dinosaurs.
It's pretty unlikely, but so what? Man lived with coelacanths, too, although we didn't know it until 1938, when one was found alive and healthy after apparently having vanished along with the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
10/23/2011 8:24:25 AM
Isn't it amazing how in Fundieland there's somehow tons and tons of evidence for humans and dinosaurs living together yet absolutely none whatsoever that proves the theory of evolution?
10/23/2011 8:51:03 AM
THE ICA STONES WERE A HOAX YOU DINGLEBERRY!!!!
10/23/2011 9:05:47 AM
No, there is only artwork that vaguely resemble dinosaurs if you squint your eyes and tilt your head.
And the Ica Stones are a hoax.
10/23/2011 9:38:14 AM
What about all the small dinosaurs? Wouldn't they have more likely to survive longer than the ones that needed tons of food? why is there no mention of them in the Bible or anywhere else?
10/23/2011 9:39:01 AM
PROTIP: "The Flintstones", "Jurassic Park" and "Terra Nova" are not documentaries.
10/23/2011 9:47:43 AM
A bad carving of an alpaca is not evidence for living dinosaur.
Dinosaurs do live among us. We call them birds.
10/23/2011 9:59:19 AM
"There is art from Babylonia showing what we used to call a Brontosaurus, I forget the modern name. This is very likely the Behemoth described in Job with a tail like a cedar tree that drank up rivers."
In context, the "tail" is it's fucking dick! Sure as fuck doesn't sound like a Brontosaurus, does it? (pro-tip... best fit is an elephant)
10/23/2011 10:16:24 AM
I've seen drawings and paintings of St. George slaying a dragon but it doesn't mean that it's a trustworthy historical reference. Ica stones have long been discredited.
10/23/2011 10:26:50 AM
Just more rectally gathered anecdotes from people without a damn clue. Nothing i haven't seen before.
10/23/2011 10:32:43 AM
Your nick is "Winman"? Really? With this post you need to change it to "Failman"!
10/23/2011 11:01:28 AM
Have you actually done any research to back up your claims instead of just listening to word of mouth rumors spread around by your friends.
10/23/2011 11:18:32 AM
Most scholars believe Job the oldest book in the Bible because of his long lifespan (Job 42:16).
Really, then why is Job written in a post-exile Hebrew dialect that is heavily influenced by Aramaic, making it one of the younger books?
Oh wait, I forgot, you can't know that because you only read the Bible in God's own KJV.
Why don't the fundies bother learning Biblical Hebrew? It's not really very difficult.
10/23/2011 11:50:05 AM