According to a Bible specialist, a dinosaur carving discovered on a Middle Ages tomb demonstrates evolution is incorrect.


According to a Bible specialist, a dinosaur carving discovered on a Middle Ages tomb demonstrates evolution is incorrect.

A Bible expert has claimed that a BRASS carving of a dinosaur-like monster gracing a 500-year-old tomb in a church in England can indicate dinosaurs once roamed the Earth alongside men.

Although scientists agree that the dinosaurs’ reign on Earth ended 66 million years ago, Young Earth Creationists disagree. The age of the world, according to some interpretations of Biblical Chronology, can be calculated by tracing mankind’s ancestry from Adam and Eve’s creation in Genesis to the birth of Jesus Christ in the New Testament. As a result, Young Earth Creationists believe our earth is only 6,000 to 10,000 years old, a figure that contradicts the scientific estimate of 4.543 billion years.

But how does this square with the fossil record and scientists’ claims that dinosaurs died millions of years ago?

There is evidence to support the claim that dinosaurs were on Earth at the same time as humans, according to Tom Meyer, a Bible studies professor at Shasta Bible College and Graduate School in California, US, data that he believes refutes Darwin’s theory of evolution.

What evidence do you have? More than 300 years before palaeontologists coined the term “dinosaur,” a metal engraving of a dinosaur-like monster adorns the tomb of an English bishop buried in the Middle Ages.

“Startingling evidence has emerged that suggests that English artists had knowledge of what dinosaurs looked like as long back as the end of the Middle Ages,” Professor Meyer added.

“A tomb was painted with the resemblance of these beasts 350 years before the English biologist and palaeontologist Sir Richard Owen coined the term ‘dinosaur’ in 1841.

“Look for Bishop Richard Bell’s tomb, which was discovered in the floor of the famed Carlisle Cathedral in England in 1496.

“His tomb was ornately decorated with brass engravings depicting a bat, dog, pig, fish, eels, and other animals common at the time, such as a bat, dog, pig, fish, eels, and so on.

“However, images of two more actual species, dinosaurs, can be discovered among all of these real and, to this day, common animals.”

The monsters in question are depicted on a brass band embedded in the tomb’s lid stone.

The creatures resemble members of the sauropod family, which includes the famous Brachiosaurus and Brontosaurus, at first glance.

The creatures are four-legged. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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