Dinosaurs of Eden (Revised & Expanded - Download)

Dinosaurs of Eden (Revised & Expanded - Download)

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Take a journey to the very beginning of time when dinosaurs roamed Eden!

SKU K902-8
Manufacturer Master Books
Weight (in lbs) 0.00
Title Dinosaurs of Eden (Download)
Subtitle Tracing the Mystery through History
Contributors Bill Looney, Ken Ham
Publisher New Leaf Publishing Group, LLC

Did you know that we have a written record of the history of the universe, past, present, and future, from One who sees and knows everything? The infinite Creator of the universe made sure that all the most important events of history were recorded in a special series of books that together make up one book, the Bible. Using the Bible, we can actually read about the past (enabling us to correctly understand what we observe in the present in this world), and the future!

  • Learn how “the history book of the universe,” the Bible, enables us to understand all about dinosaurs.
  • Discover when they lived, what they ate, why we find their bones, what happened to them, and much more!
  • See the vivid detail in these beautiful, full-color illustrations by artist Bill Looney!

Fully revised and updated, this beloved classic will take you on a breathtaking trip across time to the biblical foundation of dinosaurs. This captivating adventure by Ken Ham explores the Garden of Eden, the exciting days of Noah’s Flood, and the Tower of Babel. You’ll learn the true history of the earth, and discover the very meaning and purpose of life!

Kids love it
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I love how this book explains how it was in the beginning with dinosaurs and people.
Enlightening
Review by
Tracing dinosaurs from Eden to the Arc, this book explains it all. It shows different species, explain how they may have fit on the arc and how our fall from grace affected them. Very educational book.

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