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Subject: How do dinosours fit into the theory of creation?

Date: Mon Oct 9 01:58:15 2000
Posted by Elizabeth Sorensen
Grade level: 10-12 School: Quincy Senior High School
City: Quincy State/Province: IL Country: USA
Area of science: Evolution
ID: 971071095.Ev

My name is Elizabeth Sorensen.  I'm 15 years old and a sophomore at Quincy 
Senior High School.  I'm in Chemistry this year.  I've had this question 
for quite awhile, and so far nobody I've asked has been able to answer 
it.  My question is: How do the dinosaurs fit into creation?  If humans 
never lived at the same time dinosaurs did, and the animals were created 
at most one day before humans were, how is that possible?  Also, is it 
possible that the earth was created with the fossils already in them?  If 
not, how did Adam and Eve and their descendants survive what killed the 
dinosaurs?  If you could shine some light onto this for me, I would really 
appreciate it.  Thanks!

          -Elizabeth Sorensen

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