Saturday, May 14, 2011

Making A Home Weekend Book Review - Dragons: Legends and Lore of Dinosaurs

Did you all know that dragons are mentioned in the Bible? Numerous times at that? Did you know that there is more to dragons than just the medieval myths that we all know so well? Did you know that dragons and dinosaurs are actually one and the same?






Dragons: Legends & Lore of Dinosaurs explores the links between dragon myths and the reality of dinosaurs from a Biblical viewpoint. Using examples from Scriptures and ancient art and findings, this book discusses dragons a dinosaurs and their existence and presence among mankind.




It traces the existence of dragons/dinosaurs back through history, all while staying on a creation-based, young-earth track. You'll learn about the ancient dinosaurs of Europe, Asia, and the Americas. You'll read eyewitness accounts of encounters with dragons/dinosaurs, as well as an abundance of Scriptural accounts of the existence of dragons and dinosaurs.






Many evolutionists believe that dinosaurs and dragons are two different species. They also believe that dinosaurs existed and met their demise millions of years before men evolved. This book gives a young-earth timeline using Biblical references to show that men and dinosaurs actually did inhabit the planet at the same time and gives an explanation as to how dinosaurs fit into the Great Flood.





I LOVED this book. Not only was it fascinating in its content, but the actual book was interesting and hands-on.





This book has doors to be opened, pockets to be looked in, pages to be folded out, all revealing even more information. This makes this most interesting book fun as well as educational.









I would highly recommend this book. This is a great book to explain the Biblical connection to dinosaurs, dragons, and man. It is by no means an exhaustive explanation; this is a kid's book. But it gives an overview and introduction to the topic.


I received this book from New Leaf Publishing Group in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

TASO said...

Wow, I love the premise, the presentation, and connection to the Biblical view. I am definitely adding this one to our library. I am hoping they have a bibliography or something else for further research! The book looks and sounds like it has the potential to be a good starting point.