The 2nd question is “What does the Bible say in reference to the dinosaur’s existence?” Well, first of the Bible is clear that God made every living creature. Every kind of creature came from God’s creative genius. Genesis 1:24-25 says, Let the earth bring forth every kind of animal—cattle and reptiles and wildlife of every kind. And so it was. God made all sorts of wild animals and cattle and reptiles. And God was pleased with what he had done.” Commentators are quick to recognize that these verses identify general categories of creatures; the domesticated animals, the undomesticated (wild), and also “reptiles.” Dinosaurs are reptiles. The word “Dinosaur” is a modern word that actually means “terrible lizard.” Although the Bible does not use the word Dinosaur, it does use the term lizard, reptile, and often refers to all living creatures.

I would argue that they coexisted with humans before the flood. I also think they coexist with us today, but they are not nearly as big as they were then. Reptiles, unlike humans, continue to grow until death. Seeing that many people in the bible lived as long as 900+ years, imagine how large a dinosaur could grow given that much time. Some interpreters hold that many of the biblical references to Leviathan (Job 41:1–34; Pss.74:14; 104:26; Isa. 27:1), dragons (Ps. 74:13; Isa. 27:1; 51:9), and the behemoth (Job 40:15–24) are specific references to dinosaurs. Dennis Lindsay, in his book “Dinosaur Dilemma – Fact or Fantasy,” makes a pretty convincing argument for this position, but there are many who disagree.

Without question we should acknowledge that these creatures should mentally be connected with their Creator, and parents should teach children to make the connection. I don’t understand why the discovery of the remains of these monsters is such a problem for some Christians. Discoveries like this and of live species of insects not specifically mentioned in the Bible simply illustrate the brilliance of God’s creation. God should be praised for his incredible creative genius. All life, including the extinct dinosaur, is a declaration of the Glory of God. Psalm 148 is the Psalm that calls for all things to give praise & glory to God, their creator. It includes angels, armies, sun, moon, stars, sea monsters, mammals, birds, and reptiles.”

“Let everything that has breath praise the LORD!” Psalm 150:6