Biblical experts digging in the Jericho area in the West Bank have discovered a series of ancient parchments dating back 2,500 years depicting Jesus riding on a dinosaur. They immediately called in Christian dinosaur experts from Alabama, USA to validate their find.
“What we have here is a parchment of Jesus riding a Deinonychus, which was a relatively small dinosaur which reached around 3.4 metres (11 feet) in length and 73 kg (170 lb) in weight. They had about 60 teeth and had a powerful bite akin to a crocodile,” Miles O’Reardon, one of the dinosaur experts, revealed.
Most Christians would say that dinosaurs went extinct sometime after the flood. They believe this because God clearly commanded Noah to bring two of every creature of the sky and ground on the ark. Noah brought baby dinosaurs or younger dinosaurs on the ark instead of adults. This way, dinosaurs would have survived the flood along with every other kind of animal. This is how, according to the Bible, large dinosaurs like the T. rex and a brachiosaurus survived.
Behold, Behemoth, which I made as I made you; he eats grass like an ox. Behold, his strength in his loins, and his power in the muscles of his belly. He makes his tail stiff like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are knit together. His bones are tubes of bronze, his limbs like bars of iron.
Job 40:15-18 ESV
If according to the Bible the earth is only 10,000 years old, it makes sense that dinosaurs existed when humans were created by God, and that Jesus rode dinosaurs around the Jericho area when he was preaching his parables to his followers.
“The parchment written in Aramaic shows very clearly Jesus preaching from a dinosaur. He had also just cured a blind man and brought four dead people back to life and performed many more miracles. This parchment changes everything. Praise be the Lord,” Biblical expert, Matt Shiboinken, from the Alabama Presbyterian Baptist Church of God, told Haaretz news service.
The incredible finding will be taken to America and displayed at the Creation Museum in Kentucky in December.