Behold Now Behemoth

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Have dinosaurs always lived with man? The Bible clearly shows the answer is yes! God created these great creatures and gave man dominion over them. Esau domesticated them. Nehemiah rode them. Ancient armies appear to have fought from them or along side them. People used them for labor and even ate them! Behemoth, Tanniyn, Yownah, Chamowr—the pages of the Bible in its original languages finally reveals the truth about dinosaurs and man in some incredibly wonderful ways!

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Behold Now Behemoth: Dinosaurs All Over the Bible!

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Overview

Have dinosaurs always lived with man? The Bible clearly shows the answer is yes! God created these great creatures and gave man dominion over them. Esau domesticated them. Nehemiah rode them. Ancient armies appear to have fought from them or along side them. People used them for labor and even ate them! Behemoth, Tanniyn, Yownah, Chamowr—the pages of the Bible in its original languages finally reveals the truth about dinosaurs and man in some incredibly wonderful ways!

The lying doctrines of evolution claiming “billions of years” and “man never saw a dinosaur” are shown to be what they are—lies designed to deceive men into believing the Bible is not true. Men today see the bones of these creatures in museums and wonder, “If the Bible is true, why are there no dinosaurs found in its pages?”. After many centuries of the Bible existing in English, God gets the glory for His second-most magnificent creation next to man: the great dinosaurs!

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  • ISBN-13: 9781449726409
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2014

    Thought Provoking

    Very interesting read. I disagree with some of the authors assertions, mainly due yo his admitted lack of knowledge of Hebrew, but overall very interesting. Certainly makes you think. I highly recommend it.

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