Dinosaurs have also been used as a tool for evolutionary propaganda to reach the young (to see how evolutionists are attempting to offset children's inborn belief in God, see "Accelerated Evolutionary Indoctrination of Children"). When handled properly, the subject can work in the favor of biblical creationists, a fact that sometimes causes rage among secularists. One thing I learned early on in my creation science studies is that too many parents do not know that answers for questions about Earth's age, evolution, creation, and dinosaurs can indeed be found if people will bother to look.
Parents cannot bluff their children. If you don't know, then admit it. Then saddle up and go a-looking. There are many biblical creation science sites that provide material, and the modest effort you're gazing upon right now points you to many of those sites as well. Just a few years ago, we didn't have the Internet to help us out, and had to find out who had good materials available, then purchase them, waiting for postal delivery. So, there's not much excuse today.
Dinosaurs have the power to captivate audiences, both young and old. They have fuelled people’s imaginations for generations. The veil of mystery surrounding them only adds to the intrigue. Where did the great beasts come from? Why did they go extinct? Such questions fuel the passion of a million would-be paleontologists still under the age of ten! It is no overstatement to say that almost every child, and adult for that matter, has heard of the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex. Hollywood has cashed in on the public’s fascination with dinosaurs over the years, producing the Jurassic Park franchise. The most recent installment, Jurassic World, was released in 2015. In addition to this, multiple documentaries and cartoons exist making use of the best CGI to bring the message of these ‘Prehistoric Preachers’ to a new generation.To read the rest, click on "‘Prehistoric’ Preachers: Dinosaurs as “the gateway drug to atheism”".