That Thanksgiving Dinosaur Idea

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States, and many of us are blessed to have a grand feast. The most traditional part of this is turkey. While we should be thankful to our Creator and Redeemer for all that he has done for us, we do not need to be accepting the philosophy that the turkey evolved from dinosaurs.

Some evolutionists will tell you it is a fact that Americans eat the descendants of dinosaurs on Thanksgiving. That is the opposite of the truth.
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While it is an article of faith for evolutionists to believe that birds came from dinosaurs (a "fact"), many posts on this site alone show the insuperable problems of this position (actual facts). Indeed, dinosaurs and birds existed together, and not all evolutionists have signed on to that opinion. Mixing evolution with biblical Christianity interferes with our worship. We may even use this time to point out the truth of creation — with grace and discretion, of course.
Ever mindful to immerse the world in evolutionary mythology, the’s “Dinosaur Tracking” column on Thanksgiving Day zoomed in on your turkey’s genealogy. While it is good to be aware of the currently popular classification system, it is vital for us to make our children—who are constantly exposed to evolutionary dogma from many directions—understand the implications of calling a bird a dinosaur.
To gobble up the rest of this article, click on "Dinosaurs for Thanksgiving".