More Dinosaur Fossils, Further Flood Evidence

Sometimes it is difficult not to laugh when someone says that there is no evidence for the Genesis Flood, and that it played no part in dinosaur extinction. But secular scientists cannot disagree with the fact that billions of fossils are found in sedimentary rocks.

Although the secular paradigm is uniformitarianism (slow and gradual process over long periods of time), even they are beginning to invoke the occasional watery catastrophe when they find it necessary. There are echoes of this in recent findings including two new dinosaurs near Morocco.

Rugops primus, pencil drawing, Wikimedia Commons  Nobumichi Tamura / Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0)
There are parts of North America, England, China and others that attract paleontologists. Some areas are underexplored (which makes some sense, no cause to dig when little or nothing has been found). The big Chicxulub asteroid story is the favorite for the extinction of dinosaurs, but not all secularists are on board. That's why there's a passel of other dinosaur extinction theories, some of which are...truly bizarre.

But they reject the Genesis Flood.

As mentioned before, fossils are in sedimentary rocks. That means they were laid down by water, and there are geological formations that span entire continents and show rapid deposition. Yet scientists are surprised when finding marine beds and mass graveyards. Once again we see that worldviews matter, and secular scientists (as well as Christian compromisers) cannot see the Flood evidence that is obvious.

Paleontologists recently discovered the partial fossils of two new species of dinosaur just outside of Casablanca. As stated in a Science Direct article, they “report two new abelisaurid fossils from the upper Maastrichtian phosphates of the Ouled Abdoun Basin, in northern Morocco.”

The University of Bath, England, press release stated:

Both were part of a family of primitive carnivorous dinosaurs known as abelisaurs [a family of ceratosaurian theropod dinosaurs], and lived alongside the much larger abelisaur Chenanisaurus barbaricus, showing that Morocco was home to diverse dinosaur species just before a giant asteroid struck at the end of the Cretaceous, ending the age of dinosaurs.

Creationists are happy that evolutionists are coming around and seeing that such a sudden burial is the result of a worldwide catastrophe. However, this burial wasn’t the result of an asteroid, but of a worldwide flood about 4,500 years ago.

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