Joined: May 2007
|Quote (Not A Monkey @ May 29 2007,14:14)|
|The Bible is silent on this issue, but logic dictates they must have been planted at or near the time of the creation of the Earth. I do not think the Lord Almighty would plant the dinosaur fossils AFTER allowing Adam and Eve to settle, for his activities might have been conspicuous. However, since God is omnipotent, it is possible that the fossils were planted later on, sight unseen, and evidence of the planted fossils covered up.|
Upon serious consideration of your question, I would have to say that it can go either way.
"The blood of goats and bulls and the ashes of a heifer sprinkled on those who are ceremonially unclean sanctify them so that they are outwardly clean."
But you said Satan planted the fossils while God planted the Garden of eden. If Satan planted the fossiles prior to his first sin in the Garden of Ede with the intent on misleading mankind would this not have been his first rebellion against God? Why did God not eliminate him when he first planted the dinosaurs?