Creation Science

Young Earth Creation Science Argument Index


D133:  The English legend of Sir George the Dragonslayer supports the existence of dragons


Edited by Greg Neyman



Argument:  Ken Ham uses the English legend of Sir George the Dragonslayer to support the idea that dragons (dinosaurs) were real and lived with mankind


Source:   Ken Ham, The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved!, Page 38




  1. The Saint George legend is based on pagan mythology.  It is unlikely that he even existed

  2. There is no evidence to suggest that dragons were real

  3. It is not good science to base scientific conclusions upon the writings of medieval England


For more Reading:

The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved!  A book review

Saint George

Saint George's Chapel



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