Edited by Greg Neyman
Ken Ham claims that Isaiah 30:6
refers to a pteranodon, an extinct species of flying dinosaurs
Source: Ken Ham, in The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved!, pages 49-52
Since nobody has ever seen the creature God is referring to, it is impossible (even foolish) to try and correlate it to another creature
The Hebrew words here for “fiery flying serpent” is sârâph ‘ûwph. The first word is translated as burning serpent, with the second word responsible for the “flying.” The New International translates it as indicating poisonous snakes, and this is likely, because the Hebrew word for burning serpent can also be translated as poisonous snake.
Ham admits that Isaiah was speaking figuratively, yet he still makes the claim, saying Isaiah was basing the figurative beast on a real creature
For more Reading:
The Great Dinosaur Mystery Solved! A book review
If you are not a Christian, and you have been holding out on making a decision for Christ because the Church always preached a message that was contrary to what you saw in the scientific world, then rest assured that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God, and you can believe in Christ and receive salvation, while still believing in an old earth. Click here for more.
Are you a Christian who believes in young earth creationism? Now that we have shown the many difficulties of the young earth creation science model in this and many other articles, how does this impact your Christian life? If you are a young earth creationism believer, click here.
To learn more
about old earth creationism, see
Old Earth Belief,
or check out the article
Can You Be A
Christian and Believe in an Old Earth?
Feel free to check out more of this website. Our goal is to provide rebuttals to the bad science behind young earth creationism, and honor God by properly presenting His creation.