To agree with his logic there are several implicit assumptions you have to ake that he does n't eve make explicit in the en of the book.First, you ar to ssume that the Bible is the inspired word of God. This limits the book to most Christians.
There is a much smaller population of people- a minority of Christians, really- that believe the entire Bible was intended to be taken literally.
Along with the previous assumption, there are certainly many Christians who believe that everyon in the Bible is a actual factual literal historical account of how events transpired.
( 3) herefore, Adam literally named every single animal in existence.
If God says that Adam name the dinosaurs, how will we argue with that? Evidences given are spurious, at best.
But if science ca n't xplain how it does and we merely invoke the power of God, that suggests we are taking dinosaurs out of the ealm of the natural and making them supernatural animals- if they an no exist by miraculous intervention of God. So I guess Kyle Butt must believe that dinosaurs are magical beings.
( Which makes sense if some of them breathed fire and are where our idea of dragons comes from.) Throughout thi ook, the authors points out how we continually learn new things about dinosaurs that are different than what we new.
They confirm that the belief that the dinosaurs died out years before humans is the same type of idea; something some people fee that ends up not to be true.