Horses Before Dinosaurs

Genesis 1:24
“And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so.”

According to evolution, dinosaurs developed tens of millions of years before horses and were extinct long before the first horse galloped across the countryside. According to the Bible, however, horses and the land dinosaurs were made on the same day. This means that it should be possible to find evidence of horses in the same rocks as we find dinosaurs. Such a discovery would be a challenge to evolution!

Horses before DinosaursThe scientific literature has reported the existence of several examples of apparent horse hoof marks in rock that is supposedly older than most of the dinosaurs. Some of these apparent hoof prints have been found in the Pennsylvanian and Permian rocks of the Grand Canyon. Similar prints have also been reported in Triassic rock in Connecticut and in the New Red Sandstone of Scotland.

Evidence of horses living before most of the dinosaurs lived, or even at the same time, damages the theory of evolution beyond repair. Paleontologists gave the creatures that may have made these tracks a variety of names. However, the names frequently contained the word “equus”, which means horse. Nevertheless, this important information has been withheld from the textbooks. Worse, modern evolutionists, aware that they are in serious trouble, have tried to deny the work of earlier paleontologists.

What upsets modern evolutionists most about these tracks is that the tracks uphold the Bible’s account of the order of creation!

Heavenly Father, while I don’t need science to know that Your Word is truth, I thank You that even the rocks speak in support of Your truth. Grant me the words to speak Your truth to those around me. Amen.

Edwin D. McKee. 1982. “The Dupai Groups of the Grand Canyon.” Geological Survey Professional Paper, p. 93. Photo: Bhimbetka (India) rock painting showing man riding on horse. Photographer: w:User:LRBurdak and licensed under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2.