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Terry P. Beh

Terry P. Beh is a Christian writer and editor, who has participated in numerous creation science dinosaur digs, serving as a supervisor on many of them. This “hands-on” experience has only confirmed his faith in God as the Creator of all things, as well as the biblical record of creation. He wrote "T is for T.Rex" to combat evolution by giving children the chance to learn about dinosaurs from a biblical point of view. The ultimate aim of this dinosaur book is to glorify Jesus Christ, the Creator and Savior of the world.

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Museum’s Dinosaur Exhibit Not Too Witte

Over Spring Break during a trip to visit some friends in Texas, our family had the chance to go to the Witte (pronounced “witty”) Museum in San Antonio, which happened to be hosting a traveling exhibit called, Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered…. Claiming to feature “the world’s largest and most advanced life-sized animatronic dinosaurs,” more than anything else the exhibit seemed to showcase many
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Fossil story swallows a gnat and chokes on a (giant) camel

According to a story this week on wired.com, scientists have discovered a new species of giant camel that lived in North America 3.5 million years ago. But what the article doesn’t tell you is how it supports a biblical view of Earth history and undermines the notion of man-made climate change. Based on fragmentary  fossil evidence, the story, Palaeontologists discover giant camel species that lived in the High
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Crinoid Fossils Cry, “Flood!”

According to an online story from Science Daily, Feb. 18, 2013, Ancient Fossilized Sea Creatures Yield Oldest Biomolecules Isolated Directly from a Fossil?, original organic materials (aka “soft tissue”) called quinones were recently found in supposedly 350-million-year-old (mya) crinoid fossils found in the Midwestern U.S. However, studies have shown that cells and tissues from once-living things can only survive the animal’s death—even under optimal
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Publication Party for T is for T.Rex a Huge Success!

Thanks to everyone who came out to our little Publication Party on Saturday at Heritage EV Free Church–and especially to those who gave us a hand. We couldn’t have done it without you! We’re grateful to all who came and appreciate your encouragement. We even sold a few books! Well…more than a few, so thank you for that too. We were honored to have
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Join us Saturday, February 2nd at Heritage Evangelical Free Church for a Publication Party to celebrate the release of T is for T.Rex: Some of God’s Most Amazing Creatures from A to Z.


GLENDIVE, MONTANA: On July 21, 2009, the creation ministry, FACT, and the Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum, wrapped up a two-year excavation of a very large dinosaur on a local ranch. A member of the Triceratops family, the bones found indicate it may not only be one of the biggest ceratopsians ever found, but a possible new species. The first bones of the dinosaur
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