Evidence that Humans and Dinosaurs
lived together, at the same time

Dinosaurs in the Catholic Bible

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The Catholic Bible has all of the same references to dinosaurs as the KJV does. They're just worded slightly different.  However, the Catholic version has 7 additional books in it that the KJV doesn't.  It also has additional chapters in books that are common to both Bibles (i.e. Daniel).   Although Protestants don't recognize these extra verses (called the "Apocrypha" books) as authentic scripture, they do nonetheless contain some useful historical information. All were written prior to Jesus's birth.  Here is an interesting verse from the Apocrypha section of the book of Daniel.  Keep in mind when reading it that the word "dinosaur" didn't come into existence until the 1800's.  Prior to that dinosaurs were referred to as "dragons".

"And there was a great dragon in that place, and the Babylonians worshipped him. And the king said to Daniel Behold thou canst not say now that this is not a living god adore him therefore. And Daniel said I adore the Lord my God. For He is the living God but that is no living God. 

But give me leave, O King, and I will kill this dragon without sword or club.  And the king said: I give the leave.  Then Daniel took pitch and fat and hair, and boiled them together: and he made lumps and put them into the dragon's mouth, and the dragon burst asunder.  And he said, behold him whom you worshiped.  

And when the Babylonians had heard this, they took great indignation: and being gathered together against the king, they said: The kind is become a Jew.  He hath destroyed Bel, he hath killed the dragon, and he hath put the priests to death."   
Daniel 14:22-27

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