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  • Creationist's View of Dinosaurs by Jim Pinkoski
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Creationist's View of Dinosaurs by Jim Pinkoski

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This comic-book style resource is a great way to gain back lost ground to show how true science and faith are compatible. Get current and fascinating research on the Christian model of dinosaurs, all in an easy-to-read and eye-catching way that will appeal to the young and old alike. By Jim Pinkoski.
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Does the Bible mention dinosaurs? Can a Christian believe in evolution? In the great conflict between chance and design, our children are inundated with unscientific and unbiblical theories that will forever affect their lives.

This comic-book style resource is a great way to gain back lost ground to show how true science and faith are compatible. Get current and fascinating research on the Christian model of dinosaurs, all in an easy-to-read and eye-catching way that will appeal to the young and old alike. A great Sabbath resource for learning about God's amazing creation!

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Jim Pinkoski


I wanted to be an artist and a cartoonist since I was 10 years old -- I am entirely self-taught, and I learned to draw from copying and tracing my favorite comic artists. I was voted "Most Artistic" in my high school yearbook.

I was raised Presbyterian, but our family eventually stopped going to church. In 1968 I went off to college at Sacramento State College, but dropped out in my 2nd year -- I only wanted to take ART classes, but the school made me take all these "general education" classes! I should have known that the only school I really belonged at was an Art School -- or better yet, I should have been in a cartoonist studio somewhere, but all of those seemed to be in New York or Los Angeles -- not where we lived!