Bible-believing Christians have been an

important part of the research and the

searching for extant pterosaurs

The present is the key to the past: When applied to extinctions, that statement means this: When all members of a species died out in the past, it was probably from interference from humans. Why believe that? Humans cause many extinctions in the present, so we should assume they did so in the past. Human nature, both positive and negative, has not changed significantly over many centuries. Regarding the Flood of Genesis, whatever the initiating event was, loss of animal life did not necessarily mean extinctions of species. The Bible gives few details except that animals were saved by being carried in the Ark of Noah. Modern pterosaurs are in harmony with that concept.

From the introduction in the book

“Many of those who've searched for extant pterosaurs, and interviewed eyewitnesses, believe in the Bible, and that includes belief in the literal Flood as recorded in Genesis. We see modern species of pterosaurs as being in perfect harmony with the Flood of Noah. Until the announcement on January 14, 2017, our evidences for non-extinct pterosaurs was mostly in testimonies of eyewitnesses. Now we have a photograph to back up sighting reports and support belief in the Flood.”

From Chapter 5

I'm not alone and neither are you. My associates have taken a few risks like I have. You've probably felt like some of the other readers who decided to step forward and learn what we have discovered. The point is this: Faith in something worthwhile moves us forward, and we need to understand that power before examining why some persons choose to believe and others not.
Modern Pterosaurs is in the nonfiction cryptozoology genre, yet it supports the Bible, especially because it is in harmony with literal readings of the Old Testament. The literal Flood of Noah, in Genesis, means that it should not be so shocking that some species of pterosaurs are still living on this planet.
Supporting the Bible
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Cryptozoology may be discounted by some skeptics, but just decades ago Europeans thought gorillas were fictional

Paiva found evidence of a prop, consistent with a pre-1870

photographic recording of Ptp but not necessarily pre-1866.

Bible-believing Christians have been an

important part of the research and the

searching for extant pterosaurs

The present is the key to the past: When applied to extinctions, that statement means this: When all members of a species died out in the past, it was probably from interference from humans. Why believe that? Humans cause many extinctions in the present, so we should assume they did so in the past. Human nature, both positive and negative, has not changed significantly over many centuries. Regarding the Flood of Genesis, whatever the initiating event was, loss of animal life did not necessarily mean extinctions of species. The Bible gives few details except that animals were saved by being carried in the Ark of Noah. Modern pterosaurs are in harmony with that concept.

From the introduction in the book

“Many of those who've searched for extant pterosaurs, and interviewed eyewitnesses, believe in the Bible, and that includes belief in the literal Flood as recorded in Genesis. We see modern species of pterosaurs as being in perfect harmony with the Flood of Noah. Until the announcement on January 14, 2017, our evidences for non-extinct pterosaurs was mostly in testimonies of eyewitnesses. Now we have a photograph to back up sighting reports and support belief in the Flood.”

From Chapter 5

I'm not alone and neither are you. My associates have taken a few risks like I have. You've probably felt like some of the other readers who decided to step forward and learn what we have discovered. The point is this: Faith in something worthwhile moves us forward, and we need to understand that power before examining why some persons choose to believe and others not.
Modern Pterosaurs is in the nonfiction cryptozoology genre, yet it supports the Bible, especially because it is in harmony with literal readings of the Old Testament. The literal Flood of Noah, in Genesis, means that it should not be so shocking that some species of pterosaurs are still living on this planet.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Supporting the Bible
Cryptozoology may be discounted by some skeptics, but just decades ago Europeans thought gorillas were fictional

Paiva found evidence of a prop, consistent with a pre-1870

photographic recording of Ptp but not necessarily pre-1866.

Bible-believing

Christians have

been an important

part of the research

and the searching

for extant

pterosaurs

The present is the key to the past: When applied to extinctions, that statement means this: When all members of a species died out in the past, it was probably from interference from humans. Why believe that? Humans cause many extinctions in the present, so we should assume they did so in the past. Human nature, both positive and negative, has not changed significantly over many centuries. Regarding the Flood of Genesis, whatever the initiating event was, loss of animal life did not necessarily mean extinctions of species. The Bible gives few details except that animals were saved by being carried in the Ark of Noah. Modern pterosaurs are in harmony with that concept.

From the introduction in the book

“Many of those who've searched for extant pterosaurs, and interviewed eyewitnesses, believe in the Bible, and that includes belief in the literal Flood as recorded in Genesis. We see modern species of pterosaurs as being in perfect harmony with the Flood of Noah. Until the announcement on January 14, 2017, our evidences for non-extinct pterosaurs was mostly in testimonies of eyewitnesses. Now we have a photograph to back up sighting reports and support belief in the Flood.”

From Chapter 5

I'm not alone and neither are you. My associates have taken a few risks like I have. You've probably felt like some of the other readers who decided to step forward and learn what we have discovered. The point is this: Faith in something worthwhile moves us forward, and we need to understand that power before examining why some persons choose to believe and others not.
Modern Pterosaurs is in the nonfiction cryptozoology genre, yet it supports the Bible, especially because it is in harmony with literal readings of the Old Testament. The literal Flood of Noah, in Genesis, means that it should not be so shocking that some species of pterosaurs are still living on this planet.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Supporting the Bible
Cryptozoology may be discounted by some skeptics, but just decades ago Europeans thought gorillas were fictional

Paiva found evidence of a prop, consistent with a pre-1870

photographic recording of Ptp but not necessarily pre-1866.