How could Genesis hint about the extinction of the dinosaurs? Genesis doesn't even mention dinosaurs, does it? As it turns out, Genesis is a much more comprehensive account of creation that it is commonly given credit for. Many Christians consider the King James Version of Genesis to be the literal history of creation regardless of scientific theory and others consider Genesis to be poetic or allegorical in nature. It seems that very few people consider that all of these things may be reconciled, you can read more about that in these articles on The Big Bang and Evolution, but for now, let's focus on dinosaurs!
We use our ability to reason for a great deal of things, and I think the answer to this sort of question lies mostly within the definitions used. What is reason, and for that matter, ultimately, what is truth? Can we reasonably determine the cause of the universe? Or even ourselves? Let's take a look at some of these questions and see how things shake out.
Why is it more logical to say that God has always existed? Surely if God could always exist without cause, the universe could too. The truth is, at face value there is no logical difference. If something can exist without a beginning then anything could exist without a beginning. Why should it only be one thing?
As a Christian, I have seen quite a few strong reactions from my fellow brothers and sisters regarding evolution. There are many claims made regarding the evolutionary process that Christians could never accept, and rightly so. However, I think something that the Christian community may consider is whether or not all of the premises the atheist evolutionary community provides as evidence against God are at all required by actual scientific observations regarding evolution.
What was there before there was a universe? Before the Big Bang? From the moment we realized our universe had a beginning, we have been wondering what caused it. Could there have just been nothing? Can something come from nothing?