Was Leviathan a Deinosuchus?

In the Book of Job, most likely the oldest book in the Bible, chapters 40 and 41, describe two of the most incredible beasts ever to inhabit the earth. Dan A. Biddle, Ph.D. and President of Genesis Apologetics has recently produced one of the best arguments I’ve seen from Scripture and the fossil record that reveals the most likely candidate for Leviathan (chapter 41) — a Deinosuchus (DIE-no-su-kus) — a 7-ton, 35-foot dinosaur-eating beast! Not only is the video illuminating, but it is well put together.

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Was Leviathan a Deinosuchus?

In the Book of Job, most likely the oldest book in the Bible, chapters 40 and 41, describe two of the most incredible beasts ever