Giant Footprint Found Near Dinosaur Tracks

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Giant Footprint Found Near Dinosaur Tracks

Written by: J.R. Church

The footprint in the photo is an actual impression in Cretaceous limestone, not a plaster cast. It was chiseled from a layer of limestone at the Cross Branch tributary of the Paluxy River, about three miles south of Glen Rose, Texas. This particular layer of Cretaceous limestone is famous for its dinosaur footprints found along the Paluxy River, and dated at 110 million years old. The human footprint has been the source of controversy because humans were not supposed to live contemporary with dinosaurs. Evolutionists say it had to be carved, not the evidence of an ancient human, because it is “too perfect.”

However, Dr. Carl Baugh, director of the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, TX, had the stone cut across the heel and toes with a large diamond saw (see marks of the slices in the photo), and proved that the stone, then mud, shows strata inside the rock actual curves with the impression.

The footprint is large (13 1/4″), but not outside the range of modern man. The foot of basketball great Shaquille O’neal is slightly larger. O’neal wears a shoe size 23EEEE, whereas the man who made this ancient footprint would have only worn a 22EEEE shoe. Though this footprint, made by a runner, looks very wide – it is absolutely normal for one who never wore shoes.

So why was the ancient human running? To get out of the rain! He and his contemporary dinosaurs were leaving tracks in the same mud – only 4,500 years ago!

The footprint in the photo is an actual impression in Cretaceous limestone, not a plaster cast. It was chiseled from a layer of limestone at the Cross Branch tributary of the Paluxy River, about three miles south of Glen Rose, Texas. This particular layer of Cretaceous limestone is famous for its dinosaur footprints found along the Paluxy River, and dated at 110 million years old. The human footprint has been the source of controversy because humans were not supposed to live contemporary with dinosaurs. Evolutionists say it had to be carved, not the evidence of an ancient human, because it is “too perfect.”

However, Dr. Carl Baugh, director of the Creation Evidence Museum in Glen Rose, TX, had the stone cut across the heel and toes with a large diamond saw (see marks of the slices in the photo), and proved that the stone, then mud, shows strata inside the rock actual curves with the impression.

The footprint is large (13 1/4″), but not outside the range of modern man. The foot of basketball great Shaquille O’neal is slightly larger. O’neal wears a shoe size 23EEEE, whereas the man who made this ancient footprint would have only worn a 22EEEE shoe. Though this footprint, made by a runner, looks very wide – it is absolutely normal for one who never wore shoes.

So why was the ancient human running? To get out of the rain! He and his contemporary dinosaurs were leaving tracks in the same mud – only 4,500 years ago!

 

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About the Author:

J.R. ChurchJ.R. CHURCH (1938-2011)- Founder of PITN Converted at age seven, J.R. Church set out with one main goal in life – to win others to Jesus Christ. He received a B.A. degree with a major in Bible and a minor in history at Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, TN. In 2001, he was given an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Immanuel Baptist Theological Seminary in Peachtree, Georgia.  His love for history gave him insight into God’s great “Plan of the Ages” and prompted him to pursue this field of prophetic research. J.R. and Linda were married for 52 years.  They have two children and five grandchildren. After pastoring a church in Lubbock Texas for 17 years, in 1979 he moved his family to Oklahoma City and developed the PROPHECY IN THE NEWS ministry. He has traveled across America many times lecturing on eschatology – the study of prophetic subjects.  He has hosted several tours to Israel and the Middle East. J.R. has authored eight books with chapters in several other books. Prophecy in the News publishes a monthly 48-page magazine as well as a weekly syndicated television broadcast which airs on stations across the country and via satellite network to most of the United States. Before he went to be with the Lord on March 22, 2011, after a three year battle with cancer, J.R. Church was convinced that Jesus Christ would return soon. He was famous for his saying, “KEEP LOOKING UP!”

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