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I obviously attended public school and was taught evolution. But even as a child and all the teaching, evolution never made sense. My child mind kept thinking… well why are we not seeing monkeys turn to humans now? That doesn’t make sense.

I had a little church background, but wasn’t really taught creation. So evolution was the major teaching I had, but like I said it didn’t make sense.

When I was in high school, one of my teachers said… If you believe in God, you do not believe in dinosaurs. And we have proof of dinosaurs.

Now obviously I believed in God, but that statement I never forgot.

I was thirty-two when I saw the Kent Hovind debates where he shows all the proof of Creation. He even addressed the dinosaurs. I mean you would think in all the years I was in school someone would have mentioned that reptiles never stopped growing. So back in Adam’s day when they were living nine hundred years, the reptiles would have been huge.

Wow, that was like a switch being turned on for me, and suddenly I understood. So this creation series and debates was fascinating and made God real to me.