and the Bible"
The first episode of The X-Nilo Show (running time of
explores the topic of dinosaurs and how to make sense of them in light ofthe
scriptures. Several common questions are addressed in the program are:
How long ago did dinosaurs live on the earth?
Has anyone ever seen a dinosaur?
What does the Bible say about these creatures?
Were there dinosaurs on Noahs ark, and if so, how did they fit?
How old is the earth according to the Bible?
Kurt takes a close look at the evidence for dinosaurs and the
Biblical record. Topics such as Noah taking dinosaurs on the ark will be
addressed. As a part of this quest, Professor Kurt will explore the age of
the earth according to the Biblical text and how dinosaurs and man lived
||Segments such as Censored
Moments in Science will uncover evidence
for dinosaurs living recently. Many modern day scientists have censored
evidence to support a Biblical account of the dinosaurs living among men.
X-Nilo will uncover these hidden evidences.
Creationist Dr. Gary Parker is interviewed about what
happens on a dinosaur dig and what to expect to find in light of the
Biblical record. An authentic dinosaur dig in Colorado is also shown in
CHARACTERS IN THE SHOW:
fictional characters will appear through the show. Dr.
Bones will introduce the idea of a young earth and how the authority of
the Bible stands firm throughout history.
||Dr. Stan, "The Answer
Man" will venture out to show a young mind how
scientists know what dinosaurs ate.
||Johnny Chipawood is a fast
talking western shop owner who talks fast,
with something very serious to sell his audience, dinosaur hide boots.
This short skit touches on the idea that dinosaurs lived recently, not
millions of years ago.
||Professor Kurt investigates a little
Greek to find out where the word
dinosaur came from. The Bible does not include this word in any
passages, but that's because dinosaurs used to be known as something
else in Biblical times. What was this term?
||The X-Nilo Show
has exciting graphics from artist Mark Asman, who has
been involved in projects for the Discovery Channel and the Family
Channel. His artistic talent brings to life Noah building the ark, mans
rebellion against their creator, the evolution/creation debate, and
dinosaurs fitting on the ark. These segments are very creative, appealing
to children of all ages.
||The show will close with an
entertaining sing-a-long to review the material
covered in the last half-hour. Ranch-hand-Randy will lead children to sing
this catchy song from the Lizard Lounge called "The