Behold, the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country, to make the cities of Judah desolate, and a den of dragons.(Jeremiah 10:22) KJV
We are told repeatedly by Jeremiah that dragons only inhabit places where there are no humans, or from where the humans have already been driven out. Judah only became a den of dragons after it became desolate.
Dinosaurs in Jerusalem
Although sneered at by some, one of the strangest, most fascinating sites in Israel is the Bet Zayit dinosaur site, even though it has been neglected for many years.
There are preserved dinosaur tracks at Bet Zayit near Jerusalem. These may not have been sauropods like the ones that Job was familiar with. Bear in mind that when these tracks were laid down the city of Jerusalem didn’t exist yet. In the period after the flood and in the time of Abraham it became known as Mount Moriah, where Abraham took Isaac to be a burnt offering.
A Den of Dragons – Navigation
|2||Dinosaur Classification||Mark 10:15|
|3||Dinosaurs in Idumea||Isaiah 34:6, 13|
|4||Dinosaurs in Jerusalem||Jeremiah 10:22|
|5||Dinosaurs in Hazor||Jeremiah 49:33|
|6||Dinosaurs in Babylon||Jeremiah 51:37|
August 18th – A Den of Dragons
We don’t find human and dinosaur remains in the same bed of a strata because humans and Dinosaurs didn’t live in the same habitats.