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55 Flash Fiction Friday - Dinosaurs

This meme is hosted by Mr. Knowitall.

Okay so this is a day later than I had wanted to post it, but I couldn't get my wording quite right.  This is a story that is loosly (very loosely) based on fact. I did question the existance of dinosaurs in the bible, and I was told it was the 'beasts' mention in the creation story and I do have a great uncle we call Uncle Father. Besides all that, completely made up!

“But where are the dinosaurs?” She clutched the stuffed raptor to her chest.
“Right here niña.” Tío Padre pointed to the passage he just read. “God created the beasts of the earth, sea, and air.”
“Does it say why God killed the dinosaurs?”
Tío Padre chuckled, “No niña, God doesn’t have to explain his actions.”

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  1. And God's actions are very strange indeed!
    Amelia, what a perfect little 55
    I just loved the innocence of it
    Thank you so much for playing and visiting
    Your support is much appreciated
    Have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  2. I think this question has been asked by many a child (and adult)…

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    1. I kept asking so many questions (or at least I remember that I did) that in my last year of Youth Group they got me a bible that has a historical and biblical timeline that run side by side.

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