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What is The Behemoth in reference to the Old Testament of the Bible?

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  • What is The Behemoth in reference to the Old Testament of the Bible?

    What is The Behemoth in reference to the Old Testament of the Bible?

    Lou Newton
    Lou Newton, former Steel Mill Crane Designer and Physics Teacher



    It is a reference to a very large animal. Could be a very large Croc. Crocs get up to 18 feet long yet today. They could have been even larger back in Jobs day. If you have ever been in the presence of a very large animal out in the wild it is very intimidating. I had alligators on the land I rented when I lived in Florida. Very large ones were very intimidating and you did not want to get close to them.

    It is certainly NOT a reference to a dinosaur. Men tell about killing the lion and bear in the Bible. If Dinos were walking around at the same time, that would be like telling about killing a mouse today. Also we have written accounts and ruins of cities back then. They had walls around them for protection. If Dinos were present they could walk right over or through many of the walls back then. Building a wall around their city would be a waste of time if dinos still lived in those days. The evidence is overwhelming that Dinos were long gone in Jobs day.
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