So you say dinosaurs and humans lived together? So how did all those great structures be built, and not get torn down by a T-Rex or a Bronchousarus? How is it that the continents can fit in each other to form Pangea? How is it that if you measured the drifting rate of the continets, they would match the Earth's age of 4 billion years old, or that the Moon would take 4 billion years to be in the place that it is now from the Earth? Why does the Bible say it is ok to have slaves?
"The Bible is riddled with repetitions and contradictions, things that the Bible bangers would be quick to point out in anything that they want to criticize. For instance, Genesis 1 and 2 disagree about the order in which things are created, and how satisfied God is about the results of his labors. The flood story is really two interwoven stories that contradict each other on how many of each kind of animal are to be brought into the Ark--is it one pair each or seven pairs each of the "clean" ones? The Gospel of John disagrees with the other three Gospels on the activities of Jesus Christ (how long had he stayed in Jerusalem--a couple of days or a whole year?) and all four Gospels contradict each other on the details of Jesus Christ's last moments and resurrection. The Gospels of Matthew and Luke contradict each other on the genealogy of Jesus Christ' father; though both agree that Joseph was not his real father. Repetitions and contradictions are understandable for a hodgepodge collection of documents, but not for some carefully constructed treatise, reflecting a well-thought-out plan."