‘Dino Pastor’ preaches in Wright Township about science behind creationism


By Melanie Mizenko - [email protected]



James Zaroda, 5, looks at a 100-year-old speciman of dinosaur dung Saturday night in New Life Community Church, Wright Township.


Amanda Hrycyna | For Times Leader


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    WRIGHT TWP. — The “Dino Pastor” brought his message and evidence that he says proves creation and Noah’s flood Saturday night.

    The Rev. Paul E. Veit talked about topics such as pyramids, rock cuts, elongated skulls and aliens to prove creationism in the front of New Life Community Church, 570 S. Main Road.

    “Evolutionists definitely needs aliens,” Veit said during his presentation. Veit said that there are three things people should question about evolution — aliens’ distance to earth, the scientific laws and that the Bible only teaches about God and heaven. “The Bible mentions no other beings, that’s not fair to aliens.”

    Describing the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), Veit reminded individuals that there is one group who has never claimed to be taken by aliens: the born again Christians. “The born again’s who have asked God for forgiveness,” he said.

    As he described rock cuts, Veit told the few dozen in attendance that “man is and always was brilliant,” even as the technology King Solomon and his followers used became lost to history until the 1800s.

    Dave Elick, pastor of New Life Community Church, said he brought in Veit to “contradict education” especially for younger people. “We are flooded with information and people can care less,” Elick said. He claimed that education in modern America presents evolution and not creationism. “People need to do their due diligence.”

    Veit brought his mobile museum of authentic fossils for presentation. They included dinosaur poop, a replica of an enlongated skull and dinosaur eggs.

    James Zaroda, 5, was with his grandfather when the Dino Pastor was setting up. Zaroda was able to carry in a toe bone of a dinosaur.

    “It was fun,” Zaroda said after the talk and slide show.

    When John Robaczewski brought up carbon dating, Viet went into another slide show that helps dispel the science.

    “When you look at dates, sometimes it’s off by millions of years,” Veit said, talking about lava that was carbon dated from Mount St. Helens, Washington state.

    With the evidence he presented, Veit knows “evolution looks dead in its place.”

    James Zaroda, 5, looks at a 100-year-old speciman of dinosaur dung Saturday night in New Life Community Church, Wright Township.
    http://timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_Dinos1.jpgJames Zaroda, 5, looks at a 100-year-old speciman of dinosaur dung Saturday night in New Life Community Church, Wright Township. Amanda Hrycyna | For Times Leader

    By Melanie Mizenko

    [email protected]esleader.com

    Reach Melanie Mizenko at 570-991-6116 or on Twitter @TL_MMizenko.

    Reach Melanie Mizenko at 570-991-6116 or on Twitter @TL_MMizenko.

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