First, DO NOT LISTEN TO CREATIONISTS!
Now, I believe when the Bible talks about certain animals, commonly thought of as
predators, eating grass, it’s more a message of peace, an allegory. We can’t take
the Bible literally at every turn, otherwise we’d be cutting off our hands and pluck-
ing out our eyes which lead us to sin.
God did not the lion or alligator or wolf deadly sharp teeth so as to eat plants only.
God also did not tell us about the Heliocentric Solar System, the galaxies, etc, nor
does the Bible even talk about the ancient people who went into the Americas dur–
ing the Ice Age. Such information is irrelevant to our relationship with God.
The Bible is not designed to tell us about every single little fact, nor does it speak
everywhere in terms of factual data and so forth, but its only purpose is to preach
Truth and bring us closer to God.
Now when it comes to dinosaurs, those great beasts died out millions of
yeas ago, unless of course you consider as many scholars do that birds
are technically in fact dinosaurs. But back to the large creatures millions
of years ago, what good would it have done between us and God for the
Bible to talk about way back then? We’d know more, yes, but it would
not be about God then.
I warn you not to listen to Creationists, because their faith is dependent on the
idea that if the Bible is not 100% literal fact then there can’t be a God. Such is
a BIG mistake, for ONE they miss out on the point of the Bible, TWO the Bible
stops becoming the Word of God and becomes more like a science textbook,
and THREE Creationists (in order to prove the Bible as 100% literal fact) must
resort to a very dishonest and indigent form of false science.