The Leviathan

Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus | Spinosaurus Maroccanus

“Upon earth there is not his like, who is made without fear. He beholdeth all high things: he is a king over all the children of pride.” - Job 41:33-34


A newly discovered dinosaur that is eclipsing the T-rex in size and predatory power, called the Spinosaurus, fits the description of the Leviathan in Scripture (Job 41:1-34).


The T-rex became much more famous than the Spinosaurus these past decades because the one and only fossil in the original discovery at Egypt was destroyed in an explosion during World War II. However, more recent discoveries of Spinosaurus fossils found outside of Egypt have allowed for its reemergence as a dinosaur that was larger and more powerful than the T-rex.



Furthermore, according to the testimony of Scripture (Job 41:1-34), the Spinosaurus was the only carnivorous predator that is semiaquatic (Ps. 104:26, Job 41:31-32). The latest discoveries prove this without a doubt in the revelation of an alligator-like tail that was used as a fin to maneuver with great propulsion under the water.

Also, because the Leviathan was a breathing creature, its species could have been transported by the Ark as babies like the Behemoth and the Unicorn were cradled to safety and let loose in the New World.


The frequent and mysterious references to Egypt’s Dragons in Isaiah 51:9-10 [Ps. 89:9-13], Ezekiel 29:3, & Psalm 74:12-17 could be a scriptural indication of this ancient beast, the Spinosaurus, living in Egypt and around northern Africa, especially seeing that the first Spinosaurus was found in Egypt in 1915 and the rest were found in North Africa and nowhere else.

“Lay thine hand upon him, remember the battle, do no more. Behold, the hope of him is in vain: shall not one be cast down even at the sight of him? None is so fierce that dare stir him up: who then is able to stand before me?” - Job 41:8-10