Declare God's Wonders, is sponsored by the Rev. Paul E. Veit often referred to as the "Dino Pastor" and discloses the truth about our existence based on the study of our past; specifically DINOSAUR and other fossil remains.

Through the study of our past it has been proven that we have NOT evolved from the "primordial pond scum" we have been led to believe, but were created by God's Holy hand as described in the Biblical Book of Genesis.

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 Who is Paul Veit?

Paul Veit is a graduate of Nyack College and Denver Conservative Baptist Seminary. He is pursuing on-going paleontological training at the Mt. Blanc Fossil Museum. He is ordained in the Christian Missionary Alliance and is licensed as an evangelist. He is the Founder and Director of Declare God's Wonders, Inc., an evangelistic ministry, and The Dinosaur Encounter, a Creation Learning Center located in Bridgton, Maine.

Paul is married and has four children.

What does he do? See the two brochures below: 

    Dinosaur Encounter Brochure

What is his Statement of Faith?

1. The Scriptures

We believe God supernaturally inspired all the words of the Bible without error in the original texts to give mankind His authoritative message.

2. The Godhead

We believe that there is one God who is loving, just, and holy. He is the Creator of heaven and earth, eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

3. Jesus Christ

We believe in the absolute deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His real humanity, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His substitutionary death, in His bodily resurrection, in His ascension into heaven, and in His personal return in power and glory.

4. Holy Spirit

We believe in His absolute deity. He convicts sinners and saves those who believe in Christ. He gives spiritual gifts and the power to live the Christian life.

5. Man

We believe that God created all things as described in Genesis. We believe that the first man, Adam, sinned bringing spiritual death to all mankind, who therefore, stand condemned, making the new birth absolutely necessary.

6. Salvation

We believe that God gives eternal life to all those who repent and put their faith in Christ alone, justifying them by the blood of Christ and imputing righteousness to them.

7. The Church

We believe in the universal church to which all believers belong. We believe in the importance of the local church which is made up of believers who gather for worship, fellowship and teaching. We believe in the responsibility of the church to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ, preaching the Gospel to all nations.

8. The Future

We believe in the eternal existence of the soul, the resurrection of the body, the eternal blessedness of believers, and the eternal punishment of unbelievers.

What are his beliefs about creation?

Exodus 20:11 - God says in the ten commandments, "for in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the seas and all that is in them..."

I believe in a literal six day supernatural creation. I believe the flood in Genesis was an actual historical event, worldwide in it's extent and effect.

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The ministry of Rev. Paul Veit and Declare God's Wonders, Inc. was featured in the March/April 2008 issue of The Good News Connection. Click the Good News Connection mast head below to read the full article:

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Numerous pastors have told us that one of the most amazing things about the Stones and Bones, Claws and Jaws Outreaches is the effect that it has had on unsaved men. Glen Bayly of the Mifflinburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church hosted an outreach near Bucknell University in Pennyslvania. He writes, "Paul Veit does a great job! He is well-versed in the subject and has the gift of evangelism. We hoisted him in the high school with five other churches - five hundred attending with twenty-five indicating decisions for Christ." Most of the decisions were from adult men.

We had about two hundred and fifty adults saved as a result of the outreaches last year. I would estimate that eighty percent of them were adult men. We rejoice that the Lord has used this ministry to bring so many into the kingdom of God.

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Many people collect stamps and coins but very fiew people collect dung - fossilized dung to be precise. At "The Dinosaur Encounter" you can see dung from a Megladon shark, a turtle, and a large mammal. The largest dung weighs in at 100 pounds. It is from a mass Apatosaurus graveyard.

But what does dung have to do with The Flood? When you closely examine the fossil dung, one of the first things that comes to your mind is . . . you can see . . . It's gross and there is no weathering at all. It's too perfect and that's the point. It had to be covered quickly. It wasn't weathering for even three days. The massive Apatosaurus was dying along with other massive friends in a huge graveyard. Their gigantic bodies were rapidly being covered in sedimentary rock laid down by water. They arched their backs in agony and released their muscles. Say no more . . . perfect dung and strong evidence for a rapid burial.

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I have appreciated your prayers for our outreaches. I had specifically asked you to pray for my ministry at Plymouth State College, Teen Missions International Boot Camp and our Florida outreaches. The Lord answered your prayers with many receiving Christ as their savior. The Campus Crusade sponsor at Plymouth State had invited a couple who were her landlords. She had been sharing the Lord with them for a number of years but they were very resistant. Praise the Lord, both got saved at the end of the outreach along with about a dozen others.

I love to preach at Teen Missions International (TMI) because they made such a phenomenal spiritual impact on my life. TMI, is, in my opinion, the most effective ministry to teens in the United States. It is an amazing sight to see hundreds of teens sitting quietly having their devotions and praying. TMI is serious about impacting teenages and the world for Christ. I also have appreciated all the assistance that they have given to my ministry. Thank you for your prayers. God moved in a powerful way. I could share so many stories but let me just describe two. Malachi was at TMI because his mother made him go. He had told the team leaders that he hated God. Malachi responded to God in repentance! One day I will introduce you to him in heaven. Alexandria was a teen who wanted to travel. She looked up "teen travel" on the internet and came across TMI. She had never heard about God's love for her. Praise the Lord she is now a child of the Kin. Thank you for your partnership with our ministry. Because of your support, we can reach many others in the months to come.

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