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Tyrannus Hall (Take a Closer Look at the Evidence) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that depends entirely on the generous giving of individuals, churches, and businesses.

On June 1, 2018, the Dobler family drove headfirst into full-time RVing. We wondered what would happen if we fully committed and became available to take this life-changing creation/gospel message anywhere in the U.S.A.

. . . and we’re not turning back!

Your tax-deductible charitable contribution allows us to dedicate 100% of our time to ministry efforts that reach people, young and old, with the Good News of Jesus Christ.

With 1 Peter 3:15 in mind, we desire to strengthen followers of Christ and help them confidently defend and proclaim the veracity and authority of God’s holy and inerrant Word in an increasingly secularized and confused culture.

Our outreach endeavors include exciting child, teen, and adult presentations, hands-on workshops, creation science outreach films, educational classes, and powerful Christ-centered evangelism tools.

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Legends & Lore of Dinosaurs

Explore the links between dragon myths and the reality of dinosaurs through vivid illustrations, interactive pages, and fascinating insights!

Re-visit history as you trace the tracks of these creatures throughout cultures in Asia, the Americas, Europe, and more, learning the facts, and revealing the fallacies of dragons. 

This book is case-bound and beautifully presented using original illustrations, envelopes, fold-outs, gate-folds, and more! 24 pages and 11 spreads of substantial quality, unique content! Overall this book is a must-have for your children’s creation science library. Especially if you have children who like dinosaurs.

"When children understand dinosaurs from Biblical history, they don't have any problem believing the rest of the Bible"
Brian Dobler
Tyrannus Hall

Whether battling saints or terrorizing medieval castles, these creatures provide a fascinating link to man’s earliest history, as well as a shadowy mystery now found only in the pages of ancient texts.

  • There are dragon legends in nearly every culture, from China to Australia, India to Europe, and Persia to the kingdoms of the fiercest Norse warrior

  • Eyewitnesses to these last dinosaurs include Job in the Bible, Alexander the Great, and Marco Polo

  • Drawings on cave walls and on ancient art show images that closely resemble beaked dinosaurs and flying pterosaur


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