The Bible does refer to dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs were created on day 6 along with all the other land animals, including Adam and Eve.
Those that think the dinosaurs died out millions of years ago are perhaps unaware of the large amount of evidence indicating that they lived recently alongside man.
There are many written accounts and depictions of dinosaurs.
Remember that the word dinosaur was invented in 1841. Before that people used names like dragon.
People from all over the world have accounts of dinosaurs: the Chinese who have incorporated it into their lunar calendar, The Welsh who have the dragon in their flag; The account of the Saxon Beowolf; The native american thunderbird; and other stories from many other nations. The Romans even made mosaics of them. The temple of Angkor in Cambodia has a carving that is clearly a Stegosaur – presumably 800 years ago it was a familiar animal to them. http://creation.com/angkor-saw-a-stegosa…
The Bible (the book of Job) has graphic descriptions of two creatures (Leviathan and Behemoth) which do not exists today and are almost certainly what we would now call dinosaurs. The Behemoth had a tail like a cedar tree.
In the Old Testament, the Hebrew word תנין , tanniyn, appears some 15 times—some
modern English translations translate it as ‘monster’, ‘serpent’ or ‘jackal’, while in
the King James Bible the word ‘dragon’ is used. Tanniyn could refer, at least in some
contexts, to large reptiles/dinosaurs.
Furthermore, dinosaur fossils have even been found containing blood cells - hardly 65 million years old.
But check the evidence for yourself - don't by brainwashed by dogmatic evolutionists who don't want us to think for ourselves :)