Searching for Ropens and Finding God fiery flying serpent Ropen and a "serpent" Dinosaur Bird and extinction indoctrination No pterosaur fossil younger than Mesozoic?
Fiery flying serpents in the new nonfiction Although this new book has been called “the Bible of Modern pterosaurs,” and it explains a new interpretation for the flying “snakes” in the Old Testament, the Bible itself is quoted only in a few places. This book is more about the adventures of a few Bible-believing Americans who searching for the creatures in Papua New Guinea and about the shocking encounters that many eyewitnesses have had around the world.    
Searching for Ropens and Finding God has been called “the Bible of modern pterosaurs.”
The Fiery Flying Serpent
Ropen Book published in October of 2014 
Searching for Ropens and Finding Godnonfiction by Whitcomb
As riveting as some fictional tales of dragons, Searching for Ropens and Finding God is a nonfiction about pterosaurs with long tails, apparently real animals that live in our modern world. How could they have remained undiscovered, or at least unacknowledged, by late-2014, by modern scientists? The book explains that delayed discovery, with deep analysis given to the reader in simple English. From the back cover: “Settle into a comfortable chair and prepare for what may become the most unsettling scientific discovery since Copernicus and Galileo. This true story takes you into the expeditions that began to prepare the Western world for a discovery not yet recognized by scientists in developed countries.”
The World War II veteran Duane Hodgkinson still tells people about his marvelous encounter with a “pterodactyl” when he and his army buddy were in a jungle clearing in New Guinea in 1944: Wow!
copyright 2014  Jonathan Whitcomb
United States Marine Eskin Kuhn, in 1971, at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he saw two “pterodactyls” flying in clear daylight. Read about him and others in the book.
Author on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, who searched for a flying creature that may be related to the fiery flying serpent of the Bible
Lake Pung, where seven natives encountered the huge ropen of Umboi Island, in clear daylight, around 1994