The Genesis account and the dinosaurs
Although the radioactive dating method is innovative, it is still based on speculation and hypothesis. In contrast, the biblical account of the first chapter of Genesis simply states the general order of creation. It foresees perhaps thousands of millions of years for the formation of the earth and several millennia in six creative eras, or "days", to prepare the earth for human habitation.
Certain dinosaurs (and pterosaurs) may indeed have been created in the fifth era listed in Genesis, when the Bible says that God created "flying creatures" and "great sea monsters". Maybe other types of dinosaurs were created in the sixth epoch. The wide range of dinosaurs with their huge appetite would have been appropriate given the abundant vegetation that obviously existed in their time. – Genesis 1: 20-24.
When the dinosaurs accomplished their mission, God ended their life. But the Bible doesn't say how he did it or when. We can be sure that Jehovah created dinosaurs for a purpose, even if we do not fully understand that goal at this time. They were not a mistake, not a product of evolution. The fact that they suddenly appear in the fossil record without any connection to their fossil ancestors and also disappear without leaving any fossil links connecting, is evidence against the idea that these animals have gradually evolved over millions of years. Thus, the fossil record does not support the theory of evolution. Instead, it harmonizes with the biblical view of God's creative acts.