Is this existence of dinosaurs the Achilles' Heel of biblical logic?

ThiccNigro
There are many things that make me think the Bible is false. The clear geocentric ideology in Genesis. The size of Noah's ark being smaller than the titanic, and could in no way house 2 of every "animal" (the size of the arc is given in cubits in the Bible and there's no way that even if you broke animals up by genus, which would consider tigers and lions the same thing, could you fit all of them in one boat) but nothing is further proof to me than the fact that dinosaurs are never directly mentioned.

The bible does mention a couple of random creatures that sound dinosaur-esque but it's pretty clear there are other animals it could be talking about. Dinosaurs are thought to have gone extinct around 65-66 million years ago, where even the oldest forms of humans (not Homo sapiens) existed only about 7 million years ago. So no human ever saw them. We had no idea that dinosaurs existed prior to the 1800s and the bible was written around 3000 years ago so it makes sense a book written after their extinction but before their discovery wouldn't mention them
Is this existence of dinosaurs the Achilles' Heel of biblical logic?
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