The question is "Did dinosaurs evolve into birds? Lets check out the evidence to see what it says.
Many biologists and paleontologists believe today that birds are a direct descendant of dinosaurs.
But there is not even the slightest suggestion from the fossil record that birds evolved from dinosaurs. But still evolutionists insist there are transitional forms, and often cite a now extinct animal called Archaeopteryx as proof of evolution.
The Germany fossil specimen of the Archaeopteryx, discovered in 1861 is shown in high school biology textbooks and offered as the classic example of "evolution in action." The Archaeopteryx is the poster child of Darwinian evolution, an alleged link via therapod dinosaurs between reptiles and birds. But however, the truth is, Archaeopteryx was a bird! Unlike dinosaurs, Archaeopteryx had a large brain case for increased motor control and sensory input that were required for flight. Furthermore, Archaeopteryx had a robust furcula (wishbone), a trait characteristic of strong fliers. This furcula keeps flight muscles from crushing the birds delicate internal air sacs. Archaeopteryx had perching feet, the wings of a bird, feathers that were identical to feathers of modern birds, and a bird-like skull.
Paleontologists recently found fossils of a modern bird and concluded, from evidence, that it had lived at the same time. Archaeopteryx was not an intermediate between reptiles and birds, but was a true bird, especially created by God and preserved for us in the fossil record.
"The origins of birds is largely a matter of deduction. There is no fossil evidence of stages through which remarkable change from reptile to bird was achieved. (W.E. Swinton (British Museum of Natural History, London, "The Origin of Birds", Chapter 1, in Biology and comparative Physiology of Birds, A. J. Marshall (editor), vol. 1, Academic Press, New York. 1960, p. 1)
"It is not difficult to imagine how feathers, once evolved, assumed additional functions, but how they arose initially, presumably from reptilian scales, defies analysis. The problem has been set aside, not for want of interest, but for lack of evidence. No fossil structure transitional between scale and feather is known, and recent investigators are unwilling to found a theory on pure speculation. It seems, from complex construction of feathers, that their evolution from reptilian scales would have required an immense period of time and involved a series of intermediate structures. So far, the fossil record does not bear out that supposition." (Barbara J. Stahl, St, Anselm's College, USA, in "Vertebrate History : Problems in Evolution", McGraw-Hill, New York, 1974, pages 349 and 350)
I am Biblical Creationist that believes God created birds fully formed (which Archaeopteryx is a part of) on the fifth day of creation week. I acknowledge the Lord Jesus Christ as Creator and Saviour and say, "Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created." (Revelation 4:11)