I was just going to say, "Again?" but I thought I'd check it out just to make sure my typical smarmy comment wasn't totally off-whack. But something weird starts to download when you open that site, so, I recommend people not go look unless they are daring.
Might be nothing, but I wasn't gonna wait to find out.
The article starts out : "HONG KONG: A group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers said they believe they may have found Noah's Ark —four thousand metres up a mountain in Turkey....."
Key word -"evangelical"
Credibity went right out the window. Look, Noah's Ark is a nice story based on an ancient Samartian story that took place on the banks of the Tigaris River in Iraq. Every culture that lives on a major river tells a story of a flood and how a hero built a big boat (Native American's along the Missisippi River tells a similar story of a hero building a giant canoe) to save the day.
How do they know that its Noah's Ark and not just some random ancient building?
Probably has the dinosaur bones in it, since, obviously, those creatures didn't make it off the boat to keep going after the flood.
Have you seen the videos of that? The actual stuff they show children, little movies of dinosaurs walking up the ramp with the giraffes and stuff?
Teaching that is "real" has to count as mental abuse to children.
Don't recall ever hearing about dinosaurs having a spot on Noah's Ark. As for teaching the biblical story of Noah's Ark being mental abuse to children......you should educate yourself on the ancient history of the world's religions in regard to the Flood. Considering the current angst between Islam and Christianity, I've located the following Islamic reference to the Flood:
"Furthermore, there are passages in the Quran where a universal flood is clearly implied, if not explicitly stated. In fact, these very same passages are appealed to by Muslim writers, such as al-Tabari, to support the fact that the flood was universal. Before proceeding to the Muslim writings, let us first examine the Quranic witness to the universality of Noah's flood:
"At length, behold! There came Our Command, and the fountains of the earth gushed forth! We said: `Embark therein, of each two, male and female, and your family- except those against whom the Word has already gone forth,- and the believers.' But only a few believed with him." S. 11:40
"Then the word went forth: `O earth! Swallow up thy water, and O sky! withhold (thy rain)! And the water abated, and the matter was ended. The Ark rested on Mount Judi, and the word went forth: `Away with those who do wrong!'" S. 11:44
These verses state that the earth gushed forth with water, implying that the flood was universal. It does not say that only the land where Noah lived gushed forth with flood waters."
That only makes sense to people who already believe this impossible nonsense. The story of Noah is illogical, therefore it must be dismissed as untrue. A lie!
I am copying the entire content of that article in a popular newspaper from India called Times of India.
HONG KONG: A group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers said they believe they may have found Noah's Ark — four thousand metres up a mountain in Turkey.
The team say they recovered wooden specimens from a structure on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey that carbon dating proved was 4,800 years old, around the same time the ark is said to have been afloat.
"It's not 100% that it is Noah's Ark but we think it is 99.9% that this is it," Yeung Wing-cheung, a Hong Kong documentary filmmaker and member of the 15-strong team from Noah's Ark Ministries International said.
The structure had several compartments, some with wooden beams, which were believed to house animals, he said. The group of archaeologists ruled out an established human settlement on the grounds that one had never been found above 3,500 metres in the vicinity.
Using that logic, here's another story:
A man came home and caught his wife in the shower with another man. He ruled cheating out on the grounds that he had never had sex with her in the bathroom.
It is not mental abuse. We do not know the size of Noah's Ark. Friend please read Holy Bible and God's love will bring the answers.
Child abuse. You should be arrested.
Actually the Bible does state the size of the Ark.
300 Cubits long
50 Cubits wide
30 Cubits high
And so does Bill Cosby....
...in one of the finest humor pieces of all time.
Lest any of you folks out there with no sense of humor think that I've committed some kind of sacrilege, remember that humor taps the heart and soul and leads them to discoveries that could be made no other way.
What did I do? I am only trying to spread God's love. Why should I be arrested? God bless you. Amen.
True Believer you are new to Hub Pages. Mark is teasing you. You have opened a forum with a link to an article that was much publicized, but even the scientists who have made the discovery can offer no valid proof.
There are at least 88 different cultures that have a flood story about a giant craft made to house the animals. Perhaps there is only one Ark, or perhaps there were a hundred. No one knows for sure.
No - I genuinely think people who teach the Noah's Ark story to their children as factual are abusing their children and should be arrested for child abuse.
Mental abuse can take a life time to remove. Great list of flood stories here if you are interested in old myths:
Yeah but he's new and not from around here. No Hubs yet or anything. Just a hubkin himself.
No - he is here to promote and push his religious beliefs and that is all he is here for.
You can take the clues from his user name and the first thread he started within a few minutes of joining the site.
Friend did I start the topic in the wrong area. I thought I selected Christianity and those who believe in Jesus Christ would be find this news interesting. I am sorry if I started in wrong area. I am learning now.
I know he started just a while ago. I am still learning about people also. I am usually the bleeding heart that takes them through the hub process because they have started their hub in the forum instead of the hub tool.
Well - you can take your clues from his user name "True Believer" and that he started a thread to push the ridiculous notion that "evangelical scientists" are 99.9% certain that they have found Noah's Ark.
Not 100% mind you - 99.9%.
I read it last night, I was going to do a hub on it, but frankly I am here to spread joy and laughter and make money. A hub about Noah's Ark? What am I gonna sell, tickets to Turkey? The rest of my hubs are to raise awarenes to real harsh issues like abuse, human trafficking and animal cruelty. We are responsible for what happens here and now.
I believe in God, but people have to be responsible for their actions, and no 4000 year old ark is going to stop people from skinning dogs and cats in Asia.
Speaking of Asia - I am setting up a company selling dinosaur hunting trips in China to Evangelists.
You want to get involved?
If I can make money at it with no investment other than my writing and research, I am on it!
Be more fun to send them somewhere like this: World's newest island
Then they can find evidence dinosaurs and god in equal proportion.
More likely he is an avatar of someone already on here - behaves like a troll and looks like a troll to me, maybe like the peaceful muslim guy.
You seem a bit obsessed with that particular paranoia.
And for such a talented wordsmith you seem to fall back on simple, childish, unimaginative personal insults quite often. That's a shame.
After a couple of weeks of being trolled by you I guess it just rubbed off in the end.
What exactly do you have against me posting anyway - you attached yourself to me the moment I arrived and even though it is clear I have no interest in your empty and usually insulting comments you persist - even to the point of constantly posting clearly unwanted comments on my hubs.
Sab O is the troll formerly known as TK sensei and is trying to provoke you into a personal attack.
It suffers serious self esteem issues based around an educational deficiency and almost always picks on some one it perceives to be more well educated than itself.
I am surprised it is allowed to continue in this fashion, but I suspect no one can be bothered to complain about it.
"After a couple of weeks of being trolled by you I guess it just rubbed off in the end."
Do you really lack the creativity to communicate without the personal insults?
Sorry friend I agree some priests do bad things on children. God has not failed us but sometimes we have failed to God. I pray for everyone to be blessed with God's love.
Cool! Flood myth jackpot link! Thanks Mr. Knowles.
Nice bits of Native (Indian/Native American) flood accounts here, too.
Yo, people, it was a CANOE, not an ark lol
Friend that was a nice picture. How do we put picture here?
It's easy. When you open up to make your next reply, look on the bottom right corner of the text box and you will see "Formatting Tips." Click it and you'll get instructions for lots of fun stuff.
Friend I was not aware he was joking. Thank you for reply. Some things have to be experienced and experiments not always reliable. My faith in Bible makes me a believer. Friend can you tell me how to put picture here?
[img]LINK TO PICTURE INCLUDING HTTP// all the way to GIF[/img]
It has to have the brackets and img at beginning and end.
Hey it worked! Go to Glitter Graphics, it's got the whole thing there, pretty cool!
you are most welcome!
Thank you for yours too
Based on my faith I believe in Bible and I think Noah's Ark could have existed. We can not surely say yes or no and also depends on faith. Thank You Friend for the picture.
Thank you for your gracious and patient responses to the people who only seek to ridicule you. How sad for them that they have no more mature way to express their disagreement.
The ark. 300 cubits long. That looks about 600ft to me ( measurement from fingers to elbow isn't it?)
I just gotta see a 600 ft boat with all the earth's animals on it!
That would be a tad overloaded.
A bit like a 12ft skiff with New York on-board, buildings and all!
Ah, here's an example of how religion makes people stupid.
Ruins of an ancient wooden structure are found high in a mountain. How did they get there? Who lived there permanently enough to leave ruins and why did we have no record of them?
But that sort of question is disregarded in favor of pretending to have found support for an unsupportable myth.
A fifteen member team from “Noah’s Ark Ministries” have discovered Noah’s ark…does this smell fishy?
True Believer, welcome.
I have a few notes to add.
1. The flood is evident on every major land mass. Bible says that water erupted from under mountains and the great firmament fell upon the earth. A water firmament surrounding the earth would support dino's living conditions and a catostrophic event such as mountains turning to mud and flowing over the top of them would explain why there are fossils trapped in "flat" stratum layers. It would also explain why petrified trees lay through two layers that are supposed to be millions of years apart.
2. It is not hard to imagine that different breeds of animals could start from one pair. Dogs for example have hundreds of breeds. they came from only wild dog varieties. This is possible because each egg and sperm has enough dna options to produce millions of varieties. Impala,Eland,Blackbuck,Kudu are 4 of 74 antelope species in Africa alone. On the Ark were probably one pair. Actually, DNA Sequencing alone is enough reason to walk away from evolution "theory"(they teach proof remember) alone. The first 30 seconds of an egg and sperm joining is 100X more complex than man landing on the moon. DNA splice, join, break, skip, flip, stretch and move at millions of altercations per second. If you want to believe a Creator had no part in that, fine. Ill advisable though. God loves diversity it seems, but He doesn't like ignorance.
3. The ark measurements were proportionate to ship building of today. Thats right- that drunk "idiot" (so you will hear) of the past had ship building experience? No. God gave him something he couldn't have known. Devine intervention at its best.
Anyway, good to have you around.
1: Pretty much nothing there is true.
2: So according to you evolution is obviously impossible, but all the worlds current biodiversity evolved from a couple hundred individual creatures starting from 4000 years ago.
3: No they aren't, today we don't build boats that size out of wood. The myth just lays down what would have seemed like an impressively large ship to people back in the day, but God would have had to teach Noah how to forge an iron hull.
I knew there were a lot of flood stories, but this is amazing!
I would love to challenge your train of thought but it would require longer rail than whats in a siding.
Yeh, you would need several rolls of toilet paper just to explain the 6000 year old planet the crud in this video relies on and believes in for starters!
Whatever, the world is waiting until they publish their findings and it can be studied by archeologists. Noah's Ark has been claimed to have been discovered numerous times.
@earnest...great flood is in every big religion..dont know why..but it is there...noah is called manu is hindu scriptures and guess something else in others..may be there was some great flood during early days of human beings which got recorded and continued with added things later on..i dont know..but i think , it can be the case...what do u think?
The only True Ark would have to have been buried in elephant, turkey, swordfish and bull shit.
Besides... How did the Wambats manage to get a ticket?
Why do they ignore the importance of Coprolite (fossilised shit) at dig sites?
By studying and identifying the poo.. they can establish the reality of the 'Ark' via the animal evolutionary process can't they!
Thinking of your stomach there Wayne? I love turkey, nice bird. Better dead though .... yum! .
Maybe the turkey died after trying to pass the ark out, got bored on the toilet and fell asleep and died sometime later!
You know Wayne, sometimes I think you may not believe in the ark being found at all!!
A double wammy! Wot can I say. You guys are crazy!
By the way I like that in a person!
Just a little concerned here.
You don't suppose we have hijacked this thread do you?
Haha no I think we got away with it! lol! It's that poor turkey I feel sorry for!
Article from my local newspaper today...
Kurdish workers carted wood up Mt. Ararat in order to fake the discovery of Noah’s Ark, an archeologist who worked on the dig says.
On Tuesday, a group of Asian Christian evangelicals held a press conference in Turkey to announce they were “99.9 per cent” sure they’d found the biblical boat.
The claim was greeted with immediate skepticism, which seems increasingly well founded.
The bible suggests that the ark came to rest after 40 days of flooding in the “mountains of Ararat.” The mountain, located in Turkey near the border with Armenia, is an inhospitable place for both geographic and political reasons. And even the translation is suspect.
The bible specifies that the landing spot is “Urartu.” Over time Urartu became Ararat, a name that was given to the mountain long after the bible was written. So it’s not exactly clear where the bible’s authors meant. Thus, it’s slightly suspect that the ark should show up exactly where we want it to be.
Nonetheless, Ararat has drawn a steady stream of explorers for decades. Many of them have “discovered” the ark.
“I don’t know of any expedition that ever went looking for the ark and didn't find it,” said archeologist Paul Zimansky recently told National Geographic.
Ditto Noah’s Ark Ministries International. The evangelical-archeological group claims to have found the remains of the ark in a series of caverns near the peak of Ararat in 2008. Video footage provided by the group shows incongruous wooden beams jutting through the ice in a cavern. They also claim that carbon dating puts the age of the wooden beams discovered at 4,800 years old.
The scientific-creationist movement (yes, such a thing exists) has suggested that the entire radio-carbon dating process must be recalibrated. This is their way of explaining how objects can be shown to be tens of thousands of years old on a planet they believe was created out of the void 6,000 years ago.
So even they doubt Noah’s Ark Ministries, since in their time-compressed radio-carbon world, 4,800 years is far too young for the ark.
Now, someone within the Noah’s Ark Ministries camp is rubbishing the discovery.
Randall Price, an evangelical Christian, was apparently one of the original archeologists hired by the group. He has been circulating an email, alleging that the wooden beams were taken from a site near the Black Sea and then planted on Ararat. Price has stopped talking about the incident, and is involved in some sort of financial dispute with Noah’s Ark Ministries. But he did acknowledge the email to the Christian Science Monitor.
For now, the doubters have no way of directly confronting the evidence. The Noah’s Ark Ministries team intends to keep the ark’s purported location secret until they get it designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
There seem to be a lot of stories that are shared by many cultures. The Tree of Life is also another that appears throughout cultures. There may be some truth in these stories, or they may be symbols and allegories. Either way, they are not without value, but to construe and fabricate acts of magic, miracles, etc., is also going to be commonplace among such stories.
I was sure they had discovered the 'Noah's Ark' before. It is a wondrous discovery non the less.
I recall reading that Ron Wyatt had found the ark. I seem to remember reading that they tested a piece that he brought back. If I recall correctly it was dated at the time that Noah would have built it using the carbon dating method.
I also recall reading that carbon dating is not accurate.
It's accurate enough to give a rough estimate.
Do you know what carbon dating is about, SirDent?
Look - if carbon dating is accurate - that means the bible is wrong about the age of the earth. Ergo - it is inaccurate.
Except when dating Arks on Turkish mountains - in which case it is infallible.
I don't know specifics about it. I do know it has to do with the half life of carbon and that everything has carbon in it. They measure the carbon present and compare it with the carbon it should have, or something like that.
I don't believe they actually found the ark. If the ark is still intact it will have to be petrified or frozen in a mountain of ice.
Ron Wyatt also reportedly found a chariot wheel in the Red Sea.
He also reportedly found the Ark of the Covenant under Golgotha where Christ was crucified. Of course he didn't bring the Ark with him.
These may be the perfect examples of how belief in superstitions is best perpetuated. The Catholic church, for centuries (and still do), cherished and fought over "sacred relics" such as a bone from the body of John the Beloved, and the list is endless.
So then producing other religious "relics" will only infuse further belief in superstition among the masses, but in actual fact, there seems to be little if any evidence to truly provide such belief. That's the saddest news to me.
I think Steven Spielberg got it right in Raiders: the arch of the convenant is lost in a government warehouse. Where all sacred relics apparently are. Area 51 probably also has significant secrets to tell someday.
Sir Dent: I also recalled the Ron Wyatt "discovery" which, by various accounts, is the "most likely" to be the "real" ark. Here is a link: http://www.arkdiscovery.com/noah%27s_ark.htm I can't find the date of the discovery though (easily, anyway).
According to that "discovery,"
Top Points to Consider
It is in the shape of a boat, with a pointed bow and rounded stern.
Exact length as noted in biblical description, 515 feet or 300 Egyptian cubits. (Egyptian not Hebrew cubit would have been known to Moses who studied in Egypt then wrote Genesis.)
It rests on a mountain in Eastern Turkey, matching the biblical account, "The ark rested . . . upon the mountains of Ararat" Genesis 8:4. (Ararat being the name of the ancient country Urartu which covered this region.)
Contains petrified wood, as proven by lab analysis.
Contains high-tech metal alloy fittings, as proven by separate lab analyses paid for by Ron Wyatt, then performed later by Kevin Fisher of this web site. Aluminum metal and titanium metal was found in the fittings which are MAN-MADE metals!
Vertical rib timbers on its sides, comprising the skeletal superstructure of a boat. Regular patterns of horizontal and vertical deck support beams are also seen on the deck of the ark.
Occupied ancient village at the ark site at 6,500 ft. elevation matching Flavius Josephus' statement "Its remains are shown there by the inhabitants to this day."
Dr. Bill Shea, archaeologist found an ancient pottery sherd within 20 yards of the ark which has a carving on it that depicts a bird, a fish, and a man with a hammer wearing a headdress that has the name "Noah" on it. In ancient times these items were created by the locals in the village to sell to visitors of the ark. The ark was a tourist attraction in ancient times and today.
Recognized by Turkish Government as Noah's Ark National Park and a National Treasure. Official notice of its discovery appeared in the largest Turkish newspaper in 1987.
Visitors' center built by the government to accommodate tourists further confirms the importance of the site.
Huge anchor stones were found near the ark and in the village Kazan, 15 miles away, which hung off the rear of the ark to steady its ride.
The ark rests upon Cesnakidag (or Cudi Dagi) Mountain, which is translated as "Doomsday" Mountain.
Dr. Salih Bayraktutan of Ataturk University stated, "It is a man made structure, and for sure it's Noah's Ark" Common Sense. This same article also states "The site is immediately below the mountain of Al Judi, named in the Qur'an as the resting place of the Ark." Houd Sura 11:44
Radar scans show a regular pattern of timbers inside the ark formation, revealing keels, keelsons, gunnels, bulkheads, animal chambers, ramp system, door in right front, two large barrels in the front 14' x 24', and an open center area for air flow to all three levels.
I saw a Discovery Channel (tends to be credible) documentary on this once. They explained the science of how the animals COULD have been easily cared for, etc.
Hasn't science also proven the existence of a flood at the relevant time period?
You wouldn't be interested in joining my dinosaur hunting trip to China would you? It includes a free piece of the "genuine" Ark for posterity.
Discovery channel is not a credible source at all. My goddesses, the crap I've seen on Discovery 'documentaries'. Half of them oughtta be illegal. No wonder people have no clue what to believe these days. We've legitimized everything. It's now perfectly respectable to be an arabic jew for christ fortune-teller who believes that non-angelic aliens secretly rule the world, in cahoots with freemasons, of course, the military knows all about it, and bigfoot too, and Obama is the anti-christ, you can tell cause his stepfather was indonesian.
If none of that is clear to you, obviously you've never watched the Discovery channel.
so now they have found remains of ark, everyone will believe, eh Earnesthub.
It is rather scary just how many people will lie for Jesus.
Why do you think that is?
Do you know why so many will lie for Jesus?
don't have all the answers, but why would anyone have to lie for Jesus, he speaks for himself, still.
He never existed so how can he speak for himself. Do you think that is why so many of you feel the need to lie for him?
remember when you were banned Mark, it was cool
Really? Oh yes - I remember you don't like to hear anything from non believers. They are an abomination against God. If I remember - you have never read the bible either.
For the purposes of this scenario the accuracy of carbon dating isn't really important.
Someone found an old piece of wood. Whether or not that is a legitimate discovery, it doesn't support the existence of the biblical ark.
Another thread ? Hmm, i thought only mormons believed this news..weird to see converted indians are preach this type of crap these days.
Oddly, Mormons are lumped together with a lot of other religions that are perceived to believe and practice strange things. They are certainly not alone. Threads in the forums pretty much prove it, I think.
The converted are often more passionate and blinded than the original believers. I guess it happens because of the intense desire to "fit in" with the rest.
Saw some video and a picture about finding Noah's Ark? Would like to see more pictures?
I've got a question for the ones who believe in this super savior of a floating device: Just how many animals can ya fit on a big boat!? It sounds like a lot of life was left to drown, so what in the hell happened? LOL!
Try asking that to the blind believers - wouldn't a kid ask the same question if he/she were told this story? And, still they believe in this without questioning!
Now, I believe in a higher power, but certainly don't buy stuff like this!!
I feel the same as you and I keep a very open mind I find anything mysterious fascinating, I love searching for answers
Ha-ha! Yeah, the cosmos is little more diverse than these elementary students give credit for, don't ya think? LOL!
I think non believers shouldn't be so skeptical about possible evidence for Biblical finds..its possible that a lot of the stories in the Bible are true even if you don't believe in God..so it's more about learning about our history
Definitely, but the believers should also leave their myths unattached in the process and quit being so skeptical of the sound-minded folks.
By the way, what defines a so-called "believer"??? LOL!
Well speaking personally - I am sick and tired of being told what I "should " and "shouldn't" do by people not in any way qualified to tell me what to do. In fact - this is the crux of my issue with irrational belief systems.
LOLOL at the biblical stories being true. Seriously. LOL There are plenty of sources to learn about history - and the bible is not one of them. LOLOL
Two of every animal................... LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLO
What's that? Following hogwash? Please, find better things to do besides taking up for Noah's Ark! LOL!
Fair enough I respect your opinion, I wasn't taking either side, I was looking at it from a historical perspective.
A historical perspective. How so? That you think it is possible that three men, using hand tools, made a 450 foot-long boat to hold 2 of every animal 4,000 years ago on the instructions of a god who intended to wipe every living thing off the planet for sinfulness?
I really wish you non-believers would stop discounting the evidence that is right before your eyes!
Not only have the remains of the boat itself been found, but photographic evidence of the event itself exists.. like the image of the two cougars taken just after the ship's launch during happy hour..
Well, at least you got the "happy hour" part right... By the way, how is the Pike fishing up north, fellow igloo worshipper?
I suspect carbon dating problems with this evidence. Additionally, I'm not sure two-dimensional artifacts are that reliable. I think your evidence was photoshopped.....
i bet they dated carbon or any other material they could get their hands on as long as it was young and solid
I was wrong with my guess at how long the ark was supposed to be. 515 foot not the generous 600 foot I proposed it was.
I said it would be like fitting New York in a 12 foot skiff, so I guess that would now be a 9 foot tender!
By the way, I am waiting for the religious maths or the carbon compressors to arrive next!
Well if it is the Ark, then geology, earth science, geochemistry, geophysics, glaciology, paleoclimatology and paleontology are all wrong, cause they say there never was a global flood.
Of course scientists are no fun anyway and this is why they never get invited to parties.
Without Enkidu and Gilgamesh there would be no Biblical flood story...
With this said, I find it humorous how some people continue to figure that the earch is only a few thousand years old... "look it radio carbon dates to 4000 years ago...that means we're 99.9% it is the real ark.."
Ludicrous. I have seen proto-writing older than that... People were drinking beer and getting high long before....
The ridiculousness that follows the "self-fulfilling prophecy" strikes again....
I've just had a revelation, with all them rabbits the Ark landed in Australia and it is really Uluru covered in sand !
Don't know how the heck the monkeys were allowed onboard.
Hello Earnest how are you doing?
Right I hope im not being silly ok but did they not say a few years ago that they had found noahs ark in the alps in switzerland, im sure it was on the tv when i was a fetus?
The flood story is simply archetypal. In every major culture and religion since they began.
each man to himself, no you cannot have my lifejacket earnest, sorry for your luck
water in my ear. damn. I think that was a sign and where are all the mammals by the way? geez.
So, what is your theory as to the original basis for the archetype of the flood? What is your theory as to how this archetypal event made it's way into diverse religious historical teachings? Including that of the Muslims?
I got in, no trouble. You know what? I think it's the real deal. I never had any trouble believing that story. It's generic to all the cultures in the world, though they have different versions of God, Noah...etc..
So I think there really was a tremendous flood and a great big boat. I like boats; I like that story.
by srwnson 11 years ago
This question was recently brought to my attention by the current excavations being conducted in Turkey on the location of Noah's Ark, is there any current news on this subject?
by secretmemoir 10 years ago
Given that there are over a million species described how would you fit them on a boat? Even if you were to take only the mammals, you're looking at a minimum of 5000 described species - in pairs (plus all their food). Plus all the extinct species
by marinealways24 11 years ago
Can you explain without faith how Noah's ark is logical without using faith?Did they have the dino's on Noah's Ark?Logic tells me that noahs ark is faith based. I mean, did the dino's wait in the single file line to board the ship?How could a drunk man round up every animal in the world into a...
by Rupert Taylor 4 years ago
Why spend $100 million on a replica of Noah's Ark complete with stalls for dinosaurs?As the ark opened to receive visitors in Kentucky in July 2016 it's appropriate to ask, would it not have been a better use for the money to help feed the hungry and house the homeless?
by Murphy 7 years ago
Is the story of Noah's Ark a Myth or Truth?Think about that logically and rationally, not emotionall or spiritually.. Is the story of Noah's Ark a Myth? Can you imagine how big that boat had to be in order to house 2 each of Gods creatures? Who informed the Penguins that there was a flood...
by Writer Fox 6 years ago
No matter who you are, your ancestry is traced from Noah and his wife. This is where your family tree begins. Could this be Noah's Ark?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7iycpe16V0
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