Open Thread: They found Noah’s Ark in Turkey?

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Honestly, I had no idea Noah’s Ark had been found in Turkey. Even the Turkish government back around 1987 established the Noah’s Ark National Park because the evidence was so compelling that it was indeed Noah’s Ark.



Here’s a slightly annoying video (the music in the background annoys me) that you can watch where they go through the evidence and how they came to conclude it is indeed Noah’s Ark. You can watch the whole thing if you want, but I’d start right around 14:08 and go from there. That’s where a 1985 edition of 20/20 starts where they follow these guys to the site of Noah’s Ark. It explains the history around it as well which is why it’s a good place to start.

Also I should note that I haven’t watched the entire video, but I have seen most of it and it seems pretty legit to me. But then I could be a succor for newly found Biblical treasure.

Here’s the site the video came from that goes into quite a bit of detail if you want to read on it first.

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Steve Kasiaras
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Steve Kasiaras

I watched another youtube video earlier that was Ron Wyatt’s. This one is much more concise, informative and intriguing. Noah absolutely had to have had a large team of experienced shipbuilders. And if he wasn’t a very rich man, he must have promised to have them along on board. And how else could he have collected and taken care of all those animals? He must have had a large team. There’s another interesting video by ABC news featuring a theory proposed by the man who discovered the wreck of the Titanic, Robert Ballard. He found evidence of shoreline under the Black Sea dating back 7000 years. He thinks glacial ice falling into the Mediterranean made it overflow into the Black Sea. Noah may have known that this was happening and that eventually there would be a flood in his area.  I don’t understand the kind of thinking that says that… Read more »

Rick Johnson
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Rick Johnson

I was stationed in Turkey from 1984-1991. The Turks would allow teams to climb Arat but they controlled which routes.

RUexperienced
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RUexperienced

Nice video. Very thought provoking.

Mythslayer
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Mythslayer

In a Creation Science video we watched back in the 80’s, it talked of Ron Wyatt’s discovery and that the names of sites near his discovery are: Valley of Eight, Village of Eight, Place of Eight. There were eight survivors that got off the ark.

tinlizzieowner
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tinlizzieowner

I’m not a religious guy, I haven’t been in ‘a church’ in half a century. I believe there is ‘a God’ because it makes more sense than it does to believe that humanity is the pinnacle of intelligence in this vast universe. That said, I find the coincidences between the scientific fact in this piece and the Bible text quite compelling.

mikeinidaho
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mikeinidaho

While I believe that a Great Flood certainly happened, I find it hard to believe that after all these thousands of years remains of the wooden boat would survive on the side of a mountain. It could happen, but I’m betting that this is just a rock formation that resembles what might have been an ark. I believe the actual ark disintigrated long ago. As for Noah and the Flood, I’ll go on believing it happened at some point in the past.

las1
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las1

Ron Wyatt’s investigations in the 80’s in Turkey are very compelling… so compelling in fact that the Turks took it to be evidence enough. Review the information and the videos, it’s been out there decades now. I’m surprised that more people have not seen it.

colliemum
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colliemum

Huge thanks for providing the link to The Bible/youtube.
So I watched it.
Had a little sniffle at the Abraham and Isaac scene …

las1
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las1

Thanks to Scoop for posting this Bible clip. I too was choked up a bit, particularly the appearance of the two Angels and the Lord to Abraham. But to many people, it may be tough to watch, particularly when we all have our own internalized versions and understanding of Genesis. So a few thoughts. Firstly… Sodom and the area Abraham emigrated to was not the barren, dusty and rock strewn place this movie portrays. During Lot’s time, it was lush and green. This part of the film is unnecessarily inaccurate. The desertification of the land of Israel was a direct result of the post 8th century Arab conquest and the later centuries of Ottoman control. This resulted in the typical desert image we have of the land of Israel. Secondly… watching this film and the “sinful” activity in Sodom, you would never know that the word “sodomite” could come from… Read more »

Robert Mahoney
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Robert Mahoney

Number of animals contradiction. In Genesis 6, God tells Noah to bring two of all living creatures including (as is logical) several of all birds. The King James translation makes it slightly more flowery, but the meaning “two of each” is still clear. “” You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you. Two of every kind of bird, of every kind of animal and of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you to be kept alive. —Genesis 6:19-20 In the next chapter, Genesis 7, God directly contradicts himself. Instead of two of every animal, male and female, God tells Noah to bring seven of every clean animal – although this is also read by many as seven pairs. How can one bring seven of some animals if he is already only… Read more »

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

man, you’ve found it!! After all these years you have debunked the bible. Congratulations!

Robert Mahoney
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Robert Mahoney

Actually, like Islam, Hinduism, Seikhism…. oh I could list them all, but let’s just keep it simple, take any faith EXCEPT yours and you will agree that they have all been debunked for years.

All their writings have contradictions which proves that they are man made, but your contradictions prove it is the genuine deal.

But, I guess when it comes to your revealed religion, that’s different.

Here, let me leave you with this…

Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect,

1 Peter 3:15

All you have shown to be prepared to be is a smart ass.

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

Salvation, eternal life in the presence of God. Is that gentle and respectful enough? I don’t think I could put it any better than Stage9 and Rshill7 put it. But I noticed you didn’t respond to them.

You don’t have to believe. Thats between you and God. However I am just curious as to why you come to this site and start trying to “debunk” the bible and convert people to atheism.

Robert Mahoney
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Robert Mahoney

“Salvation, eternal life in the presence of God. Is that gentle and respectful enough? ”

That isn’t what you said though, all you did was mock.

Who said I was an atheist? Do you naturally assume that if someone doesn’t believe in your version of God than they don’t believe in God? What hubris.

For the record, I am a Deist in the mold of Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Benjamin Franklin etc

In can respond to the others when I am home and don’t have to type on a cell phone on my break.

Robert Mahoney
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Robert Mahoney

I know Glenn Beck is on this kick that Penn Jilette taught him that Paine was an Atheist. Not true.

“I believe in one God, and no more; and I hope for happiness beyond this life. I believe the equality of man, and I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy, and endeavoring to make our fellow-creatures happy.” [The Age Of Reason, 1795.]

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

I assumed you were an atheist because you never stated that you believed in any religion and basically mocked everything out there. I’m not an expert on what religious views TJ, TP and BF had but I do know the valued Christian ideals and views and didn’t mock them. “…As to Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of whom you particularly desire, I think the System of Morals and his Religion, as he left them to us, is the best the World ever saw, or is likely to see.” – BF, letter to Ezra Stiles, March 9, 1790 “I never told my own religion, not scrutinized that of another. I never attempted to make a convert, nor wished to change another’s creed. I have ever judged of the religion of others by their lives…For it is in our lives, and not from our words, that our religion must be read.” –… Read more »

Rshill7
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Rshill7

The “faiths” you list are obviously man made. You conspicuously left Christianity out. That’s good. Please “educate” us though. Who “debunked” Christianity? Nothing is like Christianity. Nothing remotely resembles it. Christ fulfilled many, many very specific prophecies. Christ’s tomb is still empty. He rose from the dead. He raised others from the dead. Even the weather obeyed his words. He also hung the moon, and put the laws of physics into motion. “For we have not followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of his majesty.” (2 Peter 1:16 KJV) When an objective person reads myth, he/she recognizes it fairly quickly as myth. Please do yourself a favor and read “The Everlasting Man” by G.K. Chesterton. It lays out the obvious myth of myth and the obvious truth of Christ. C.S Lewis, an atheist in… Read more »

Rshill7
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Rshill7

The clean animals would likely be for human consumption of Noah and his extended family…the passengers, as well as the preservation of the animals. They could also eat eggs and drink milk from some of these animals. Also, some animals would need to eat other animals from time to time. You are also saying that no one knew anything about Mosaic law until Leviticus? Just because it wasn’t written in or on anything we’ve seen doesn’t mean it was a new revelation. God revealed all kinds of things directly to Noah including covering the Ark with pitch and what kind of wood to use. Moses put the laws/rules down in writing for posterity. His ancestor Noah didn’t need it. The children of Israel coming out of Egypt after 400 years of bondage probably did need it. If you’ll recall, some of them built a golden calf to worship…a decidedly non-Jewish… Read more »

Nukeman60
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Nukeman60

Definitely worthy of a click. smile

stage9
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stage9

Introduction to Bible Difficulties and Bible Contradictions
http://carm.org/introduction-bible-difficulties-and-bible-contradictions

How many kinds did Noah bring into the ark, two or seven?
http://carm.org/bible-difficulties/genesis-deuteronomy/how-many-kinds-did-noah-bring-ark-two-or-seven

Other supposed Biblical “Contradictions” answered
http://carm.org/bible-difficulties/genesis-deuteronomy

As far as the Mosaic Law, the Law wasn’t given until Moses. God did not hold the people to Levitical Laws prior to Moses because they didn’t apply at the time of Noah. God would direct Moses’ predecessors divinely until the time of Moses when the Law was given to the people.

There are answers, you just have to know where to look.

Libertyship46
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Libertyship46

If you look at a piece of wood from the Ark, does it say “Made in China?” Ya never know. Those guys got around even in those days!!!

Robert Mahoney
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Robert Mahoney

These bloggers have it figured out, post something on religion and the clicks ($$$$) just come flooding (no pun intended) in.

stage9
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stage9

Scoop is undoubtedly a Christian. Why wouldn’t he post stories that appeal to his faith? I would.

Greg Legakis
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Greg Legakis

The Bible on the History Channel is crap..

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

Not as good as I imagined it being from the previews but they have a limited time to fit in a lot of stuff. A little harsh critique though, imo.

Greg Legakis
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Greg Legakis

I watched the first two hours and found it to be inaccurate and cheesy at times. I’ll take “The Nativity Story” (2006) and Chuck Heston’s “The Ten Commandments” over it any day of the week. Our church produces better 15 minute videos than this. I think Mark Burnett was more concerned about puting graphic violence in(which is fine because it was a violent time) than he was at getting good actors and a good director. Two of my biggest beefs: A Scottish accent on Noah and almost no hint of homosexuality in Sodom (not that I’m surprised). I guess it was CYA to avoid a backlash from the Gay media Mafia. I also didn’t like the scene where Moses gets carried around in celebration. I just don’t see Moses reveling in that sort of self aggrandizement. I don’t want to see them butcher the crucifixion, so I’m done with it.

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

Haven’t seen “The Nativity Story”. I figured people would complain about the accents but it was what it was. I agree with you on the homosexuality in Sodom and I wasn’t surprised either. I figured they would have left it out even though the people specifically stated giving the angels over to them so they could have sex with them and Lot offering up his daughters instead. But I would have liked to have seen a backlash then have them defend it properly. I wasn’t a fan of Moses getting carried around either but was glad that he said God had delievered them. They did seem to make the people more into thinking that Moses was doing these things and not God. I hope they don’t butcher the crucifixion either, especially after seeing “The Passion” which did an awesome job depicting the true savagery and brutallity of it and the… Read more »

Greg Legakis
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Greg Legakis

Thanks for the feedback. See “The Nativity Story” it’s extremely well done and unpretentious. Let me know what you think.

You got lucky. Here it is on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meIDz98MFBs

stage9
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stage9

It is, but we should still support it. Better to support stuff like this than 9/10’s of the other garbage on tv.

Greg Legakis
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Greg Legakis

That I can’t argue with since it brought in 13 million viewers. Still, they should have shown overt homosexuality in Sodom to really drive home the point that it’s an abomination in God’s eyes along with other sexual proclivities.

I prefer “The Nativity Story” (2006) and Chuck Heston’s “The Ten Commandments” on production value alone any day of the week.

tinlizzieowner
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tinlizzieowner

Since this is an open thread……….
Obama was a Law Professor and a legal scholar, right. Then, why did he AND his ol lady both give up their law license?
http://beforeitsnews.com/blogg

American Duckie
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American Duckie

I thought michelleantoinettes licence was suspended… but then again still, no one knows why. hmmm.

tinlizzieowner
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tinlizzieowner

I would imagine that it would be ‘suspended’ while she was under investigation for insurance fraud and then she was given the option to give it up, rather than being tried (and possibly convicted) for insurance fraud.
Like everything else with Barry, his claims of being ‘a law Professor’ are phony. He gave up his license when it came out that he lied (as usual) on his Bar Examination.
If these 2 were (White) conservatives, they would have been in jail long ago. As we have seen again and again, if you’re a Black Democrat, you don’t have to worry about the law. Charlie Rangel, William (the refridgerator) Jefferson, Jessie Jackson Jr. The Obamas and the list goes on and on. All you have to do is scream “Racism” and everything goes away.

3d81
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3d81

Hmmm I dunno. It seems every few months someone pops up claiming they found Noah’s Ark somewhere in Turkey ….

I’m surprised Spielberg didn’t do an Indiana Jones movie based on the Ark…he had to go with stupid aliens …

Brian
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Brian

Believing is free and it has a big payoff at the end.

stage9
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stage9

This “find” has been brought into question by many noteable creationists. You can read about the disputable evidence here:

Spectacular Claims, a Misleading Video, People Misquoted and Misrepresented . . . It’s No Wonder Many Have Asked the Question . . . Could This Be Noah’s Ark?
http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/cm/v14/n4/special-report-amazing-ark-expose

Has Noah’s Ark Been Found in Iran?
http://www.icr.org/article/2908/

Sorry folks, although it would be an exciting find, it is unlikely that Noah’s ark has survived. It is strongly believed that the Ark was more than likely dismantled by Noah and his family shortly after the flood to be used for shelter and other means of survival.

Other scientific facts about Noah’s ark such as how Noah fit all of the animals on the Ark, how he fed them and the sea worthiness of the ark can be found here…

World Wide Flood
http://www.worldwideflood.com/flood/ararat/ararat.htm

Nonetheless, the search still continues….

Noah’s Ark Search
http://www.noahsarksearch.com/

FreeManWalking
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FreeManWalking

I listen to Ron Wyatt who claims to have found the Ark, also the Red Sea Crossing, Mt Sinai, and the Ark of the Covenant.

His story was compelling, he has since passed away.

http://www.wyattmuseum.com/

DINORight
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DINORight

This is the actual Noah’s Ark site: Iran. It has been pretty well established that Noah’s Ark could not be in Turkey, just as the parting of the Red Sea was NOT the “Reed Sea;” that Mount Sinai is NOT on the Sinai Peninsula, but is rather in Saudi Arabia (on the site that the Arab’s call “the Mountain of God”). Here is a link to a story aobut the guy that has done a lot of research on these topics: http://www.icr.org/article/2908/ The guy is Bob Cornuke. He is amazing! Here is his website: http://www.baseinstitute.org/ . Yeah, he is the real deal. Check him out!

American Duckie
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American Duckie

O/T Fresh from WordNet Daily: Rand Paul: Obama in guns-to-jihadists cover up?
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/rand-paul-obama-in-guns-to-jihadists-cover-up-2/#FVXZDelkLeEjdJ5W.99

louisiana_mom
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louisiana_mom

What will it take for someone in Washington to stand up to this man? The deaths of 4 Americans is not enough for these “representatives” to bring charges against someone? They can start with obstruction of justice charges until they get the answers of who knew what and when…

American Duckie
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American Duckie

I know mom. I’ve been wondering and almost begging Boehner and others to do something. I’m glad Paul is on this, even though so many already have investigated it since last year.

louisiana_mom
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louisiana_mom

Yes, I am too. The more that speak out, the less chance Obama or his administration will be able to sweep this scandal under the rug… as they have been able to do with Fast and Furious and all the other investigations that have produced nothing.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Amen mom. We can’t let them get away with this. Gotta keep on keeping Benghazi alive. Thank you (((())))s

toongoon
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toongoon

We’ve suspected this from the beginning. It’s good to hear it from a Senator though. I hope it will start growing some wings.

American Duckie
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American Duckie

I know it. Aaron Klein reported on this in October. Many of us have been spreading the word of it, so I do hope Paul will keep hammering it.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

And yet, infidels and various other scum and miscreants will remain infidels, scum and various other miscreants. When the rich man burning in Hell begged Jesus to let him return as a shade, to warn his Hellbound brothers, Jesus told him that even seeing that would not change them. People have eyes, but are unwilling to see, and ears, but an unwillingness to hear. They’ll rationalize this away, claiming their “scientists” are superior, because they are ignorant infidels, just like they are.

They all can, and will, burn in Hell, together.

nuffsaid
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nuffsaid

Amen

American Duckie
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American Duckie

Dang I miss myWords.

nuffsaid
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nuffsaid

Can’t take the heat like before. I can only do the news about 3 times a week. Mrs Words and I are fine and hope you and yours are the same!

c4pfan
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c4pfan

I didn’t know until a few minutes ago that The Bible was just shown on Lifetime.

drphibes
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drphibes

Luke 16:31
“He said to him, ‘If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone rises from the dead.'”

I find this evidence incredibly compelling. We may actually be looking at the real thing.

And yet the principle quoted above is that natural man is spiritually dead and hardened in unbelief. If archaeologists could somehow have found a preserved interior with unmistakable cages and animal bones and inscriptions that said Noah, Ham, Shem, and Japeth, it would not move anyone. Christ rose from the dead and men willfully disbelieve. It’s only the living word of God that regenerates man. Still, this might be the archaeological discovery of the ages.

Spartan
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Spartan

Had a hard time getting through the part of the dedication with the goat being slaughtered and wiggling about while they shoveled in the cement!

Other than that,,,,great video!

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Yes, I remember seeing a special on this long ago. I am not sure whether it was 20/20 or perhaps a documentary from one of the Christian programs but it was compelling evidence. Of course we see that archeological evidence builds continually in support of the veracity of the Bible.

57thunderbird
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57thunderbird

I watched a Jewish archaeologist on TV and he traced the route that would have led to the area where he felt that the Ark would have come to rest and if I recall correctly it was not in Turkey.I wish I could remember his name,but it eludes me at the moment.I’m skeptical of this story.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

The Bible and Torah said it came to rest, right where they found it, and yet you believe in a man with the mysterious power to track a boat moving through trackless waters, over a landscape in the process of being radically altered, and with no existing charts.

InaudibleNoise
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InaudibleNoise
toongoon
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toongoon

Thank you.

Holly Mathis Tartaglia
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Holly Mathis Tartaglia

Probably could have done without the graphic goat sacrifice in the corner of the screen (9:40)…otherwise, it was really good!

GladTidings
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GladTidings

This is an OLD story that has been disproven. Here is just one of many articles on it. http://creation.com/caution-about-ark-discovery

Virus-X
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Virus-X

Uh, dude. Seriously. That’s not even the same object the video was covering. Nor is that even the same spot. Look at the background. And if it isn’t the Ark, after all the analysis and findings, what is it? A crashed, primitive starship?

On The Mark
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On The Mark

Is there a historical record from ancient civilizations of Noah’s Ark existing?

Yes. It is called The Bible.

NCHokie02
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NCHokie02

ha ha ha, awesome

Booker (D-Marxist Meadows)
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Booker (D-Marxist Meadows)

That Bible show was really good last night. As far as it can get people talking.

OneThinDime
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OneThinDime

Just another example of the Dem’s War on Women. DOJ tells Supreme Court children don’t need or have a right to a mother!

http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/03/04/doj-to-supreme-court-children-dont-need-mothers-53474

On The Mark
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On The Mark

As a kid back in the 70’s, I saw a theatrical release of a documentary which concluded that Noah’s ark was in fact on Mt. Ararat (Turkey) where the Bible says it came to rest.

Rshill7
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Rshill7

The Bible says it rested on the Mountains of Ararat. Plural. It is a region, not a single mountain. What is known as Mt. Ararat today, may not be the place, but it certainly could be. Doesn’t have to be though.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

Leonard Nimoy: “In Search of…Noah’s Arc”?

TexasPGRRider
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TexasPGRRider

If I remember right, a bomber crew sighted and reported seeing the arc jutting from a snowcovered mountaintop during WW2….

OneThinDime
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OneThinDime

Thanks for The Bible links, unfortunately, the first 2 (all I looked at) are a 2 minute advertisement for the series.

Sorry, must have been posting at the same time as George Martin.

George Martin
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George Martin

The link to The Bible miniseries just shows the previews over and over again.

publius
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publius

“They found Noah’s Ark in Turkey?”
Again? First time I heard that was at least 30 years ago.

57thunderbird
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57thunderbird

Ditto!

Garym
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Garym

I actually paid money back in the 70’s to see this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4fRCUI5WfE

c4pfan
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c4pfan

OT, but The Bible broke ratings records.

Steven Valdez
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Steven Valdez

I had a feeling it would, I saw #Bible trending all night on twitter.

57thunderbird
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57thunderbird

That is very encouraging.

Thomas Beach
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Thomas Beach

I saw this website a couple years ago. It is INCREDIBLE. I couldn’t understand why this evidence isn’t shared and challenged. See the Red Sea Crossing with the Chariot wheels at the bottom of the sea where the Egyptians chased Moses? awesome

Virus-X
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Virus-X

Its covered up, because people that aren’t Children of God want to remain that way, and drag as many down to Hell with them, as they can, per instructions of the being they ARE the children of.

trouble06
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trouble06

Thomas, my apology to you I posted the same thing not knowing you had already posted it.

kssturgis62
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kssturgis62

I am glad your showing this. This was found years ago, there was a Huge National Geographic Special about it. People have been wanting to get up there to check it out, but no one could because of who said they owned the mountain and who didn’t.

God’s Word will always be shown to be the Truth. God will not be mocked, nor ever be able to be denied. People can say that he is not real, not truth. Bill O’Reilly can claim that what the bible says is mostly just stories, but it is all the truth. Everything happened. More and More, especially in these days, the Lord’s Word will be Revealed and more people will be shown and come to believe and have great faith.

I am so excited because we haven’t seen anything yet.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Perhaps that is where I remember it from, thanks.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

When Billy boy’s broasting in Hell like a dinnertime chicken, I’ll bet he’ll change his mind about contradictions.

Ivan Cardona
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Ivan Cardona

I think we should suspend judgement on this since there have been false alarms in the past such as the finding of wood that was too recent. Actually the truth of the event need not be based on finding it since over the 4300 some years, it may have been buried, disintegrated due to elements, or it’s parts reused. It was really a rectangular box like structure according to many scholars. Nevertheless if this is the Art{possible] that would be the greatest archaelogical discovery ever.

Rshill7
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Rshill7

Scholars? Who needs scholars? The exact dimensions of the boat are recorded in the Bible sir. All one must be able to do is read. It doesn’t take a scholar to read the king’s English…the people’s English either.

Based on the Ark’s dimensions it was virtually impossible to capsize.

Ivan Cardona
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Ivan Cardona

All I am saying is that the ark has been depicted in various forms or shapes including a boat-like structure. The dimensions in the bible most probably point to a rectangular chest about 450 feet long, 45 feet high and 45 feet wide with 3 floors for the animals. I am not disagreeing with you.

Ivan Cardona
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Ivan Cardona

All I am saying is that the ark has been depicted in various forms or shapes including a boat-like structure. The dimensions in the bible most probably point to a rectangular chest about 450 feet long, 45 feet high and 45 feet wide with 3 floors for the animals. I am not disagreeing with you.

Virus-X
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Virus-X

Then, please, tell the class what that object with animal remains, layered wood and advanced metallurgy and design is. Then, while you’re doing it, present scientific evidence at least as exhaustive and credible, as theirs.

Ivan Cardona
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Ivan Cardona

I don’t dispute their evidence; i am not an expert on such things. If it is Noah’s ark, it would be a tremendous witness to the truth of the Bible which would be difficult for skeptics to explain away. I merely await further confirmation so that the evidence is beyond refutation-that’s all.

Ivan Cardona
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Ivan Cardona

I don’t dispute their evidence; i am not an expert on such things. If it is Noah’s ark, it would be a tremendous witness to the truth of the Bible which would be difficult for skeptics to explain away. I merely await further confirmation so that the evidence is beyond refutation-that’s all.

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