Hunt for the Lost Ark?

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  1. Stratiotes

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    Didn't see it, but it looks dumb to me.

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    I thought it looked pretty dumb too but I started watching it one afternoon and was pleasently surprised. It turned out to be pretty good. I wouldn't pay for the video but its worth watching when it comes around again on the air.

    For those who might be interested, this is a brief summary of some theories.
     
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    I saw it some time ago. It was interesting. I, too, wouldn't buy the video, but it was an interesting documentary.
     
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    I regularly watch Diggin for the Truth and find it entertaining, though not groundbreaking, and pretty well done.
     
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    I think I saw that movie before, Harrison Ford was pretty good. Everybody knows that the ark is stored away in some government warehouse so the Nazis can't use it.
     
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    Sure would like to sell video for $25 a copy.

    Interesting--perhaps, kind of like "The Shroud of Turin"--usually few viewpoints: skeptics, a rabbi, and the holy see. The Bride of Christ seldom gets an interview--curious.

    The Book of Genesis is much more interesting--a copy is available--usually free of charge.

    Selah,

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    Actually, a good deal of the episode deals with the Coptic Christians, who claim they have the Ark.

    Of course, no one can examine it to try to verify the claim. Remember what happened to the Philistines ...
     
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    The Ark of the Covenant will not be found where they're looking. That's because the Indiana Jones turned it over to the Americans after he got his hands on it from the Nazis, and the US has it crated and secretly hidden away in clandestine government storage facility in Washington.

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