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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Jailminister, Apr 27, 2004.
While it might be nice to actually find Noah's ark and put all the naysayers out of commission , God in his infinite wisdom seems to have keep it from us. It is likely that some would worship this relic of the past, just like Israel worshipped the brazen serpent.
What really matters is that we declare the God who told Noah to build it.
I don't see an ark. Do y'all see an ark?
Was that shot taken from a spy satellite or an aircraft??
We've got a picture of Noah's Ark in our church nursery---and I tell you what----it ain't nothing like that link shows!!
Circuitrider, I've been saying the exact samething. Man will worship anything, while refusing the one true God.
All I saw was snow and ice.
Well, JM, I'm interested. Have always been enthralled with archeology, especially Biblical archeology.
Ya'll must be blind. You can't see the life boats, the swimming pool and the shuffle board area.
Ya'll should check out Cornuke's book on the subject. Yeah...he's a showman...but the guy uses the bible ...not subjective satellite imagery.
His writer David Halbrook weaves a good story.
He's not even looking in Turkey anymore...there are biblical clues that point toward Iran.
Steven, you might be interested, but theres a thread on this in the current news forum. Some information there sounds like it goes with this huy not looking in Turkey anymore.
Heres the LINK
No, and no.
I never could really picture an ark where it is alleged to be. Interesting thought but I think that I'll wait for the jury to come in. \
Might be and might not be it. I'm anxious to see what the explore team comes up with this summer. It resembles the ark in some ways.
I saw snow with black holes. Besides, the ship has sailed. The thing we see is where it was docked.