Skip to comments.Evangelists claim Noahs Ark Found
Posted on 04/27/2010 9:29:08 AM PDT by marstegreg
This story contains much more information and additional photos than The Sun.
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Can some one help me post the photos from this article?
Everybody should already know the ark was found in Wales. At least that’s what I think it said in a previous Sun article. /s
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Here is a link to the Sun article.
I remember years ago this being on the net news when they found it. Now that they have evidence what will the atheists say now?
Probably. He will order it to be be demonized Saul Alinsky style; cuz crazy ‘right wingers’ are making the claim.
They found a wood structure. Remind me again how that makes it the Ark? It couldn’t possibly be an old monastery or anything else?
Look - my house is made of wood! It must be Noah’s Ark!
It certainly looks old. Judging by the one photo in the article where it is encased in ice, it looke like it has been there for a long, long time. Any geologists out there have an oponion based on the photos?
Evangelists claim (again) Noahs Ark Found
Several such prior "discoveries" of hewn wood and wooden structures turned out to be assorted hut's and shrines built high in the mountains.
Even if it turns out to be a boatlike structure made of gopherwood and pitch, that doesn't mean it was Noah's ark. It may have been a shrine built on-site by some local leader.
Agreed. See my post #15.
I know it’s a stretch, but I want more info before I decide.
So, has anyone mentioned what type of wood was used in building this structure?
“Remind me again how that makes it the Ark? It couldnt possibly be an old monastery or anything else?”
The article clearly states, “The group of archaeologists ruled out an established human settlement, explaining one had never been found above 11,500 feet in the vicinity.”
My guess is that they believe it’s the ark because it is said to have rested in the mountains of Ararat not your front yard.
Are they right? Who knows, but it’s much more interesting than your flip response would suggest.