The account of Noah is found in Genesis 6-9. Despite living in a wicked time, Noah faithfully followed God, and he and his family were the only ones spared aboard the Ark from God’s judgment during the global Flood. All of humanity traces their ancestry back 4,350 years to Noah’s sons.
Much speculation has arisen about the name of our great, great . . . grandmother. What can we know of her?
When God sealed Noah and his family inside the Ark, He closed the door on Noah’s world forever.
Most people recognize the “story” of Noah’s Ark, but what information do we have from the Bible?
Noah was the first evangelist mentioned in the Bible.
By fleshing out the details with reasoned imagination, the Bible’s true account of the flood comes vividly alive.
How would modern ‘experts in evangelism’ rate Noah? His message? His methods? His results?
‘Mrs Noah’ is undoubtedly one of the most significant women in Bible history—yet we have no record of her name.