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Scripture does not elaborate about the shape of Noah’s Ark beyond those superb, overall proportions—length, breadth, and depth. Since the Bible gives proportions consistent with those of a true cargo ship, it makes sense that it should look and act like a ship, too.
The Bible tells us how many people were on board the Ark, but it does not tell us how many people were involved in building it. While we would not be dogmatic on this point, it is consistent with God’s Word to believe that more than eight people were involved in the Ark’s construction. A possibility is that Noah hired people to help him build the Ark.
Even without bacteria, fungi, plants, and sea creatures on the Ark, lots of species remain to be accounted for. The key is to understand the word used in Scripture, kind (Hebrew min). The Bible does not say God brought every individual or every species to Noah.
It is not necessary—or required by Scripture—to appeal to miracles for the provision and daily care of the animals on the Ark. Many solutions to seemingly insurmountable problems are rather straightforward.
Many websites buzz with the claim that Noah’s Ark has been found in Turkey, Armenia or Iran. Is there any true archaeological substance to these claims?
Modern science is giving us more windows into this enigma of antiquity. The more we learn about the origin of species, the more hints we gain into Noah’s vistas.
Noah’s Ark—bedtime story, myth, allegory, or real history? Was there really a Flood that covered the globe and an Ark filled with animals?
Noah’s Ark has been a popular subject for artists throughout the centuries. However, it is not easy to adequately depict this vessel.
Since species are defined by traits and characteristics that are heritable, the origin of species is a fundamentally genetic question.
Careful reexamination of the first two chapters of Darwin’s seminal work, On the Origin of Species, leads to a surprising conclusion.
Modern skeptics frequently assume that someone living in Noah’s time would have been incapable of building something as large and sophisticated as the Ark.
Today’s species are the link between the past and the present. The genetics of the species around us today contain the echo of the Ark.
The more we learn about the origin of species, the more we know about Noah’s Ark. The Flood reverberates to the present day in the form of genetics.
Misunderstandings are on full display when it comes to the biblical account of the Flood. Are you guilty of any of these ten common misconceptions?
The Bible gives us essential details on many things, like the size and proportions of Noah’s Ark, but does not necessarily specify the shape of this vessel.
I often think of how stunned Noah must have been when he first saw the awesome devastation and the breathtaking beauty of the transformed world.
Beneath Noah’s Ark illustrations and toys is a faulty assumption that the creatures on Noah’s Ark looked like the ones we see today.
We do not reject any evidence that is found, whether it is an ancient tool or fossilized bones. What we often reject are the interpretations of this data.
Noah’s Ark is an amazing object God designed to save Noah and his family from the Flood, but today we have an infinitely greater Ark—the Lord Jesus Christ!
In Los Angeles/Hollywood, California, eleven of our “Meet the Real Noah” billboards went up this weekend.
Noah is a film filled with blasphemous representations of God and character assassinations of Noah.
Most people recognize the “story” of Noah’s Ark, but what information do we have from the Bible?
We have many concerns with the new Noah movie—what we are calling a pagan film.
While it is possible that God made miraculous provisions for the daily care of these animals, it is not necessary—or required by Scripture—to appeal to miracles.
Bill Nye frequently employed straw man arguments throughout the debate, particularly when he spoke about Noah, the Ark, and the Flood.
There are some things about the Ark we simply don’t know because the Bible does not tell us.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds to a reader who believes that God may have miraculously calmed the waters around Noah’s Ark.
Tim Lovett wraps up his response to a blogger regarding the seaworthiness of Noah’s Ark.
Tim Lovett examines a blogger’s claims that Noah’s Ark would have been unable to float safely.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds to a scoffer who thinks that Noah had no knowledge about boat building.