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There have been many claims over the years that explorers have found the remains of Noah’s Ark. While this great ship really did exist thousands of years ago, what can we say about it today? One challenge in finding the Ark is the enormous size of the area to search.
Questionable claims of Ark discoveries blunt the potential impact of a true discovery. But I am convinced and sincerely pray that if found, the Ark will once again warn a rebellious world of the judgment to come. For this reason—on Mt. Ararat and throughout the mountains of that region—I think the search should go on.
If we logically follow the soundest scientific inference, it must be concluded that these wood samples cannot have come from the pre-Flood wood used to build the Ark. Given the present C-14 evidence, such artifacts CANNOT have come from the Ark.
In April 2010, a press conference was held in Hong Kong to announce to the world the potential discovery of the remains of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat. What are we to make of these claims?
Has Noah’s Ark been found atop Mount Ararat? The affirmative claim this week from a team of evangelical explorers made headlines, but it isn’t the first time that’s happened.
Since posting a preliminary comment about recent reports that the remains of Noah's Ark have been found on Mt. Ararat in Turkey, Answers in Genesis now has more to say.
According to the recent report, has Noah’s Ark been found on the mountains of Ararat in Turkey?
The modern search for the Ark actually commenced with Eryl Cummings in the 1940s when he began to gather anecdotal evidence of sightings.
Recently the dubious claims of Ron Wyatt and Jonathan Gray surfaced once again in Australia.
We were aware of the rebuttal of the Amazing Ark Exposé article in Creation Magazine, but this is the first time that we have actually seen a copy of it.