The purpose of the articles in this series is to raise ideas about Noah, his world, the Ark, and the Flood in ways that most people have not considered before.
As we prepare to open the Ark Encounter on July 7, many people have wondered if we will have dinosaurs at the attraction in Northern Kentucky.
Without details from the infallible record of Scripture, we can only speculate how Noah spent his final centuries.
The Bible explains that people were extremely corrupt and violent prior to the Flood.
The Ark will feature several highly detailed dioramas and modern technology has allowed us to produce these scenes much faster than ever before.
At the Ark Encounter, we have been considering the family’s downtime while on the Ark, for we plan to depict each of the family members in various settings.
What are the first animals that come to mind when you think of Noah’s Ark?
Since people in Noah’s day had such long lifespans, think of the amount of knowledge and skills they could acquire.
How can we help people understand that the hundreds of flood legends help illustrate the truth of Scripture, which contains the true account of the Flood?
Scores of spectacular animals must be designed and sculpted over the next year to be displayed in the life-size Noah’s Ark in northern Kentucky.
Have you ever thought about how much water Noah and his family would have needed onboard and how they would obtain it?
Genesis 8:1 teaches an important truth in the Flood account: God’s attention was focused on Noah and those with him on the Ark.
People often wonder how Noah was able to fit thousands of animals on board. But have you ever wondered how the people and animals left the Ark?
Perhaps Lamech ruled over much of the pre-Flood world, and he gave his sons control over these various industries.
Thanks to Noah’s obedience, members of every kind of land animal were saved, but more important, mankind was preserved so that the Savior would be born.
How many animals were on Noah’s Ark? Your answer depends on whether you prefer “lumping” or “splitting.”
We know mankind had one language after the Flood, before God confused the languages at Babel. Could other languages have formed prior to Noah’s Flood?
The Bible records some pretty astounding ages for the pre-Flood patriarchs.
Nobody knows the true shape of Noah’s Ark.
How could Noah have fit all those animals into his big ship? How could only he and seven other people have cared for them?
Wouldn’t it be exciting to find the remains of Noah’s Ark?
Did Noah keep a day-by-day log as many ship captains do?
Critics claim the Bible’s account borrows from earlier myths. But it’s the other way around.
At approximately 510 feet long, just how big was Noah’s Ark?
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