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Keep in mind, Dave, that there are no real "answers in Genesis." How could there be? The book is utter nonsense but believers have no case for Christ without it. BTW, I saw a serpent traveling in my yard the other day and I asked him where he was going. He replied that there are baby field mice 4 yards away that he is trying to catch. That was the end of our conversation.
The noah story was originally take from the Sumerian epic of Gilgamesh 1000-1500 years before genesis was written..... the ark story is in fact real... a real fiction. I am with Michael it is impossible to find physical evidence of a boat in a fictional story. In the Noah story we would be looking for physical evidence of a 5000 years old wooden boat from a fictional retelling of an ancient fictional story. Believe that is possible and I got 40 dollar tickets to see a non floating boat in Williamstown Kentucky to show you.
Yet more simple still. There is no real Ark. It is a mythical and impossible story that believers keep kicking around in hopes that finding that big boat would "prove the bible" in some way. People have spent a fortune in trying to find that mythical ship.
What would we expect to find if we did find it? Maybe the name "Noah" written on it's walls with pictures of stick type animals all over. Maybe find lots of animal crap fossilized. Are we so gullible that we believe the name found (if real) would actually be Noah? I could go no and on but this subject gets hideously laughable. Apologists try even today to justify it all as a fact and have turned all the various animals into "types", "kinds," and "sorts" in order to make the bogus event more plausible. It just doesn't work. ROTFLMAO here. WTF is a "sort?"
I rest my case.
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