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Old 01-04-2014, 10:51 AM
 
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I haven't watched the entire video yet, but it seems legit to me. Unfortunately, we can't go look for ourselves because of how unstable the Middle East is. However, they did set up a tourist building. The liberal media won't touch this one. See for yourself and I would love to hear what Christians think.

Noah

The video is towards the bottom in the comments section. It's two hours long. It's also an interesting read on what archeologists have found to be the ark on Mt. Ararat in Turkey.
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:52 AM
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I haven't watched the entire video yet, but it seems legit to me. Unfortunately, we can't go look for ourselves because of how unstable the Middle East is. However, they did set up a tourist building. The liberal media won't touch this one. See for yourself and I would love to hear what Christians think.

Noah
I'm looking forward to reading the responses too.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:05 AM
 
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I'd love for it to be true. I will remain skeptical until I see solid evidence -- it actually being dug up.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:15 AM
 
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I'd love for it to be true. I will remain skeptical until I see solid evidence -- it actually being dug up.
It wasn't Mt. Arrarat in Turkey...
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:20 AM
 
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It wasn't Mt. Arrarat in Turkey...
The actual boat is found in the mountains of Ararat, but anchors, boat artifacts, and other parts of the ship were found along a trail leading up. This leads them to believe that the boat had been relocated by several volcano eruptions over the years to a lower level.

It's interesting that they found ship artifacts around 6000 feet elevation, roughly the area where the Bible states the Ark landed. I'm going to remain skeptical like Vizio, but I'm still hopeful.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:39 AM
 
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The actual boat is found in the mountains of Ararat, but anchors, boat artifacts, and other parts of the ship were found along a trail leading up. This leads them to believe that the boat had been relocated by several volcano eruptions over the years to a lower level.
It's interesting that they found ship artifacts around 6000 feet elevation, roughly the area where the Bible states the Ark landed. I'm going to remain skeptical like Vizio, but I'm still hopeful.
As I recall from past reports that sea shells were also found up around the Ark area.

Also, many years ago I saw old film clip footage [ taken before the Turkey ban ] and because the one level of the Ark was split off and resting on a lower level they took sample pieces of the blackened wood besides the old grainy reel footage.

Either way, found or not found, we are to ' walk by faith not by sight ' meaning our beliefs are based on Scripture.
- 2nd Corinthians 5 v 7

Unlike unbelievers that have No lasting future hope, believers can be hope filled about a lasting future as Noah was [Hebrews 11 v 6 ] along with all of the rest of those believers listed in Hebrews chapter 11 who looked forward to the promise [ Hebrews 11 vs 13,39 ] . That promise that God made to father Abraham that all families and all nations of earth will be blessed [ Genesis 12 v 3; 22 v 18; Rev. 22 v 2 ] Blessed with the healing or curing of earth's nations through Jesus' coming 1000-year reign over earth when all of mankind will get to know the details about the Ark.
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:03 PM
 
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The actual boat is found in the mountains of Ararat, but anchors, boat artifacts, and other parts of the ship were found along a trail leading up. This leads them to believe that the boat had been relocated by several volcano eruptions over the years to a lower level.

It's interesting that they found ship artifacts around 6000 feet elevation, roughly the area where the Bible states the Ark landed. I'm going to remain skeptical like Vizio, but I'm still hopeful.

It was a mountain in Armenia...
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:17 PM
 
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Default Noah's Ark Has Been Found?

Not again! Rifleman . . . come back! Jaymax . . . our dear departed rifleman needs your skills here.
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Old 01-04-2014, 12:24 PM
 
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It wasn't Mt. Arrarat in Turkey...
Ararat [the one spelled with one r and one t ] is the name applied to the region, and the mountain range, in what is now eastern Turkey. Eastern Turkey that lies close to the borders of Iran and the USSR. - Genesis 8 v 4
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:21 PM
 
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A couple interesting excerpts from the video:

1. There are dozens of 7 feet tall stones with holes near the top with etchings of 8 crosses and eight figures. These are thought to be the anchors holding the ship in place, and the 8 crosses and figures etched in the rocks were said to have been done by locals centuries following because the style of the crosses were crusades style from the 1200s. The rocks with the etchings are in the video.

2. The area where the artifacts were located was called by the locals during the crusades "place of the eight" and the mountain was called "doomsday mountain."
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