Has Noah's Ark Been Found Buried Under Ice on Mt. Ararat?
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Has Noah's ark been found buried under ice on Mt. Ararat?
Over a span of more than 150 years, there have been at least a hundred
eyewitness accounts of people claiming to have seen an arklike structure
high up on Mt. Ararat in eastern Turkey. But bringing convincing evidence
to the fore has proved elusive.
However, on April 25, 2010, a team of Chinese explorers from Hong Kong–based
Noah's Ark Ministries International (NAMI) along with Turkish climbers
and authorities held a news conference in which they announced the discovery
of what they believe are large sections of Noah's ark found above the
13,000-foot level on Mt. Ararat.
Yeung Wing-Cheung, a member of the NAMI team, says the wooden structure
has several compartments, some of which may have been used to house
animals. "It's not 100 percent [sure] that it is Noah's Ark, but we
think it is 99.9 percent that this is it," he told the press.
They revealed photographs, film footage and wood specimens that, according
to them, were dated by carbon-14 tests to 4,800 years ago. The film
showed the explorers entering various compartments that they said they
think are sections of Noah's legendary ship.
Of course, extraordinary claims demand extraordinary proof. Further
exploration and testing by a broader spectrum of researchers is needed.
The photographic and video evidence presented as of this writing is
impressive but could conceivably be part of an elaborate—and rather
expensive—hoax. Yet what if the find proves to be genuine?
If true, the fallout would be mind-boggling. Gilbert Grosvenor, the
first editor of National Geographic magazine, once said that "the
discovery of Noah's Ark would be the greatest archaeological find in
human history, the greatest event since the resurrection of Christ,
and it would alter all the currents of scientific thought."
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- Archaeology and the City of David
- King David: Man or Myth?
- Archaeology and Genesis: What Does the Record Show? (9/96)
- Archaeology and Genesis: What Does the Record Show?
- Archaeology and the Book of Exodus: Exit From Egypt (3/97)
- Archaeology and the Book of Exodus: Exit From Egypt
- Archaeology and the Book of Joshua: The Conquest
- Archaeology and the Book of Judges
- King David's Reign: A Nation United
- King Solomon's Reign: Israel's Golden Years
- The Early Kings of Israel: A Kingdom Divided
- The Later Kings of Israel: A Kingdom's Downfall
- The Early Kings of Judah: Miraculous Deliverance
- The Bible and Archaeology - The Kingdom of Judah: Exile and Restoration
- Jesus Christ's Early Ministry
- Jesus Christ's Later Ministry
- The Bible and Archaeology: Jesus Christ's Arrest, Trial and Crucifixion
- The Bible & Archaeology - The Book of Acts: The Church Begins
- Darwinism in the Classroom
- The Bible & Archaeology - The Book of Acts: The Message Spreads
- The Bible & Archaeology - The Book of Acts: Paul's Later Travels
- Archaeology and the Epistles
- The Book of Revelation: History and Prophecy
- An Ancient Inscription Proves King David Was Real
- The Mighty Assyrian Empire Emerges From the Dust
- The Bible: Myth or History
- Jericho: Does the Evidence Disprove or Prove the Bible?
- A Good News Interview with Bryant Wood, Ph.D.
- The Exodus Controversy
- Surprising Archaeological Find: Proof of Jesus' Existence?
- Noah's Flood: Serious Problems With Dating Methods
- The Bible Was Right After All
- Archaeology in Acts, Part 1
- Archaeology in Acts, Part 2: The Message Spreads
- God, Science and the Bible (3/05)
- God, Science and the Bible (7/05)
- God, Science and the Bible (9/05)
- God, Science and the Bible (11/05)
- God, Science and the Bible (1/06)
- A Place Called Megiddo
- God, Science and the Bible (5/06)
- God, Science and the Bible (1/07)
- In the News Jan/Mar 2007
- In the News Apr/June 2007
- Can You Believe the Bible?
- God, Science and the Bible (7/07)
- God, Science and the Bible (9/07)
- God, Science and the Bible (1/08)
- God, Science and the Bible (3/08)
- God, Science and the Bible 11/2008
- In the News... Jan 1999
- In the News... October 2009
- God, Science and the Bible - Discoveries at Goliath's hometown support accuracy of the Bible
- Archaeology, Biology and Megiddo
- Archaeology - Just Google It!
- Zechariah's Tomb?
- Stone Chest From the Time of Christ Authenticated
- Ossuary Verdict: Experts Testify to its Authenticity
- An Ancient Fortress Slowly Yields its Secrets
- Ancient Seal Found in Jerusalem
- Discovered: Artifacts, Possibly from King David's Era
- Discovered: Artifacts Shed Light on Biblical Era
- Jerusalem Reservoir Dates to First Temple Era
- Ancient Inscription Found at Jerusalem
- Camels Domesticated As Bible Portrays
- Camel Bones, Abraham, and Archeology
- Newly Discovered Dead Sea Scrolls
- Possible Citadel of Zion Site Found in Jerusalem
- Can We Believe the Gospels?
- Archaeology and the Book of Exodus--Exit From Egypt - Part 2
- Archaeology and the Book of Exodus--Exit From Egypt
- Archaeology and the Book of Joshua--The Conquest
- The Battle at the Pool of Gibeon
- The Early Kings of Israel - A Kingdom Divided
- The Early Kings of Judah--Miraculous Deliverance
- The First Mention of Israel
- How Archaeology Confirms the Biblical Record
- King David's Reign--A Nation United
- King Solomon's Reign--Israel's Golden Years
- The Later Kings of Israel--A Kingdom's Downfall
- The Red Sea or the Reed Sea?
- Two Jigsaw Puzzles, Two Purposes
- The Bible and Archaeology
- Does Archaeology Confirm the Existence of Specific People Mentioned in the Bible?
- King David's Existence Verified by Inscription
- A Staggering Archaelogical Discovery: The Mighty Assyrian Empire Emerges From the Dust
- Celts and Scythians Linked by Archaeological Discoveries
- The Geography of Celtic-Scythian Commerce
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