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Model message spreads all over the world
After thousands of years, people can’t stop asking questions about Noah’s Ark.
by Warren Nunn and David Catchpoole
Not Finding Noah
The film Finding Noah turned up no evidence that the Ark is still on Ararat, just as CMI has taught for decades.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
Abandon YEC and reconcile the Bible to evolution?
Make peace with Evolution? And what did leading medieval theologian Thomas Aquinas believe about creation days and Adam and Eve?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Joanna Lumley: The Search for Noah’s Ark
Joanna Lumley looks for Noah’s Ark, and finds lots of evidence for the Flood.
by Russell Grigg
The ‘Hong Kong ark’ fiasco
Looking behind the marketing hype—a summary of the reasons why it is more certain than ever that the claimed ‘find on Ararat’ is a product of modern-day workmanship.
by Carl Wieland
C-14 dates and the HK ‘ark’ claim
Discrepant C-14 dates provide further skepticism of the recent claims to have found Noah’s Ark on Mt Ararat.
by Carl Wieland
Biogeography
Evolutionists claim that biogeography provides strong evidence for evolution. Can the data fit the biblical account of recolonisation following the Genesis Flood?
by Dominic Statham
Where is Noah’s Ark?
A closer look at the biblical clues.
by D Russell Humphreys
Computers on the Ark?
The Ark was totally feasible with technology known to the ancient world. But Ark defenders who assert superior science by Noah overlook the biblical worldview that made science possible.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Flood legends, and creation in the science class
Is the Genesis account the original and most reliable Flood narrative?
by Jonathan Sarfati and Tas Walker
Noah’s Ark, or … what? Important update 29¬†September¬†2010
More hoax allegations re ‘Ark’ claim.
by Carl Wieland
How could Noah care for the animals?
Like Noah, farmers in northern Europe keep their animals inside for months at a time.
by Harrie Tjoelker