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Finding Noah: Witness the Journey

November 21, 2015

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As expected, the documentary, Finding Noah, did not disappoint on the technical side. The producers are to be commended. The cinematography, the editing, and the sound, coupled with the backdrop of the scenery of the spectacular 17,000 ft. Mt Ararat made the film a pleasure to behold. One standout scene for this viewer was filmed while an intrepid climber descended into a deep crevasse into one of the glaciers on the mountain.

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Noah’s Flood, The Ark, and Hollywood

April 10, 2014

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by Bill Crouse You cannot overestimate the seriousness of the Biblical Flood as described in Genesis 6-8. Something occurred, some behavior of mankind, which caused the Creator-God to destroy all life on the planet and start all over again. What exactly that sin was is a great mystery, but it had something to do with […]

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The Durupinar Site – Ron Wyatt: Are His Claims Bonafide?

December 18, 2013

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Historical Background In 1959 a pilot in the Turkish Air Force on a NATO mapping-mission in the mountainous terrain of eastern Turkey photographed an unusual ship-shaped object near Mt. Ararat. Later when these aerial photographs were viewed stereoscopically by Captain Ilhan Durupinar, he noticed that the object looked even more like a ship. But what was a ship doing in […]

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Review: The Unsolved Mystery of Noah’s Ark

February 4, 2013

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The Unsolved Mystery of Noah’s Ark. By Mary Irwin. Bloomington, IN: WestBow Press, 2012, xv+117pp., $11.95 paper. Reviewed by Gordon Franz and Bill Crouse Mary Irwin, the wife of the late moon-walking astronaut, Jim Irwin, has written a book about their adventures on Mount Ararat and the search for Noah’s Ark. This book was prompted […]

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The Search for Noah’s Ark

February 4, 2013

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(2008 Video Tape produced by the BASE Institute of Colorado Springs, CO. $14.95.) A review and critique by Gordon Franz, Bill Crouse, and Rex Geissler December 12, 2008 Introduction Adventurer Robert Cornuke has produced a new video which claims that remnants of Noah’s Ark have been found in the Elburz Mountains about 54 miles from […]

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The Bible Code Review

November 1, 2012

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The Bible Code. By Michael Drosnin. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. The Signature of God. By Grant R. Jeffrey. Ontario, Canada: Frontier Research Publications, 1996. Cracking the Bible Code. By Jeffrey Satinover. NewYork: William & Morrow, 1997. Reviewed by Bill Crouse Tea leaves, stars, the entrails of sheep, and crystal balls have all been used as […]

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The Lost Ship Wreck of Paul: A Critique of the Video

September 12, 2011

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by Gordon Franz Introduction Robert Cornuke, a retired police officer and now president of the BASE Institute, has recently released a video (August 2011) about his adventures on the island of Malta. In the video he located old divers and spear fisherman on the island who claimed they found four lead anchor stocks off the […]

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