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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 Biblical Flood: New Thoughts, New Questions

March 26, 2014

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I. Intro­duc­tion (Note: This Brief­ing Paper updates and sup­ple­ments #27: Facts About the Flood) A flood of great pro­por­tions is described in Gen­e­sis 6 – 9. The text nev­er indi­cates that it was any­thing oth­er than?a his­tor­i­cal event. The Flood, and, or Noah, the builder of the Ark, are men­tioned 7 more times in the OT.?These pas­sages […]

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