Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study

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Institute for Creation Research, 1996 - Nature - 298 pages
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If you have ever had any questions in regards to the Biblical event of Noah's flood, then this book will answer them all.
The book is easy to read and understand, if more people read this book then
the public's perception of the events of the Bible would be radically different. People CAN take the events seriously, and don't have to feel embarrassed about their faith. 

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"Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study" by John Woodmorappe really is "a resource for the Serious Reader", as the cover suggests. The author is a professional in the fields of geology, biology and ... Read full review


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