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Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study

by John Woodmorappe

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The book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, is a book of "beginnings". Jesus Christ spoke of Noah's world-wide flood as a historical fact. John Woodmorappe has done a beautiful job of researching and documenting the feasibility of what God says is true. This is no "blind leap", but God once again asking us to take Him at His word. "God is not a man that He should lie, nor a son of man that He should repent ..." ( )
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This book on Noah's Ark is a one-of-a-kind compendiuum of information about animal-care methods, food-preservation techniques, animal-handling techniques, etc. It discusses in great detail how 8 people could have cared for 16,000 animals using pre-scientific technology. Whether or not the reader believes in the Bible or not, he or she can be fully confident that my book conveys substantive information about the workability of Noah's Ark and its inhabitants.

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