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    Noah's Ark Research Paper

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    people polled believe in the story of Noah’s ark and a global flood. The immense number of people who believe in this event may or may not believe in the actual person of Noah, but believe that an ark and a flood definitely occurred. However, there are still others who do not believe there is any way any part of the Noah’s ark and global flood story could be true. Many people have begun researching Noah’s ark and the likelihood of a global flood and believe they have found evidence that supports such claims. Although many people argue that there is no way Noah’s Ark and a global flood could have happened, it can be proven through numerous cultural origin stories depicting floods, ruins of a possible…

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    There are numerous ancient stories of a flood that are remarkably similar, for instance Noah’s Ark and the Epic of Gilgamesh. Even though the names and places are different, the story lines are similar. There are different opinions, but numerous people believe all these stories were based on some event that actually happened sometime in the distant past. The biblical story of “Noah’s Ark” founded in (Genesis 6-9), is the original encounter of the flood story. Many religions believe God’s word…

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    In the readings I found a significant meaning to each story that involved a flood. I believe that the human concept of a disastrous flood had a reason behind every flood. In Genesis God seen that evil was overtaking humankind and God chose to “wipe out the human race” with a flood. In the Epic of Gilgamesh the story had the same concept as Noah’s Ark in Genesis and that was to destroy mankind and the sins that was within them. The flood(s) was definitely global, in many cultures the stories of…

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    Noah's Ark

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    The Ark of Noah was a vessel of security. It was built to preserve a group of people that turned from the imagination of their own hearts and totally yielded to God and His commands. The vast majority of people before the “deluge” were an ungodly generation that rejected God’s warning and provisions. Though God had no tolerance of sin and His inevitable judgment was approaching, He still demonstrated a character of mercy and provided a way of escape. Noah and a handful of others stepped out…

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    Noah's Ark Analysis

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    his family were picked by God to build an ark and save a male/female of each animal. God’s intentions led to Noah’s Ark. In Robert R. Cargill’s essay (2010), he states that “a group called Noah’s Ark Ministries International (NAMI)...claims to have discovered Noah’s Ark”. Cargill uses a multitude of evidence to disarm NAMI and their false claims, including evidence of: previous flood stories; two flood epics depicted in the Bible; using statistics to state that there is not enough water on earth…

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    Story Of Noah's Ark

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    wake up to the smell of coffee and the soft singing coming from the Christian radio station playing. You wipe your eyes to wake, throw on your Sunday best, and hop in the car. Walking into church, you say bye to your mom as you hear the faint sounds of your Sunday school class singing, “He’s got the whole world in his hands”, praising God for creating us. Then comes the question of who is this God, creator of all? The saver of animals through Noah’s Ark, the one we should live for because he…

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    Nye uses to support his idea, is by entering the large ship, Noah’s Ark, that ken ham said sailed across the middle east safely. Because of this biblical feature, areas such as Australia have populated amounts of animals who managed t get from the middle east to Australia in just the last for thousand years. The interesting part about this is that there are no kangaroo fossils anywhere in between the middle East and Australia. The Australian land bridge is what led this to be true, but the…

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    According to four graduate students, Noah’s ark could in theory float. The ark being 300 by 50 cubits long and being made of gopher wood. The question is now how could he fit two of every animal in the world in there AND make it still float? The boat had to have the same amount of force on the ocean as the weight of the water it displays. The students thought about it and tried looking for the mass. The students started made a math problem. Where they subtracted the mass and found Noah’s ark…

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    Paige Abern CLCV 3800 12/08/2014 The Deluge Myths: Deucalion, Genesis, and Gilgamesh A common folk motif found in many ancient religions is that of deluge, or flood, myths. These myths often depict a great flood sent by a deity(ies) to wipe out a civilization, usually as a form of divine retribution. There are many flood myths from all areas of the world, however this paper will focus on three relatively well known myths: The Greek Deucalion myth, The Abrahamic religion myth in Genesis of…

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    Noah and Gilgamesh Comparison Essay The Book of Genesis and the Epic of Gilgamesh both show many similarities and differences with their own flood story. Noah is the main character in the Flood in the Book of Genesis and Utnapishtim was the main character in Gilgamesh. Both stories tell about a global flood that wiped everything on earth except them and their families with pairs of animals. The first relation between the stories is both of their gods told them to build an ark. They both…

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