Saturday, March 18, 2006

Noah's Ark

Once again, a bunch of buzz about Noah's Ark. Could it be? Good Morning America had a story wondering if "the legend" of Noah's Ark could be proven true? Many have spent years trying to see what is on that mountain top in Turkey. They have even worked with a team of naval architects to see if it is possible for a roughly 1,000 foot boat built of wood to float. It would be wonderful if they could"prove" that it was true.,that there really was a Noah's Ark. But if they can't, will that change the truth? Only skeptics need proof. My Bible says it's true, therefore God says it is true, so it is true. The Bible, the infallible word of God. Faith-- The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. One must have faith even to believe evolution. No one was here to "prove" how it happened.


Aaron said...

Hi, thanks for the comment. I agree that the only truth we need is the Bible and that no evidence beyond that is needed. :) I think that - for people who do not accept the Bible as the literal Word of God - evidence that supports the Bible's claims are awesome ways to help people move towards accepting the Good News!

Pirate said...

I found you in the No Godzone and wanted totell you your points are right on.