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Was Noah’s Ark Big Enough?
One of the most frequently asked questions posed by Christians and skeptics alike concerns how Noah could fit all the animals on the Ark. Secular evolutionists mock those of us who take the account of the Ark and a global Flood as literal history. They claim Noah couldn’t have fit the supposed millions of animals needed on board.
But a little research shows clearly that Noah didn’t need millions of animals. Only representatives of each kind of land-dwelling and air-breathing animal were needed. Creationists have shown that there can be many different species within each kind—for example, dingoes, wolves, coyotes, and domestic dogs all of these belong to the same kind.
Based on the dimensions given in Scripture (Genesis 6:14–17), the Ark was huge. Only a third of the Ark’s space was needed for the animals. Even though there was plenty of room, only Noah’s family believed and were saved.
Noah’s Ark is also a picture of salvation that God offers through His Son, Jesus Christ. Have you believed and been saved?
News to Note Quick Look
Evolution “proven” yet again: A duo of stories this week take a close look at some examples of “evolution” in nature, with one even boldly asserting that the news confirms Darwinian evolution. But is this simply more hand waving? Read more.
ARJ garners attention: There may be no better litmus test to the success of a young-earth creationist project than the furor it creates in the secular press. Read more.
Also: digging up skulls, soaking wet dinosaur theory, and the never-changing platypus. Read more.
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