Come on really do you believe this story?
this story makes no sense to me. some animals are so wild how on earth did he capture 2 of every animal ? did he have dart guns and tranquilizers??? things that make u go hmmmmm.
Answer by gwen20 at 2:02 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by kayaiden8907 at 1:59 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by MamaK88 at 11:14 PM on Mar. 21, 2011
Nope. I don`t believe anything the bible says.
Answer by beeky at 8:26 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by bandgeek521 at 9:47 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by pam19 at 9:51 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by witchqueen at 12:30 PM on Mar. 21, 2011
Answer by Koukla12905 at 7:25 PM on Mar. 21, 2011
Thanks for the insult. I didn't realize I had an audience, nor was I trying to "strut my crap". I find this discussion interesting, and I think my questions are valid. They are questions I've had since I attended church and Sunday School. I've apologized already if I've offended, but what is it about my question that isn't valid? Did I draw a conclusion that is erroneous? The logistics of the Noah's Ark story are impossible, and the end of the flood brings about an entirely different set of impossible circumstances. So, what was wrong with me asking questions about them in a debate section? Have I insulted anyone? Have I called anyone names? I merely asked questions about the story that has never made sense to me. How that translates to "strutting my crap" is beyond me.
Answer by jsbenkert at 11:34 PM on Mar. 21, 2011
I think the myth probably started out as a flood in a village. Someone probably had the foresight to put his animals (probably a couple of mules and a few chickens) on a raft or boat, and save himself, his family and a few possessions while the rest of the village perished. Like a good fish story, it grew and grew until it was recorded in the Old Testament as the story of Noah's Ark.
It's simply not possible for the story in the Bible to be true. There are too many species who need specific environments in order to survive. Salt water fish, for example, cannot survive in fresh water, and vice versa. The amount of food that they would have to have on board, the disposal of feces, all of it simply isn't possible. It's a fun story, but simply not true.
Answer by jsbenkert at 11:31 AM on Mar. 21, 2011
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