The Ark of Noah was discovered in the village of Eight in the mountains of Ararat (Genesis 8:4) approximately 12. .
The Ark of Noah was discovered in the village of Eight in the mountains of Ararat (Genesis 8:4) approximately 12 miles from the peak of Mount Ararat. The book is full of excitement as well as technical information. Very important book for anyone who is seeking the truth in understanding what the bible is describing during creation (in the end of the book), how it all went down during the flood, when the large extinct "dinosaurs" really lived and who they really are, why the Ice Age and the major scarring of our planet really happened, who was Noah.
In addition to Noah's Ark, Mr. Wyatt has discovered remains of Sodom and Gomorrah, chariot wheels in the Red Sea and the real Mt. Sinai. Now you can discover these and other thrilling archaeological discoveries in this exciting and informative book. It is our desire to present you with information to assist you in a clearer understanding of the Biblical truth. Michael D. Sheppard Publisher.
Noah’s Ark Discovered. The Red Sea Crossing. Ron Wyatt Discoveries. I’d like us to begin our study today in the book of Luke 17:28-30, Luke 17:28-30
Noah’s Ark Discovered. The Real Mt Sinai and Sodom and Gomorrah. Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. Matthew 7:14. I’d like us to begin our study today in the book of Luke 17:28-30, Luke 17:28-30. We’ve already studied the story of the flood in Noah’s day, and we discovered that the whole flood story is an illustration of events which are going to take place at the end of time. Now in our lecture today we are going to study that the story of. 02:18 Sodom and Gomorrah also is an illustration of events which will take place at the very end of time.
When I was 17, I bought this book and found myself captivated by Wyatt's storytelling. The book, of course, covers "his" discovery of a large boat-shaped formation in Turkey's mountainous region which contains Mt. Ararat.
Ronald Eldon Wyatt (2 June 1933 – August 4, 1999) was an adventurer noted for advocating the Durupınar site as the site of Noah's Ark, along with almost 100 other Bible-related discoveries. He has been criticized by scientists, historians, biblical scholars, as well as some creationists. Wyatt was working as a nurse anesthetist in a hospital in Madison, Tennessee, when in 1960, he saw a picture in Life of the Durupınar site, a boat-like shape on a mountain near Mount Ararat.
The Ark of Noah was discovered in the village of Eight in the mountains of From the Back of the Book .
The Ark of Noah was discovered in the village of Eight in the mountains of From the Back of the Book: The Turkish government officially recognizes Ron Wyatt as the archaeologist who discovered Noah's Ark. The government of Turkey has built a Visitor's Center on the sight and a four-lane highway to the site. He may not have had credentials as a regular scientist, but most students of the Bible will recognize has wondrous and fantastic conclusions of what he did find!
Noah's Ark has been found! Turkish scientists and authorities at the highest .
They agreed it was an ancient, manmade ship and could be nothing other than Noah's Ark. In 1987 they officially dedicated "Noah's Ark" as a national treasure and began work on a Visitor's Center overlooking the site. Since 1988, when the center was completed, visitors from all over the world have come to view the amazing discovery.
Ron Wyatt tried to photograph the ark with a Polaroid, but the photos turned out foggy. Ron Wyatt discovered that this same blood and water poured down through the earthquake crack and fell upon the Mercy Seat of the Ark of the Covenant. He returned with a colonascope, but again the pictures turned out foggy. In 1989 - exactly 7 years after Ron first discovered the ark, he was excavating at the site again to try to re-enter it. One day during that excavation Ron was feeling very down-hearted, as if God could not use him any more.
Is the story of Noah's Ark real? Various cultures have a similar tale to tell as part of their history, but does that make the story true? Suppose an actual ark really was discovered on the slopes of Mt Ararat.
Is the story of Noah's Ark real? Various cultures have a similar tale to tell as part of their history, but does that make the story true? Suppose an actual ark really was discovered on the slopes of Mt Ararat - thousands of feet above sea level and hundreds of miles from any other quantity of water