theology August 28, 2019 Second deck Noah’s ark Mt. Ararat surficed on its own Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post This website concerns the June 2008 discovery of the large wooden structure on mount Ararat in eastern Turkey and the 2010 press release about this discovery. PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleHow do you understand Romans 12:3 Next articleWhy Bad Things Happen To Good People? 15 Comments Reply August 28, 2019 Philip Williams Actually very true. But just how did you know? Reply August 28, 2019 Philip Williams https://youtu.be/3ZUEFiaI5xI Reply August 28, 2019 Philip Williams https://youtu.be/GOz3FxUhcJQ Reply August 28, 2019 Varnel Watson I usually follow only the original poster not all of them that decided to copy paste from him years later not even knowing the technology Reply August 28, 2019 Casius Leonidas Ron Wyatt discovered the Ark in Turkey, way back in the 80’s. The government of Turkey did their own study of the site and agreed with him…they even built a visitors center which overlooks the area. Reply August 28, 2019 Varnel Watson and you are correct Philip Williams Reply August 28, 2019 Philip Williams Troy Day Ron Wyatt discovered a mud hole that is contrary to the Bible’s description of the landing place of Noah’s Ark. I have been to that mud hole and similar formations just up the road, created by the same 1948 earthquake. Yes, the Government did help build a museum there. It’s on the road behind Parasut’s Noah’s Ark Research Center and museum. In just a few months, I doubt that anyone will ever again be interested in that foolish site. Reply August 28, 2019 Casius Leonidas Troy Day so nothing indicating a man made structure exists on that site? Reply August 29, 2019 Casius Leonidas Philip Williams so are saying nothing man made exists at that site? Reply August 29, 2019 Varnel Watson Casius Leonidas I think I have to but dont really need to with any man made doctrine at hand or otherwise Reply August 29, 2019 Philip Williams Casius Leonidas It is well known that site was created in an earthquake and rainstorm in 1948, and not unlike similar formations just up the road. Nothing manmade exists there unless someone has dropped or buried it. I have visited this site and the museum there. It’s a pure promotion. The astronaut James Irwin who knew Ron Wyatt had no interest in it. I saw the foolishness of that site when some devoted Wyatt fans gave me his nonsense book on this site. Astonishing that Christians are interested in this mud hole but not the ship on the mountain that interests the world’s foremost archaeologists. I suppose we could chalk this up as a measure of religious television. Reply August 29, 2019 Varnel Watson what God covered let no man uncover Reply August 29, 2019 Philip Williams What does it say about the intelligence of someone so interested in a mud hole in a valley but skeptical of an ancient ship looking just like Noah’s Ark sitting on top of the extremely high treeless mountain where the Bible says that Noah’s Ark landed? And what does this say about the spiritual condition of today’s Pentecostal clergy? Reply August 29, 2019 Varnel Watson have to agree with Casius Leonidas on this one Reply August 29, 2019 Varnel Watson NOt implementing G5 technology all these years is a great mistake in the research Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Varnel Watson Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.