One of Values Voter News most viewed post is See pictures of the first Noah's Ark built to Biblical proportions located in Hong Kong as christianity in China grows... which was the 5th most viewed post at Values Voter News last year (Top 10 most viewed posts of 2009 at Values Voter News) and now has moved up to the 4th most viewed post of all time at Values Voter News.

So when I heard of this I thought this was interesting. In this area you must proceed with caution as noted in article titled Evangelists claim Noah's Ark found but this is the first one that I am aware of that has many interesting pictures and video footage of the wood and structure. One of my favorite sources concerning Creation and the Scriptures is Answers in Genesis who did an initial report on this new finding which I will copy below video.   



From Answers In Genesis....

Has Noah's Ark Been Found?

Every few years we hear of claims that Noah’s Ark (or what may remain of it) has been found on the mountains of Ararat in Turkey. Over the weekend, a press conference was held in Hong Kong where it was announced that explorers were almost certain they had found the remains of the Ark. Answers in Genesis has seen many photos that were released, but without corroboration by the leading creationist organizations and not knowing all the research methods that were employed, we will withhold judgment until further study. Over the decades, we have learned to be cautious about such Ark claims.

We have no doubt, however, that there once was a massive Ark that served as a vessel of salvation during a global Flood and landed on the mountains of Ararat, as recorded in the book of Genesis.

We may have more to report on this claim in our regular News to Note feature this weekend.

Answers in Genesis has done a good job with the Noah's Ark findings and I am looking forward to their report this weekend. I would recommend all to check it out this weekend. I believe they will do a good assessment of what they find.

Here are two more photos and here is the link to group behind the excavation that are now asking UNESCO World Heritage status so the site can be protected while a major archaeological dig is conducted.


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