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  • ISBN-13: 9780932766410
  • Publisher: Master Books
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2000

    Easily the leading research on Ark feasibility

    If Ark feasibility interests you, then this is the book to read and debate. There is no second place. No discussion about this issue would be complete without dealing with this book. Detailed and thorough, it raises the bar of scholarship ten-fold beyond any previous treatment on either side.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2000

    Immerse Yourself in the Workings of Noah's Ark

    This book is a scholarly work and a Scriptural work on Noah's Ark and its function. It will inform you with deep insights as to how the animals on the Ark were actually cared for. Author John Woodmorappe writes with a brilliant mind and a bright heart. You will enjoy this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2000

    The definitive work on the feasibility of Noah's ark

    There are many objections to Noah's ark from a scientific point of view. One such objection is how the ark can fit all the animals into it. Woodmorappe answers practically all these objections and shows that the critics have not analyzed their objections very deeply. For instance, all the 'species' in the world need not be on the ark. The classification of species is often subjective and the taxonomic splitters have dominated. Often an intrabreeding group is at the genus or even family level. With this insight, plus analyses of the size of the animals, Woodmorappe calculates that there is enough room for the animals. This is only the beginning. You must read this book for yourself and discover that Noah's ark is scientifically reasonable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2000

    A Fascinating Study

    They say truth is stranger than fiction. Critics abound who are eager to caricature the account of Noah's Ark. Surely no one can hope to produce an intelligent defence of the idea. If this is what you think then you should read this book. The author has obviously invested a great deal of time in painstaking research into many subject areas in order to tackle this project - the Bibliography alone occupies 78 pages, more than a quarter of the book! The result is a work which is scientifically highly educational, especially in the more esoteric areas of biology and geology. This makes it profitable to read, irrespective of whether or not the reader agrees with the author's viewpoint. It also makes fascinating reading. The detailed study covers many aspects of the Ark, such as a scientific estimate of the number of animals that went into it, and their assorted requirements for space, diet, hygiene, and microclimate, and the amount of skill and labour required to care for them. It also discusses their survival, dispersal and speciation in the post-Flood world. The presentation is organized into 29 chapters, and each chapter is divided into titled sections and subsections. This greatly facilitates the retrieval of information, and largely compensates for the lack of an index. The author deserves to be congratulated on his achievement. His work exposes the shallowness of the critics' thinking, and shows that the laugh is really on them. Next time you feel like making fun of Noah's Ark, study this book first to make sure of your facts, or someone could expose your naivety!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 1999

    A very thorough study

    Critics abound who are eager to caricature the account of Noah's Ark. Surely no one can hope to produce an intelligent defence of the idea. If this is what you think then you should read this book. The author has obviously invested a great deal of time in painstaking research into many subject areas in order to tackle this project - the Bibliography alone occupies 78 pages, more than a quarter of the book! The result is a work which is scientifically highly educational, especially in the more esoteric areas of biology and geology. This makes it profitable to read, irrespective of whether or not the reader agrees with the author's viewpoint. It also makes fascinating reading. The detailed study covers many aspects of the Ark, such as a scientific estimate of the number of animals that went into it, and their assorted requirements for space, diet, hygiene, and microclimate, and the amount of skill and labour required to care for them. It also discusses their survival, dispersal and speciation in the post-Flood world. The presentation is organized into 29 chapters, and each chapter is divided into titled sections and subsections. This greatly facilitates the retrieval of information, and largely compensates for the lack of an index. The author deserves to be congratulated on his achievement. His work exposes the shallowness of the critics' thinking, and shows that the laugh is really on them. Next time you feel like making fun of Noah's Ark, you'd do well to read this book first, or someone who has read it could expose your naivety!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2000

    How did Noah do it???

    This interesting and somewhat technical book presents a clear and viable means of understanding how eight people and thousands of animals could all live for slightly over a year on Noah's Ark. This great book answers many questions that skeptics have for years held up as proof that this is mythological story. If you really are seeking answers to how Noah (under God's direction) was able to manage this amazing voyage then you need to read this book.

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