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Did the bible story Noahs Ark really happen Many Believers say yes but there are skeptics First of all who was Noah Noah was a man chosen by God to build the ark and put two of every animal in the ark God chose Noah because at this time the rest of the people on earth were lying cheating scoundrels who distanced themselves from God When God flooded the earth everyone and everything that couldnt survive under water for 150 days died First skeptics say there is no way a flood this large could happen on earth it must have only been only a local flood This is incorrect because God told Noah 120 yrs in advance He preached to the people to stop their ways but they didnt If the flood was only local all the people had to do was move to another area Remember this was a long time ago the land and mountains werent as high as they are now There is a lot of proof that there was a great flood in Noahs time The Colorado Rockies contains fossil snails and other seabed animals at 11000 feet high There are ancient shore lines of Lake Bonneville that prove that is was once 1000 feet higher than it is today There once was a Lake Laotian in Nevada that covered 8400 square miles The rocks of earth from the Aleutians to Tierra de Fuego from the Atlas Mountains to the Andes From the Himalayas to the Alps show massive catastrophes of the past The rock cries out A huge flood did this The White Cliffs of Pover in England consist of solid seashells Such a massive deposit could not have been contributed over a vast period of time for the action of tides and waves gradually tumbles breaks polishes and eventually disintegrates the shells turning them into sand A skeptic named Custance claimed that at elevations above Mt Everest would render
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