Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study
by John Woomorappe
How many animals did Noah take aboard the Ark? How did he feed all of them on the long voyage? Where did he keep the carnivorous animals? What were conditions like for noah and his family during the Flood?
Students of Bible and science have pondered these questions and many more in their study of Genesis. Doubters in a literal global Flood, including hybrid-creation theorists, place evolution-based theories of science in authority over God's Word, claiming the Flood was nothing more than a "local" ocurrence and the age of earth is millions and billions of years old.
This book on Noah's Ark is a one-of-a-kind compendiuum of information about animal-care methods, food-preservation techniques, animal-handling techniques, etc. It discusses in great detail how 8 people could have cared for 16,000 animals using pre-scientific technology.
Whether or not the reader believes in the Bible or not, he or she can be fully confident that my book conveys substantive information about the workability of Noah's Ark and its inhabitants.
Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study is an indispensable resource for serious students of both science and Scripture. (298 pages)