May 13, 2012 | David F. Coppedge

Noah's Ark Claim Not Trustworthy

A creationist group in Hong Kong is releasing a dramatic documentary filled with fantastic claims about the discovery of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat.  Other prominent creationists are warning of fraud and scientific malpractice.

The two whistleblowers have no antipathy to the subject.  They would love real evidence of Noah’s Ark, knowing full well how powerful such evidence would be for the historicity of the Genesis Flood account.  Nevertheless, they have found it necessary, at personal risk, to call attention to fraudulent practices such as selective reporting, doctoring evidence and reliance on unscrupulous characters by the Hong Kong based group NAMI (Noah’s Ark Ministries International).

1.  Dr. Carl Wieland of Creation Ministries International has just written a lengthy article, “The ‘Hong Kong Ark’ fiasco – an overview to date (May 2012)” after personally visiting with the NAMI team.

2. Dr. Randall Price, a Biblical archaeologist, author, and ark researcher, also wrote a lengthy PDF document at his site, World of the Bible.

A wise old preacher of righteousness, Dr. Bob Jones, Sr., said, “It is never right to do wrong to get a chance to do right.”  Good intentions can never atone for misconduct.  Integrity is essential for science and any scholarly enterprise.  We urge NAMI to come clean on their evidence, refrain from hype, and admit wrongdoing, even though millions of dollars are at stake for them after their fundraising and promotion.  Meanwhile, help those deceived by their claims to learn the facts.


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