Biblical Paleoarcheology

Going Down the Mountain

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Article #28 I don’t really like animals, because I’m a city boy who grew up in a world of concrete and pavement. I don’t fish or hunt. I would rather not have a pet, like a dog or a cat, because they are too much work. That’s exactly the reason why I deeply admire the […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Did the Ark land on the Kagizman Mountain Range?

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Article #23 The search for Noah’s Ark has inspired many unsuccessful expeditions since the 1960’s. Mount Ararat in Turkey has been the main focus, because of numerous reported sightings over 150 years. Ron Wyatt generated a great deal of publicity in the 80’s for a formation 15 miles south of Mt. Ararat where he claimed […]

Biblical Paleoarcheology

Where Did the Ark Land?

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Article #21 Civilization began in the Near East, in the Fertile Crescent. This is the point that I have been making so far. Everyone agrees with this. Many would place Neanderthals and scattered human fossils earlier in time, but these remains represent migrating groups and not civilization. Let’s not debate so-called pre-civilization fossils at this […]