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The ark did not need to fit all the animals on earth in it because the flood was not a world flood but a regional flood. The purpose of the flood; to preserve the savior's bloodline according to prophesy, did not require a world flood. The Noah flood was regional. The confusion arises because the Hebrew word translated as world has many meanings including dirt, kingdom, world, and so on. Both Christians and skeptics get this wrong.
originally posted by: admirethedistance
I can't wait to see what their excuse is going to be when they realize they can only fit a fraction of a percent of all the species on Earth on this thing (assuming it even gets built).
Typical, that they would waste 20 million on this joke, rather than using it for Christian things, like, oh, I dunno, feeding and sheltering the homeless.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: IanFleming
I've had Christians say that to me, I just asked them in return, "well if God was planning on magicing the logistical problems away, why go though this whole nonsense of building an ark anyways?"
originally posted by: notmyrealname
Perfect, now if we can fill it with all the nuts that believe the story of Noah and send it out to sea…
Great start to a great idea!