Is the Noah’s arc myth even feasible?
How big does a ship have to be to have carried 2 of each of all the species we have today?
How, if the World was covered in water, were they able to feed each animal, keeping in mind that various species have various diets, for 40 days and 40 nights? Again we must reflect on the size of the arc to store this amount of food as well.
If Noah’s family was the only one on the ship and everyone else was killed, how do we explain the many differences in race and culture found throughout the world? That’s some pretty rapid evolution when you consider how old the world is said to be in the bible!
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