A new claim by an evangelical Christian filmmaker and Turkish scientists that the The 4,800-year old remains of the Biblical artefact, Noah’s Ark has been found encased in a “Durupinar site” about 18 miles south of the Greater Ararat summit. The Durupinar site is a large rock formation that looks like a boat.It has been met with equal parts excitement and skepticism.
‘It’s not 100 per cent that it is Noah’s Ark, but we think it is 99.9 percent that this is it.We are only 99 percent certain that it is Noah’s Ark based on historical accounts, including the Bible and local beliefs of the people in the area, as well as carbon dating. said Yeung Wing-cheung, a documentary filmmaker working with the 15-strong team of fundamentalist Christians exploring the Turkish mountain.
According to different religious mythologies, Noah followed instructions from God Almighty to build Noah’s ark to save not only himself but every pair of animal kingdom present at his time from the epic flood that ended in complete wash over of the life in the world at that time, leaving only those who were with Noah in Noah’s Ark.
The discovery has fetched mixed remarks from believers and skeptics. If believers are declaring it a discovery of ages, skeptics are questioning the idea of findinf the wooden ark in intact form.
It is interesting to know that people didn’t really stop seeking for answers about God’s existence and the stories it tells on the Holy Bible.People would have different opinions, might be wow or duh. But did it really hapenned? No one knows, and that is where faith sets in well which eventually you cannot somehow question.