Zwinglius Redivivus

Another Hollywood Dilettante Quests for Noah’s Ark

Former Baywatch star Donna D’Errico got pretty banged up while on expedition to find Noah’s Ark in Turkey.  Yes, this is apparently a thing that people do.  The actor posted photos of herself with a bunch of nasty cuts and bruises from what was apparently a “major fall” while hiking Mount Ararat.  But D’Errico has two more days on her trip, and she is determined to stick it out. How can she return home when she’s so close to finding evidence of Noah’s Ark? (There is no evidence of Noah’s Ark.)  Also, she’s going back again next month.

It must just be the Hollywood thing to do.  Waste your money on a fool’s errand.  Eric Cline pointed the story out on Facebook.  So since it gave me an aneurysm I feel it necessary to send it along to you…

And since those Hollywood types love awards- Miss, here’s yours!

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Written by Jim

August 15, 2012 at 06:32

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  1. On a side note. Dear Jim do you think Noah’s ark will ever be found?

    Acidri

    August 15, 2012 at 09:38

  2. Not what I would call major trauma, but major PR for something that doesn’t exist

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    Joe Zias

    August 15, 2012 at 14:06

  3. And on occasions like these, it remains useful to point out that even within their own paradigm that the Bible can be used for this type of research, “evangelical researchers” are clearly wrong. The mountain they are always investigating, was called “Ararat” by Marco Polo; the Bible does not even mention a mountain Ararat – it mentions the mountains of the (kingdom of) Ararat/Urartu. http://rambambashi.wordpress.com/2009/04/21/common-errors-2-ararat/

    Jona Lendering

    August 15, 2012 at 15:41

  4. [...] the genre of the story, something Ham can’t stomach. Ham wants kids to grow up to be like the Baywatch star who recently got herself injured looking for the “real Noah’s Ark.&#8…And so let me conclude this post by emphasizing that a failure to recognize the diversity of genres, [...]

    Canon and Compromise

    August 16, 2012 at 23:00


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