Ark searches have been conducted on Mount Ararat since 1829 to no avail, until the promising discovery of wood by this NAMI team. Scientists maintain that tree growth and human settlement have never taken place above an elevation of 9,000 feet, presenting the world with the striking question: “Could this be the real Noah’s Ark?”
No- but it could be, and is, a money making scheme designed to fleece the sheep.
The upcoming National Apologetics Conference, hosted by the Southern Evangelical Seminary on October 15th-16th, will be exploring that question, as it presents exclusive footage of the discovery that has never before been seen in the United States. Also, two of the explorers who have actually been inside the vessel, as well as photojournalist Clara Wei, will fly in from Hong Kong to speak at this event in Charlotte, North Carolina.
I guess we can already tell where they’ll come out on the story. Apologetics generally = unsubstantiated claim.
“It is exciting to present the guests of our conference with the rare opportunity to view footage and possible firsthand accounts of this discovery. We will present the film in a way that asks the audience to judge for themselves if this appears to be accurate and factual. We have reason to believe this is history in the making and we will delve into all aspects of the findings during our follow up panel discussion with top experts on these issues,” said Dr. Alex McFarland, president of the Southern Evangelical Seminary and host of the National Apologetics Conference.
They have reason to believe it’s history in the making because they’re promoting it that way. The whole debacle of an expedition has been soundly debunked, so why make it a conference issue?
Along with the showing of this exclusive footage, Southern Evangelical Seminary will be joined by the greatest theologians of our recent times to equip believers at the 17th Annual National Apologetics Conference on October 15-16 in Charlotte, NC. Visit http://www.nationalapologeticsconference.com for location, speakers and other details.
‘The greatest theologians of our recent times’? Hardly. There’s not a theologian worthy of the name on the list. Colson? He’s no theologian. McDowell? Not a theologian. In fact there’s not a single speaker who has produced any sort of useful theology presenting.
It’s a crying shame that people will attend, be misled, and be told that they should feel good about believing something they shouldn’t and needn’t. A true shame. But they will be fleeced.
The Church needs to stand up against these sorts of abuses.