Noah’s Ark, as interpreted by Currier & Ives
I like to run this post from time to time because you never know whom might be out there as a first-time viewer, and might derive some benefit from reading it.
And if you’re afraid you’re the only one who believes what it says in the Bible–well, don’t! Because you’re not. You have a lot of company.
Is the Bible Just Stories?
And I am happy to say that my Christian friend who didn’t seem to believe much of the Bible, seven years ago… doesn’t fit that description anymore.
Read the Word with an open mind and observe what happens in this fallen world. You’ll come around.
No one’s quite sure when this video was made, but most estimates hover around 1946–and I don’t think we get music like this anymore. The Jubalaires’ harmony is used to celebrate Noah and the Ark–and God’s mercy.
This is a joyful song made unto the Lord.
I haven’t posted this sweet and harmless kiddies’ song lately–One More River to Cross. And I wish I knew the name of this singer, but I don’t.
Heads up: we just wasted an afternoon watching a Dutch movie called The Vanishing. It was supposed to be a thriller, but it only turned out weird and unwholesome. So avoid it. Run, don’t walk, to the nearest exit.
This little song is much more edifying.
If you can find any video more benign, innocent, and soothing than this one, I’d like to know what it is. I don’t know who this singer is, but she’s got a good thing going.
Time for a nap. It just keeps raining today…
My Blue State hometown is dotted with “rainbow” flags–deluded liberals proclaiming their allegiance to the movement for untrammeled sexual anarchy: “gay rights” for short. These are second in popularity only to “Science is real” signs. Oh, they’re so smart.
Ken Ham, though, the man behind the creation museum, has launched a campaign to reclaim the rainbow as a symbol of God’s faithfulness (http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/ken-hams-ark-encounter-boat-issues-call-christians-reclaim-rainbow-lgbt/)–which of course is what it originally was: see Genesis 9:13. Ham has a life-size replica of the Ark which, from now on, is to be lit up by rainbow lights every night.
We know he’s right because nooze media all over the country are dumping on him for it, and they wouldn’t be doing that if he weren’t one of the good guys. If he were evil and wrong, they’d be praising him to the skies.
So they’re waiting for us all to “age out”–die–so there won’t be anyone left to tell them that they’re wrong.
But God’s word will never age out, and never stop telling them they’re wrong.
And as for who will speak God’s word to them–as John the Baptist testified, “God is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham” (Luke 3:8).
A famous image–but none the less false for all that
Dr. Jonathan Sarfati is a Ph.D. in chemistry and a former chess champion of New Zealand. But he’s got to be just a big dope because he doesn’t believe in Evilution–right?
Read this article he wrote on the practical feasibility of Noah’s Ark, and then go on to read all the comments below it ( http://creation.com/how-did-all-the-animals-fit-on-noahs-ark ). With all the Darwin crowd nipping at his ankles, watch him slice and dice them till there’s nothing left of their position–all without any name-calling.
Sarfati dusts off one of them so thoroughly that the poor schlub is reduced to demanding to know if Sarfati believes a sorceress should be put to death, as prescribed in the Old Testament. What bearing that has on a discussion over whether Evilution is fact or fantasy is anybody’s guess. But it usually crops up as a sign of desperation.
P.S.–Yes, I do know how to spell “evolution.” But as politics masquerading as science, I think “evilution” more appropriate.