Second, the book offers a compilation of ark resources including historical and contemporary accounts accumulated by Rex Geissler and Bill Crouse. This objective reference work combines the best of ark research archives with new eyewitness accounts to help the reader understand the historical view of the ark. The printed version of the book included 265 photographs and illustrations, 21 co-authors, and 482 informative pages.
Many people have been mis-informed about the search for Noah's Ark, and hopefully, this book will provide the public with a better understanding of the historic search for Noah's Ark (without the hype in a no-spin zone!). The difficulty in searching for the ark in the "mountains of Ararat" will become obvious to the reader, as the explorers share their trials and frustrations. It will certainly answer the person who asks, "If it's up there, why can't you ark researchers just go up there and find if it is there or not?"
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