A Literalist Account of Noah Preparing for the Journey on the Ark

Via Bob Cargill and Scott Bailey. I agree with Bob that trying to think through and fill in the details of the story in this literalist manner is probably the best and most convincing argument for not taking the story as literally, factually true.

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  • Gary

    Sounds like Monty Python revisited. I love it. What about my dead parrot? And they didn’t even get into the primates, australiapithicus, Neanderthal, etc. Guess Lucy couldn’t make the boat. Must be those short legs.

    • Nan Bush

      Comment is almost as funny as the video. I’ve been chuckling for a couple of days.

  • Gary

    Sounds like Monty Python revisited. I love it. What about my dead parrot? And they didn’t even get into the primates, australiapithicus, Neanderthal, etc. Guess Lucy couldn’t make the boat. Must be those short legs.

    • Nan Bush

      Comment is almost as funny as the video. I’ve been chuckling for a couple of days.