A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith

A Simple Life, a Childlike Faith


Theme Park in the making–Noah’s Ark

posted by Linda G. Howard

Even though there is a Noah’s Ark Theme Park planned in Kentucky, a expert builder from the Netherlands, Johan Huibers is building an exact replica of the real boat and plans to sail it down the Thames River in time for the 2012 London Olympics.

After a nightmare of an impending flood, Huibers felt inspired to build the ship using the instructions given to Noah by God.  If you are interested in building your own boat, complete instructions, including the size of the nails can be found in Genesis.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment jan

    I’m impressed someone culd have so much talent.But in Gods word he made a promise never to flood the world again remember?
    If you don’t just remember the rainbow.
    The only sad part of this how many people in your country could you have helped with the funds used to make this?It is very impresive but not needed my friend.But then again there are a lot of unneeded stuff in the world,and many people are happy to buy it,use it,store it away.No matter how I change my wording I’m sounding harsh.I guess thats the facts.

    • http://specialgathering.wordpress.com Linda G. Howard

      Sometimes truth does sound harsh. There is always a flip side to almost everything. Not sure how much this man spend building this boat but it’s probably not as much as what has been spent trying to find the orginal one. Thanks for your comment.

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