Search for Noah's Ark: The Lost Mountains of Noah

Search for Noah's Ark: The Lost Mountains of Noah

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Ever since embarking on his first expedition to Mt. Ararat, Bob Cornuke, a biblical investigator and real life Indiana Jones, has had a passion shared by only a select group of explorers. Follow Cornuke as he brings this adventure to life and tries to be the one who makes the greatest archaeological discovery in human history - finding the remains of Noah's Ark.

This documentary uses the Bible as a road map for uncovering its ancient mysteries. Based on the testimony of the Bible, personal investigation, examination of evidence, and other factors, Cornuke points to Mount Suleiman in the modern-day country of Iran, as the most probably resting place for Noah's Ark. Throughout the investigation, Cornuke discovers archaeological evidence to support God's Word. His relentless search for the ark is captured on this DVD and includes threatening misadventures and narrow escapes from political unrest that are sure to leave viewers breathless.

Run time approx. 60 min.

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Bob Cornuke

Bob Cornuke

Bob Cornuke is a Biblical investigator, international explorer and author of nine books. He has participated in over Sixty expeditions around the world searching for lost locations described in the Bible. Bob has appeared on National Geographic Channel, CBS, NBC’s Dateline, Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, ABC, History Channel and Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Bob was the President of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute and is now Lead Research Specialist at Koinonia House. He also serves as special advisor for the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools and was invited by the President’s staff to conduct a Bible study for White House personnel.

Please Note: The views and opinions expressed within are not necessarily those of Koinonia House.

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