In Search of the Lost Mountains of Noah
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For the past several decades, the search for Noah's Ark -- or at least for the place where the Ark most likely came to rest -- has heated up considerably as modern developments in technology have added fuel to the fire. Yet for all the efforts thrown at Mt. Ararat in southeastern Turkey, nothing of significance pointing to the existence of the Ark of Noah has been discovered. Fifteen years ago, Bob Cornuke first began to question the foundational assumptions of the actual location of the biblical mountains of Ararat and began to uncover evidence that the Zagros Mountains in present-day northern Iran are the real lost mountains of Noah and perhaps hold the ruins of Noah's Ark. This book is for all readers who enjoy mystery, adventure, and archaeological apologetics based on physical evidence.
"Robert Cornuke: "The president of the Bible Archaeological Search and Exploration Institute, Robert Cornuke is an internationally known author and speaker. He has lectured on Bible history around the world more than a thousand times and conducted a Bible study at the White House under special request from the White House staff. He has led dozens of international Bible research expeditions, including travels to Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt, Arabia, Turkey, Iran, and Malta. His research into the archaeology of Bible times has resulted in appearances on the History Channel, National Geographic Televi