How many ARK's were there, really?

According to the Christian Bible, there was only Noah's ARK, whose contents were that of a single, white, Christian, family.

But, what this does not address is the following:

If only one family, of white Christians, survived the "Great Flood", then WHERE did Africans, Jamaicans, Asians, and the indian tribes, come from?

Also, if only one, white, Christian, family, survived, then HOW, without centuries, of in-breeding, did this single family, re-populate the Earth?

Equally important: If only Christians survived the flood, then WHERE did the Buddhists, Tao-ists, Jews, Islam, and other religions, came from?

How can we be sure that the Bible is "accurate" when I have noticed that this book "skips" whole centuries, if not whole millennia, of planetary history. How much history has been left out of the Bible?

IF the story, of the Great Flood, IS only being told, from the Christian point of view, then I have to wonder about what was left OUT of the Bible?

Was Noah's ARK all alone, on the flood waters, or, is it possible that Noah's contacts, with other ARK's has, simply, been omitted, in order to restrain the Bible, to a single volume?

What are the FACTS, not the "truth", about the flood, and Noah's ARK?

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  • 6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

  • 6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

  • 6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

  • 6 years ago

    Don't forget HMS Ark Royal. Mind you, that was real so it doesn't count!

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Spoken like someone who watched a russell crowe movie directed by an atheist instead of reading the Bible.

    I suggest you actually read the story in the Bible before you come up with theories and presumptions about the story.

    Here is some things to think about. What if there wasn't actually a literal global flood with water, but with a cleansing spirit? What if the Ark was not a boat or even a building, but a book? What if the story is really just an old Mesopotamian story which was recycled to teach of the time when the world was saved, not with a boat, but with an idea?

  • 6 years ago

    Where did you get your nonsense from? Are you deliberately ignorant of what the Bible says? Or do you just like to make up lies to support an unsupportable position? Remember, lying for the cause of atheism is still lying!

    You go back and read the Biblical account of the flood, and all your lies will be exposed! I won't bother trying to explain to someone who is deliberately ignorant, it's like trying to prove that colors exist to someone who pokes his own eyes out just so that he wouldn't be able to see colors!

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Noah's Ark: A biblical story with moral underpinnings, but lacks actual evidence for its occurrence. From a scientific perspective and our knowledge about how nature works, a critical analysis of the story is shown at: http://ncse.com/cej/4/1/impossible-voyage-noahs-ar... After you read this analysis, you will see why the story fails the evidence test, not just on one aspect of the story, but on hundreds of logistical and factual inconsistencies with present day workings of nature.

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Facts are there is no evidence of a global deluge. There were prior flood stories that this was simply copied from like most of Christianity's tenets.

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