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Noah's Ark

What testament is Noah and the ark in?


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2011-05-11 15:32:07
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The story of Noah and the ark is found in the first book of the Old Testament Genesis.

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Jesus never got into the ark, that was Noah from the Old Testament.

Yes the story of Noah is in the old testament, in the first book called Genesis.

According to Genesis 7:13, there were 8 that were saved on the Ark - Noah, his wife, 3 sons and his son's 3 wives.

When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old. When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old. When Noah boarded the ark he was 600 years old.

40 days and 40 nights. The story of Noah is originally from the Torah, or the Old Testament to Christians.

Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth and their wives were on the ark.

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Yes Noah took peacocks on the ark.

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Yes, Noah was in Noah's ark as told in the Bible.

The ark is a boat that Noah was on.

Yes. In the Old Testament, God was angry with how his world had turned out so he asked Noah to build an ark. This was so he could collect two of each species and destroy everything so he could start over.

Abraham wasn't born when Noah built the ark.

Noah's ark is not a legend

When Noah left the ark, he released all of the animals, and created an altar to the Lord.

The Ark of Noah - 1975 was released on: USA: 1975

The ark of Noah rested on Mount Ararat, which was the highest point in the region.

Noah made the ark of the convert. lol

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God told Noah to build the Ark, as he was going to destroy the earth by a mighty flood.

It isn't known where the present day location is that Noah built the ark.

Noah listened to god and built the Ark accordingly to what God said.

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