• Title: The True Story of Noah's Ark
  • Author: Tom Dooley Bill Looney
  • ISBN: 9780890513880
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The True Story of Noah s Ark God always has a plan God always has a man The plan destroy the wickedness of the world The man Noah How would you feel if you knew that God was going to destroy the world and you had been chosen out
    God always has a plan God always has a man The plan destroy the wickedness of the world The man Noah How would you feel if you knew that God was going to destroy the world, and you had been chosen out of millions of people to continue the human race This book is not just Sunday school material for kids, but the thrilling adventure of Noah comes to life through the dGod always has a plan God always has a man The plan destroy the wickedness of the world The man Noah How would you feel if you knew that God was going to destroy the world, and you had been chosen out of millions of people to continue the human race This book is not just Sunday school material for kids, but the thrilling adventure of Noah comes to life through the dazzling, detailed illustrations and the exciting True Story of Noah s Ark The images of the interior of Noah s ark are like nothing you ve ever seen before The people and cities depicted here are certainly advanced than what you ve been led to believe these people weren t cavemen They invented metals and musical instruments they were skilled craftsmen they built grand cities all before the Flood And this is not fiction it s all biblically and historically based This book can be a fantastic evangelistic tool because it comes directly from the multi media presentation of author Tom Dooley, who uses it to witness to multitudes of people across America every week.

    One Reply to “The True Story of Noah's Ark”

    1. Noah's Ark. We've all heard about it. We've all seen the famous tub boat illustration with giraffes sticking their necks out of an insanely too small boat. The famous icon is often used on baby blankets and curtains and other decor. That's not what really happened though, and The True Story of Noah's Ark is Tom Dooley's answer to a common misnomer.Top things I appreciated in this book?Fantastic illustrations---Bill Looney also illustrated Ken Ham's The True Story of Adam and Eve and in this book [...]

    2. While this work is respectful of the Biblical text, it important to note that it is still historical fiction. Good historical fiction, but fiction nonetheless. I find the title itself off-putting. Why is it that people who hold to the absolute authority of Scripture have taken to titles that use the word *true* or *real* when using their imagination to enhance the Biblical text. If you or I want the *True* story of Noah's Ark, we should be reading our Bibles. Now that we have that out of the way [...]

    3. This is an amazing book that will please both children and adults. The author uses Biblical background to tell the story of what Noah and his family must have experienced as they built the ark and prepared for GOD to bring rain on an earth that had never experienced rain before. This is an absolute must read for any one who believes in the literal Bible.You can read a full review of this book at Examiner where I write about Christian fiction.examiner/christian-fic

    4. “The True Story of Noah's Ark” by Tom Dooley, Bill Looney (Illustrator) “This book encompasses one of the oldest events in the history of the world.”Genuine attempt to reconstruct the Biblical Flood story (based on the account recorded in Genesis 6-9) without the modern comic-style caricatures. Dimensional details. Wonderful illustrations.- - -

    5. The edition I read doesn't have a CD or pull-out spreads, but it is beautifully illustrated, none-the-less. There is the issue others have brought up of the speculative/fictional type of wording, but most of the time there is a helpful "may have" or "imagine with me" wording.

    6. a very interesting book! Gives alot more insight to how the ark really looked, and how the family and animals lived on the boat. Shows what it may have really looked like, shows how large it was, explains how it could fit all those animals for that long time.

    7. Beautifully illustrated retelling of the account from Genesis placed in the context of the entire Biblical narrative. Hardcover that includes an audiobook CD.

    8. A Christmas gift from my children, Lydia, Abigail, Calvin, & Lincoln.The art is beautiful and the story is true!

    9. A nice reading challenge picture book that I so conveniently came across. I hate to say this, but it wasn't as exciting as the movie Noah with all the fallen angels. Ah well.

    10. Gorgeous artwork though I had issues with the dinosaurs being depicted as I don't believe they were saved by Noah's and his ark.

    11. Excellent! We loved this book! Beautiful art and very well written. Comes with an audio CD that really brings it to life and helps one to imagine what it would've been like to be in Noah's shoes.

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