Robert Cornuke Ark Fever

ISBN 13: 9781598590227

Ark Fever

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9781598590227: Ark Fever

Bob Cornuke is a real-life Indiana Jones, searching for evidence of biblical events and artifacts. In this book, he tells the story of his search for the remains of Noah's ark. Using investigative skills learned during his years as a police officer, Bob investigates all the clues, from ancient Scriptures to modern-day eyewitness accounts. His quest to learn the truth about Noah's ark leads him from his safe home in the foothills of Colorado to the dangerous mountain ranges in Turkey and Iran. Follow Bob as he risks his life climbing icy peaks, dodging bullets, evading capture, and much more. As you follow the trail of tantalizing clues to the place where Noah's ark may lie, you just might catch "ark fever" too!

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About the Author:

Robert Cornuke has traveled extensively overseas, leading and participating in numerous expeditions to find verifiable historic sites and artifacts from biblical history. Bob is founder and president of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (BASE) Institute located in Colorado Springs. He holds a PhD in Bible and Theology from Louisiana Baptist University and serves as special advisor for the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools. Bob lives in Colorado with his wife and children.

From AudioFile:

Are the remains of Noah's Ark resting on a mountain in Iran? The answer is still a mystery, but Robert Cornuke, a former policeman turned biblical explorer, definitely has "ark fever." Kevin King reads Cornuke's first-person account with a feverish tone that sometimes gets a little too "gee whiz" but also reveals the person behind the search as he deals with Middle Eastern authorities, injuries, hikes through terrorist strongholds, and, in one instance, a guide who shares the explorers' food with the hungry, leaving them scrambling for sustenance. With an approach that provides insight into the quest for knowledge, Cornuke's account is intriguing. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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