Many believe this is Noah's Ark, already found on a mountain next to Mt. Ararat (courtesy: wyattmuseum.com)
A new travel website is now promoting summer tours to a Turkish site near Mount Ararat believed by many to be the fossilized remains of Noah's Ark.
Noah's Ark Holidays which bills itself as an "ethical travel referral website" is behind the offer, with a pitch for the location in Dogubayazit, Turkey, reading:
You will be awe-inspired, whether you have a personal faith or not, when you visit the National Park of Noah's Ark. Many experts have examined, tested, researched, taken radar scans and recorded lengths of this incredible boat-shaped object that many people, both non-experts and scientists, believe to be the fossilized remains of Noah's Ark. Read what others have said about it and make your own mind up. It really is a mind boggling story! If it is not Noah's Ark, then what are, what look like the fossilized remains of a boat, the same lengths as the lengths detailed in the Book of Genesis...
While the use of relics and many of the other superstitions popularized by the church of Rome is obviously unscriptural, there is nothing wrong in a sincere search for the true site of Noah's Ark as a scientific and archaeological pursuit for truth, as long as there is no anti-christian motive or agenda behind it.
For those who wish to investigate this further, there is an excellent video/DVD on this entitled The Discovery of Noah's Ark available at www.realityzone.com
This is why God keeps us in the dark about so many locations and objects mentioned in the Bible. We don't know where Jesus was actually born, or where he was buried. Look at what the Roman and Orthodox churches have done with those so called "sites". Even the brazen serpent had to be melted down because the Jews worshipped it instead of Jehova. Can you imagine if they ever found anything purporting to be the Arc of the Covenant? God is Spirit and must be worshipped in Spirit and Truth.