Objective: In this exciting episode, we explore the mystery of Noah's Ark. 

Where did the Ark come to rest? Is it high on a snow-capped mountain, or somewhere else? 

What evidence leads many to believe it rests high on the peak of Mt. Ararat? Why can't intrepid explorers get to its remains? 

And a question: what would change if the Ark were found and shown to the world? Would people finally believe the truths of the Bible? 

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark'

    • Noah's Ark Interactive Questions

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark' - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE

    • Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark' - VIDEO

    • Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark' Live Lesson Recording with Professor Marshall Connolly (3/30/21)

    • Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark' - QUIZ

    • Noah's Ark Images

    • Explore the Bible - 'Noah's Ark' - Live Lesson with Professor Marshall Connolly @ 9 AM Pacific

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Instructor Bio:

Professor Marshall Connolly has spent his life in service to God and the Church as an educator and writer. He is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned bachelor's degrees in English and History, as well as a teaching credential. He has completed additional studies at Whitman College, and the University of San Diego. His interests include science and apologetics and he writes on both subjects for Catholic Online (catholic.org), the World's Catholic Library.

He serves as the first Director of Education for Catholic Online School.

Professor Marshall Connolly

Director of Education