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Ark Fever is contagious and compelling! 20 décembre 2005
Par Christian Book Previews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Thankfully, there is no vaccine for Ark Fever! Robert Cornuke takes readers on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to find the remains of Noah's Ark. Every page is packed with excitement. Written in a passionate first-person voice, this book becomes a dynamic documentary.

During World War II, an American soldier stationed in Iran, was brought to the frozen summit of a mountain range. Below him was an enormous object, which resembled a battleship stuck on a sandbar. The local people believed it was Noah's Ark, but its exact location has been kept secret for both political and religious reasons.

The testimony of this soldier sparked an intense search for this historic treasure. The pages of this book carefully lead readers through the planning stages of several expeditions to this area. In many ways, this adventure is a real-life mystery, with clues being gathered from Scripture, memories, and maps.

The mountain ranges of Turkey and Iran were the sites of their searches. The men on this mission had to hazard not only the dangers of the climb, but also officials in those countries who didn't appreciate outsiders. Yet, they continued their chase, fueled by their courage and convictions. Their stamina, skill, and steadfast faith are an inspiration. This book is written with clear and compelling details that make each expedition a breathless venture. Political intrigue, narrow escapes and dire disappointments keep the pages turning.

In addition to the author's powerful and persuasive commentary, the book includes maps and color photographs. Robert Cornuke has given readers a chance to see and experience an adventure of a lifetime. -- Joyce Handzo, Christian Book Previews.com
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Must Read 2 mai 2006
Par M. Gilbert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I usually don't read a book through in one night but did this book. Cornuke does a great job writing of his adventures to find Noah's Ark. His fortitude and commitment were commendable and rewarding. I hope there is a follow up to what he has discovered. Cornuke also gives an inspired insight into salvation. This is a must read.
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Some will mock, some will not care and other's will rejoice. 3 mai 2006
Par Richard D. Cappetto - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Ark Fever by Robert Cornuke is a very good and exciting read. Cornuke a retired detective, went on to become a real life Indiana Jones. Who went all over the world searching for Biblical relics, such as the Ark of the Covenant, the Ship Wreak of Paul, Noah's Ark and many others. This book Ark fever is about His search for Noah's Ark, as well as the why people search. It involves dangerous Mountain Climbing in Dangerous CONDITIONS IN dangerous COUNTREYS (IRAN AND TURKEY). This is a guy's book (action packed) for sure, and I think, anyone would like it. tales of near falls and falls, terrorists to avoid, Hostel Government's and secret Police. The book is very well written, being a former detective Cornuke is very detail oriented, the book will grip you and not let you go, I think I have Ark fever now. Should I give away the end, does cornuke find the Ark? Let's just say; some will mock, some will not care and other will rejoice.
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Very interesting! 10 mars 2006
Par Karen Bradley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This has been facinating to listen too. I constantly feel like I want to get out there and become an Biblical adventurer. I would have liked to hear more about the Spiritual and inspirational aspects of the journey. These are mentioned here and there but for a long time Christian, my soul longs for more. Great adventure though!
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Well-named book: Ark Fever really is a disease! 16 août 2008
Par David C. Read - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I just finished listening to the audio version of this book. Cornuke has climbed Turkey's Mt. Ararat numerous times, but finally decided that the biblical "mountains of Ararat" were more likely to be in present-day Iran.

Admittedly, Cornuke's adventure stories are often interesting, but the whole premise of his search is flawed. There is nothing in the Bible to indicate that Noah's ark still exists; no biblical prophecy that the ark will ever be found. Think about it. Doesn't it make more sense that the ark would have been recycled to other uses by the post-diluvian settlers? Wouldn't there have been a shortage of worked lumber after the flood, making the ark's wood extremely useful to the flood's eight human survivors? If the ark was still on Turkey's Mt. Ararat (Agri Dagi), wouldn't one of the numerous expeditions have found it by now? The mountain seems pretty-well searched at this point. (To his credit, Cornuke eventually realized that the Ark wasn't necessarily on Turkey's Mt. Ararat, and expanded his search to Iran.)

I have no reason to doubt Cornuke's Christian bona fides, but, frankly, the end of this book was off-putting to me. Cornuke writes as though the rock formation he found in Iran on Mt. Suleiman is certainly what Ed Davis saw and thought was the ark back in WWII, but, of course, Cornuke cannot possibly prove that.

He also writes as though the rock formation on Mt. Suleiman is probably petrified wood. Now, a couple of years ago I saw his photos, posted on the Internet, and the rocks have features that bear a superficial resemblance to wook grain, but there are other geological explanations for that, such as as "foliation" caused by folding and metamorphism. Moreover, unlike Mt. Ararat, Mt. Suleiman is not a volcanic mountain that would produce the chemicals necessary to petrify wood, so it would be anomalous to find petrified wood there. The only way to tell for certain is to examine the speciman under a microscope to look for cell structures that will be present in petrified wood, but not in plain rock. So all Cornuke needed to do was to brink back a sample of the rock. But he didn't do it.

He didn't do it, he claims, because he feared being arrested. But this claim is truly remarkable, because the previous 200 pages of the book describe Cornuke's countless illegal actions. Most of his expeditions were without official permits; he spent literally thousands of dollars bribing the Turkish Military and the Kurdish PKK guerillas who control the higher altitude areas around Ararat. He walked around with $30,000.00 in cash under the insoles of his boots, for purposes of doling out bribes. Even in Iran, he went to places that he did not have permission to go, and hiked up mountains he didn't have permission to climb. Now, at the end, when he claims to have found the petrified wood of Noah's Ark, he expects us to believe he would not bring out a piece of rock for fear of getting arrested? Come on.

I'm afraid that, deep down, Cornuke knew he didn't find anything remotely like Noah's Ark, and that bringing back specimens would prove beyond any doubt that all he found was an interesting rock outcrop. And I think Cornuke wanted to keep alive the notion that he found Noah's Ark, for purposes of selling his books, raising money for his BASE institute, making the lecture circuit, etc. This is tawdry, and doesn't reach the high standard to which Christians are called.
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