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PJSFaithThe eyes of the world will turn to Noah, the ark and the flood next week when Answers in Genesis unveils its highly-anticipated Ark Encounter.

I will be there for the ribbon cutting and a preview tour on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 5 and 6, before the Ark Encounter opens to the public on Thursday, July 7.

Dispensational Publishing House is proud to cooperate in promoting this great evangelistic and apologetic endeavor. Throughout the month of July, we will be devoting our blog almost exclusively to articles which will provide you with information that you can share with those who will surely be asking you about these incredible events.

D LogoLook for an opening blog from me on Friday that will introduce you to more on the topic and more on our plans. For Monday, July 4, Dr. Rolland McCune will offer some special insight on the early days of the modern creationism movement. On Tuesday through Thursday, July 5 to 7, I will be blogging from the Ark Encounter. We have many more articles planned for the remainder of the month, including teaching series by Dr. Randy White and me, and several other articles from notable guest contributors.

Dr. White’s series on Understanding Dispensations and Dr. McCune’s series on A Unifying Center to God’s Activity will both resume in August. Tomorrow we will conclude Dr. Richard Schmidt’s series on Israel’s 68th Independence Day.

We hope that you will return to our blog often and share this informative content with others. As always, if you have ideas, questions or concerns, you may email me at or contact us through our Facebook or Twitter pages.

I close with Jesus’ commentary on “the days of Noah” (Luke 17:26-27):

And as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man: They ate, they drank, they married wives, they were given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all.

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