Like a parrot, people just repeat what they have heard. Finding the truth behind these stories was laborious, but also truly fascinating and exhilarating.
Colorado Springs, Colo. (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
Mary Irwin has flirted with death, climbing Mount Ararat’s unforgiving glacial slopes three times. It wasn’t adventure she was seeking in the Turkish frontier. She was looking for the ancient boat that saved two at a time from the great flood.
Drawing from her personal experiences and 25 years of in-depth research, Irwin reveals the facts behind the final resting place of Noah’s ark in her latest book “The Unsolved Mystery of Noah’s Ark.” The book examines several alleged sightings over the past 100 years and helps readers discover the truth and myth within each study.
“Mankind has been deluged with inaccuracies concerning a global flood and the ark,” Irwin says. “Like a parrot, people just repeat what they have heard. Finding the truth behind these stories was laborious, but also truly fascinating and exhilarating.”
Irwin’s book displays her unique approach in studying the ark. Her work delves more in-depth than previous studies and seeks to validate the truth of past assertions. Through her research, she argues that the ark did not land on Mount Ararat as commonly believed.
So where is it?
About the author
Mary Irwin is an expert on the topic of Noah’s ark and has conducted more than 25 years of research on the subject. She traveled the world with her late husband, astronaut James Irwin. The pair climbed Mount Ararat numerous times looking for the ark and searched for biblical antiquities throughout the Middle East. In 1972, they founded the nonprofit Christian organization High Flight Foundation. Irwin has published four books on her life experiences. She resides in Colorado Springs and enjoys spending time with her five children and 14 grandchildren.
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