I have always found it amusing that evolutionists refuse to believe that the earth was never flooded,
Don't you mean evolutionists refuse to believe the earth was flooded?
even though over 90% of it's surface is water, but mars was flooded, with only 10%. Some estimates go as high as 50, but still do not even come close to earth.
So you've made the absolute conclusion that the earth was completely flooded (at one specified point in history) simply because it currently has a lot of water?
Let's take that argument and run with it shall we?
Venus has a 96.5% C02 atmosphere. Using your logic, we can now come to the conclusion that it MUST have had a 100% coverage of carbon dioxide. Further more, using your theory, you must be able to predict exactly when in the history of the universe this occurred. Can you please tell me when it occurred?
One look at the polonium halos in the granite in the precambrian layer will tell you it is not 250+ years old, and could not have taken millions of years to form.
I'll let someone who knows more about polonium halos answer this one.
My first question is however, why would the bible go into detail about the dementions, and materials of a boat that did not exist?
The bible goes into many things that do not currently exist. Like walking on water, parting seas with a stick, magically creating the earth, magically turning water into wine. A magical boat really doesn't take much more effort now does it?
The bible claims that the boat came to rest in the mountains of Ararat. And it just so happens there is a boat covered in snow, in the middle of land, at the base of Mount Ararat. The ark? Possibly.
Source please. You make the claim there is a boat there, you must have irrefutable evidence to back it up right?
Let's see what else the bible says. Noah sent out a dove every morning, until it returned with an olive branch. Olive trees grow by mount Agri in the same area.
Let's see what the "Santa Save the Day" Santa Clause book says:
Santa clause every year flies from the north pole all over the world. There is snow in the area of the north pole.
The bible also makes the claim that after the flood Noah planted a vineyard, and locals to this day have vineyards there.
Santa leaves presents under the tree, and on Christmas day, I have presents under the tree.
As well, the surrounding cities and landmarks are named after Noah, Sehr-I Nuh (city of Noah), Sefinet Nebi Nuh( the ship of Noah) the name of the summit of Mount Judi.
In Kyrgyzstan, a mountain peak was named after Santa Claus, after a Swedish company had suggested the location be a more efficient starting place for present-delivering journeys all over the world.
It all sounds very funny to compare Noah with Santa, but it is not reasonable. And like I said, I am a reasonable man.
No it isn't funny at all. This is what most of us teach our children. It's very sad indeed.