The Ark and the Darkness Movie

Unearthing the Mysteries of Noah’s Flood


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March 18, 2024

Would you like scientific evidence for the worldwide flood which is described in Genesis 6-9? Guest host Adam McManus interviews Dr. Daniel Biddle, President of Genesis Apologetics, about a powerful new film in the movie theaters, on Wednesday, March 20th and Thursday, March 21st only, called “The Ark and the Darkness: Unearthing the Mysteries of Noah's Flood.”

Using a panel of 11 experts, including those from Answers in Genesis, “The Ark and the Darkness” movie provides proof that:

*  Coal deposits reveal that the earth was once incredibly more lush.

*  There were 1,400 kinds of air-breathing land animals aboard the ark.

*  The flood was worldwide, not regional.

*  The sediment record is one of the most compelling evidences for the historicity of Noah’s flood.

*  There were recognizable animals like boa constrictors, boxed turtles, and ducks found buried next to dinosaurs from the flood, but evolutionists have never featured them in any dinosaur museum exhibit because it doesn't fit their secular narrative.

*  There have been dinosaur remains found with soft tissue that still has the stink of death. If it’s 60-100 million years old, that’s not possible. They have found muscle fiber, collagen, bone marrow, and red blood cells which can last up to 100,000 years. If the worldwide flood occurred 4,400 years ago, then that’s very feasible. Mark Armitage found soft tissue in a triceratops horn, published his discovery, and was promptly fired. 

Watch the trailer and learn more at, and go to the Fandango website to get tickets to see “The Ark and the Darkness” movie either on Wednesday, March 20th or Thursday, March 21st.

About Your Host, Kevin Swanson

Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 70's, Kevin Swanson and his wife, Brenda, are now homeschooling their five children. Since graduating from his homeschool and then serving as student body president of a large west coast university, he has gone on to other leadership positions in corporate management, church, and other non-profits.