Google Earth “views” of Noah’s Ark, parted Red Sea, the crucifixion…

January 21, 2008

googleearth.gifIt’s amazing what you can do with Google Earth. Some Australian artists have used it to create some clever images of biblical scenes. Click here to see “God’s-eye view” shots of Noah’s Ark beached on Mount Ararat, the crossing of the Red Sea and the crucifixion of Jesus.

Their fourth image is supposed to show the Garden of Eden, but I don’t think it makes it. Where’s the naked couple? Or the serpent? Do those trees look like fruit trees?

Hat-tip to Jewcy.com for the link.

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