True Story of Noah's Ark

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Author: Tom Dooley & Bill Looney

God always has a plan; God always has a man.

The plan: destroy the wickedness of the world.

The man: Noah.

How would you feel if you knew that God was going to destroy the world, and you had been chosen out of millions of people to continue the human race? This book is not just Sunday school material for kids, but the thrilling adventure of Noah comes to life through the dazzling, detailed illustrations and the exciting True Story of Noah's Ark.

The images of the interior of Noah's ark are like nothing you've ever seen before. The people and cities depicted here are certainly more advanced than what you've been led to believe ?these people weren't cavemen! They invented metals and musical instruments; they were skilled craftsmen; they built grand cities? all BEFORE the Flood. And this is not fiction ?it's all biblically and historically based.


About the authors:

Tom Dooley:  Gifted with an impressive voice and narrative ability, Tom is a top “voice-over” talent. His career began in Christian radio at WFIL Philadelphia with the Sunday morning show, “Alpha Omega.” That program evolved into what is now “The Journey” which Tom hosts six days a week from KVTT Dallas.

Tom has narrated countless documentaries and his list of commercials includes clients like Radio Shack, Zales Jewlers, GE and many more. He also served as the official voice of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, narrating many of Dr. Graham’s national television specials and several books on tape. Tom and his wife, Melanie, have been married 30 years and have three grown children. They live in Colleyville, Texas with their boxers, Bugsy and Abby.

Bill Looney was formally schooled in all media beginning in public school, to The University of Texas at Arlington, Dallas Art Institute and finally entered the arena of professional commercial art and illustration in the early '70s. Bill is proficient in all media, ranging from airbrush, oils, acrylics, pen & ink, watercolor, sculpture, and computer illustration. Most recently, Bill's artwork has been published in many books including The True Story of Noah's Ark and America's Lost Dream.