Q. I’m not sure if you are familiar with the discoveries of Ron Wyatt (a Biblical Researcher/Archaeology), which are believed to include the remains of Noah’s Ark, Sodom and Gomorrah and also the Ark of the Covenant (apparently he received a supernatural indication that the Ark of the Covenant was buried in a cave under the hill where Jesus was likely to have been crucified, hence making literal the notion of Jesus blood covering the Ark).
Do you think that these discoveries have been orchestrated by God to provide some evidence to the world of His existence? I would be particularly interested to know if the claims about the positioning of the Ark of the Covenant are credible…what do you think?
A. There’s a ton of controversy surrounding Ron Wyatt’s claims to have discovered certain biblical artifacts. To my knowledge there’s little if any proof that these discoveries were actually made. The location of Sodom and Gomorrah at the southern end of the Dead Sea is well known, but I haven’t heard of any physical evidence confirming his claims about either ark.
To be fair none of the rival claims for the location of these artifacts can be supported by evidence either. In short so far no one can categorically state that they know the location of either Noah’s Ark or the Ark of the Covenant and then support their claim with physical evidence.