Many secularists mock the account of the flood, claiming there’s no way just eight people could care for all the animals on the ark.
Now, as we learned yesterday, Noah only needed a few thousand animals on the ark—far fewer than most people think.
And consider that today, many farms care for thousands of animals using labor-saving devices. Gravity-fed troughs provide food and water for several days, cutting down feeding time. Sloped floors send waste toward a central ditch to make waste removal easy. These devices reduce the time spent caring for the animals.
Noah could’ve easily employed these same technologies.
- How Could Noah Fit the Animals on the Ark and Care for Them?
- Fantastic Voyage: How Could Noah Care for the Animals?
This post originally appeared at https://answersingenesis.org/media/audio/answers-with-ken-ham/volume-151/how-did-noah-care-for-animals/