The Bible does not give the name of Noah's wife, but in Jewish tradition, her name is Naamah. In Greek tradition, her name is Doris.Continue Reading
In the flood story of Genesis, she is referred to only as "Noah's wife." "Naamah" from Jewish tradition is the sister of Tubal-cain (descendant of Cain) and the daughter of Lamech and Zillah. Her name means "the pleasant one" or "the beautiful one" and is thought to reflect how Cainites (Gnostics who venerated Cain) chose wives based on looks instead of character.
In the Book of Jubilees, she is called Emzara, daughter of Rake'el (son of Methuselah).
The ancient Greeks called her Doris, and Noah was called Nereus.Learn more about The Bible
The supposed remains of Noah's Ark, in archaeological terms, are stated as consisting of seven large wooden compartments, partitioned in different spaces with radiocarbon-dated wood of 4,800 years old. These findings were discovered in 2010 by Turkish and Chinese explorers from the Hong Kong-based group Noah's Ark Ministries International. The group claimed that there was 99.9 percent certainty that what they had uncovered were authentic pieces of Noah's Ark.Full Answer >
The Book of Genesis states that Noah's ark came to a rest after the Great Flood in the Mountains of Ararat, which are located in the southeastern Anatolia region of present-day Turkey. Some Christian believers are proponents of the theory that the remains of Noah's ark are the "Ararat anomaly" that has been photographed at the peak of Mount Ararat, which is the tallest mountain in Turkey and the Armenian plateau.Full Answer >
A classic example of a Bible trivia question is, "What are the names of Noah's three sons?" The story of Noah is a well-known one, so many people remember that Noah's three sons were named Shem, Ham and Japheth.Full Answer >
Some Bible-based children's songs are "Arky, Arky," a song based on the Bible story of Noah, and "Trust in the Lord," a song based on Proverbs 3:5-6. Another Bible-based children's song is "Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord," which also tells the Bible story of Noah.Full Answer >