Science thoroughly proves that there was no worldwide flood. Logic and science also prove the Ark as described in the Bible to be impossible to hold all the animals and for all of them to survive. I will not go through all the details, but if you want them, I'll compile several Youtube videos and post them here. And before you talk about all the flood myths from around the world, tell me why they all have vastly different details and what makes you think the Bible's narrative is the true one? If you talk about the flood being localized and by the world being flooded, they mean the known world, sure that's possible, but where is the evidence for that particular version? There are some Christians who say that the Bible should not be taken literally. But when asked if the Noah's Ark story is literally true, all they say is "I don't know" and "So what?" None will go on the record and admit that it did not happen. They will just change the subject to the New Testament. Even if I did not take the Noah's Ark story literally, I find no value in it. I ask you Bible believing Christians to tell me why I should not take a black marker and blot out the Noah's Ark narrative from the Bible the same way many of you ignore the Apocrypha. There are many other parts of the Bible I'd make you defend including: Balaam's Donkey, the creation story, the redundant Numbers chapter 7, the instructions on how to treat a slave, the redundant instructions on building a Tabernacle, the anti-masturbation Onan story, the genealogies most pastors just skip, the absurdly cryptic books of Daniel and Revelation, the glorification of the Israelites destroying their enemies and much more. For now however, let's just stick to Noah's Ark. Did it happen? What value should I take away from it?