Interviews with experts and historians combine with footage of the Holy Land to construct an intimate biography of the Prophet of the Flood. Fleshed out and illustrated using rare paintings and artifacts, history is parsed from the story to examine aspects of Noah's life that often go unremarked. Most people are familiar with the tale of the man who built the ark, saving a small fraction of life on Earth when God deemed it necessary to destroy the perpetrators of sin and corruption. However, Noah's roles as vintner, farmer, healer, and holy man during his purported 950 years of life, are little-known aspects of this fascinating Biblical figure. This volume of A&E's BIOGRAPHY series serves to impart a holistic portrait of a man of God who continues to inspire even today.