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  • #31
    You are welcome. The only reason I knew the link was because one of my friends had just posted it on Facebook.
    Isaiah 26:3 You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Wishing4 View Post
      You are welcome. The only reason I knew the link was because one of my friends had just posted it on Facebook.
      Now that's a good idea. I seldom post anything on Facebook but that's worthwhile.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by SavedWretch View Post
        Thanks for the heads up Kerusso02. Will be skipping it then. I knew it was too good to be true.
        I too want to thank Kerusso02 for the information on the movie. If it were just me I would not go see the movie but my
        brother wants to see it and I'm not sure that he is saved but he has been listening to me & my mum about Jesus.
        If I say I don't want to see NOAH I'm worried it will upset him but I will set him straight about the wrongs in the movie and
        urge him to read The Bible
        "without Jesus my life on earth would be like listening to a neverending Fleetwood Mac song" BB

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        • #34
          Originally posted by BarbT View Post
          You heard right.

          I knew nothing about The Black Swan other than it had a ballet theme. When the movie was shown on TV about 2 months ago and I was shocked by the dark content. It was nothing more than a slasher movie with some lesbian imagery tossed in. The fact Natalie Portman won an Oscar for such filth made me sick.

          Like so many movies today I believe Swan was heavily inspired by demons. I held out a sliver of hope that "Noah" would be biblically accurate but now I see otherwise.

          Thanks for the headsup, Kerusso02.
          I don't like 'Black Swan' either *urgh* Portman didn't deserve an Oscar imo. but then these are earthly awards for people
          who more than likely don't even believe there is a God, let alone obey him.
          I read Genesis 6-9 last night to get the Biblical Noah in my head because I think I may be seeing this film with my brother.
          I wouldn't chose to see it for myself but he seems to be looking for the Lord and at least I know there will be no blasphemy in the film.
          however I have told him that I'd like him to read the scripture before we see the film so he knows what is not true at least
          we will have discernment on our side
          "without Jesus my life on earth would be like listening to a neverending Fleetwood Mac song" BB

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Kerusso02 View Post
            From Answers in Genesis:

            We have heard from various sources—including two close friends of AiG who watched a rough cut of the film—that it is not at all faithful to the biblical account in Genesis. The final movie will probably be very unbiblical in some bizarre and shocking ways...
            Here are a few more problem areas seen in the rough cut of the film, most of which I expect to be in the final film:

            In the film, Noah was robbed of his birthright by Tubal-Cain. The serpent’s body (i.e., Satan), which was shed in Eden, was their “birthright reminder.” It also doubled with magical power that they would wrap around their arm. So weird!

            Noah’s family only consists of his wife, three sons, and one daughter-in-law, contrary to the Bible.

            It appears as if every species was crammed in the Ark instead of just the kinds of animals, thus mocking the Ark account the same way secularists do today.

            “Rocks” (that seem to be fallen angels) build the Ark with Noah!

            Methuselah (Noah’s grandfather) is a type of witch-doctor, whose mental health is questionable.

            Tubal-Cain defeats the Rocks who were protecting the finished Ark.

            A wounded Tubal-Cain axes his way inside the Ark in only about ten minutes and then hides inside. Tubal-Cain then convinces the middle son to lure Noah to the bottom of the Ark in order to murder him (because he was not allowed a wife in the Ark). Tubal-Cain stays alive by eating hibernating lizards. The middle son of Noah has a change of heart and helps kill Tubal-Cain instead.

            Noah becomes almost crazy as he believes the only purpose to his family’s existence was to help build the Ark for the “innocent” animals (this is a worship of creation).

            Noah repeatedly tells his family that they were the last generation and were never to procreate. So when his daughter-in-law becomes pregnant, he vows to murder his own grandchild. But he finally has a change of heart.

            Noah does not have a relationship with God but rather with circumstances and has deadly visions of the Flood.

            The Ark lands on a cliff next to a beach.

            After the Flood Noah becomes so distant from his family that he lives in a cave, getting drunk by the beach.

            Do you really want your family/children to see such an unbiblical Hollywood portrayal of a very sobering event in Scripture, one that was a result of man’s wickedness? Do you want your kids to see Noah’s Ark portrayed by Hollywood as above, instead of the fact it was an Ark of salvation because of the grace of God—reminding us that as Noah and his family went through a door to be saved, so we need to go through a door?

            http://blogs.answersingenesis.org/bl...ntent=FaceBook
            Thank you so much for your post. I have not had the time to break this down the way you have. It is done quite well. This movie is about environmentalism and overpopulation. That is the real message in this movie. As well, the director is the creator of this movie and he has no relationship with the Lord whatsoever. He was born Jewish, but is a carnal Jew. This movie is NOT about sin and redemption. It doesn't point to Jesus in any way. As far as he is concerned the Jews (and Islamics from what the current reports have been) are just mucking up a beautiful film. I am praying for Mr. Crowe. He has made some foolish mistakes that have been made very public in his life as well as decisions that are very telling in regards to his lack of salvation. Just because he is in the midst of directing his first feature film, The Water Diviner, and calling his production company "Fear of God Productions" doesn't exempt him from the fact that he is an unbeliever.

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            • #36
              I watched the trailer and I knew right away that it was not going to be Biblically accurate. Hollywood always gives it its own spin. I saw some criticism on the movie that was pretty harsh by the secular media and thought, well, if they are being so critical of it, it might be good. I also would like read what the Christian cinema is saying about this movie.
              Thank you, God, for my salvation!

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              • #37
                Noah (the movie)

                Is anyone planning on seeing it when it is released in theaters in a couple weeks?

                I truly hope it sticks to the biblical as much as possible.

                Russell Crowe is in the title role, and I think it will take the biblical perspective regarding the fallen angels of Genesis 6.

                The reason I think it will is because the cast of characters lists the names of two fallen angels from the Book of Enoch.

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                • #38
                  There is already a thread on this...

                  http://rr-bb.com/showthread.php?1905...ght=Noah+Movie
                  Isaiah 26:3 You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.

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                  • #39
                    This is one movie I will not go see, The maker of The Black Swan did Noah also. He is heavy into environmental stuff and even has Noah being like that.
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                    • #40
                      I'm afraid, that I will have to second the motion when it comes to this film.

                      While the story may keep the main core themes, there is enough "pollution" in the film that clouds scripture.....

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                      • #41
                        I have heard this described as a very DARK movie. I will not be watching it.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Raynbowz View Post
                          I saw a trailer for a movie called "Noah" which is supposed to be coming out in March. Does anyone know anything about it? Anyone planning on seeing it?
                          You might be thinking of Ray Comfort's movie Noah: and the last days.

                          It can be downloaded from living waters for 19.99 (includes a couple of other things, a study guide on evangelizing and Ken Ham's video, Creation and the last days

                          But at the end of March you can watch it for free on youtube and buy the DVD for $5.00, like Ray Comfort's (each is about 30 minutes):

                          180 Movie (anti abortion)

                          Evolution vs God (great questions he asks the scientists and professors)

                          Genius

                          and now Noah: and the last Days.
                          trailer


                          They are all witnessing tools from Ray Comfort at Living Waters
                          Psalm 30:11-12 (New King James Version)

                          11 You have turned for me my mourning into dancing;
                          You have put off my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness,
                          12 To the end that my glory may sing praise to You and not be silent.
                          O LORD my God, I will give thanks to You forever.



                          Pre-Flood!
                          Thanks for the citizen title Hoot!

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                          • #43
                            The following review, if accurate, troubles me. It says that in the movie the name "God" is never mentioned but "the Creator" is used instead. And apparently He is angry not about mankind's evil but the fact that "men have broken the world".

                            If any of you go to see the movie please report back here and tell us how the movie stacks up from a biblical standpoint. Who better to review 2014 Hollywood's version of Noah than my fellow bible-believing Christians?

                            "Noah" .... Aggressive Environmentalism.

                            Crowes' Noah is a fighter ...a survivalist yet a tortured man dismayed by the ruin brought upon the land .....
                            http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/mov.../review/689450

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                            • #44
                              I haven't seen "Noah" but when secular reviewers pan the green agenda of "Noah" I take special notice.

                              This movie is gathering more criticism every day. I believe Christians should think long and hard before supporting propaganda that has been deliberately designed to replace Truth with man's Big Lie.

                              Noah's director Darren Aronofsky, a self-described atheist who made the Oscar-nominated hit The Black Swan, has described the movie as is "the least biblical biblical film ever made" and called Noah "the first environmentalist". According to one early review, the name "God" is not actually spoken at any stage.
                              http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/f...ith-Bible.html

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by BarbT View Post
                                I haven't seen "Noah" but when secular reviewers pan the green agenda of "Noah" I take special notice.

                                This movie is gathering more criticism every day. I believe Christians should think long and hard before supporting propaganda that has been deliberately designed to replace Truth with man's Big Lie.



                                http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/f...ith-Bible.html
                                I'm with you on this!!

                                If the secular media are endorsing this movie, then if am automatically crossing it off my "to see" list. I know there's a chance I'll miss a good one (1 in 10,000 chances??), but I'll live with those odds.

                                Also, I will not support Hollyweird's attempts at modifying/minimizing/eliminating the truths of scripture.
                                Liberalism is a FATAL disease, which should be obvious to all by now!!

                                "A gun is like a parachute. If you need one, and don't have one, you'll probably never need one again."

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