Are Christians Still Complaining about the Noah Movie?

untitledHere we go again – being known for what we are against rather than the love and compassion that should characterize us (John 13:34-35).

At any rate, rather than complaining about the Hollywood movie Noah, Why don’t we, as Christ followers, seize the opportunity to tell the true story about the biblical Noah–if it’s accuracy we’re so concerned about?

Why don’t we?

(Besides, it’s hollywood that is behind the movie, not the Sherod Baptist Church who gave us Fireproof, Facing the Giants, Courageous…!)

Or, should hollywood come to our churches and tell us how to setup and behave for Passion Week?

So you know where I’m coming from?

Well, this weekend, Friday night to be exact, I will be viewing the Noah movie, starring Russell Crowe, one of the greatest actors of our time.

I’m sure that I will be able to find the God story in it.

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7 Responses to Are Christians Still Complaining about the Noah Movie?

  1. Gary Zimmerli says:

    TC, I’m sure you will be able to see the “God story” in it. You and I know the story well, because we know the real thing. We can pick out a counterfeit at a moment’s glance. What concerns me about movies like “Noah” is that people who don’t “know” the story, not only non-Christians but nominal Christians as well (including wild-eyed enthusiastic baby Christians) will see the movie and think that really IS the story.

  2. Jon Hughes says:

    Well said, TC!

    It’s up to us to produce a high quality motion picture in response, rather than whinge about it. Alas, the world always does it better. I agree with you about Russel Crowe. He, along with Denzel Washington, is my favourite actor at the present time.

    • TC Robinson says:

      With Hollywood behind it with their own spin, I found it quite creative. I’m a huge fan of Russell Crowe as an actor, so was a bonus for me. The interpretations of certain events were quite interesting, though. 😉

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