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brian April 2, 2014 at 2:04 pm

I usually never have any thing negative to say about any of these articles, but wow! Not only did you miss the mark on this one, you weren’t even close.. sure you can dig and dig to find a glimmer of something positive about this movie, but in the end, it just isn’t worth it. I wouldn’t recommend this to any Christian I know, let alone any unbeliever..

Patricia Schneider April 10, 2014 at 4:32 am

Hello, Mr. Snowden!!
Thanks so much for being a guest writer for “What Christians Want To Know!!”

Hate to admit, I was one of “those who felt compelled to criticize” the movie, “Noah,” based on a couple articles & an interview with actor, Russell Crowe, who portrayed the main character in this movie. And no, I haven’t seen the movie.

Yet, your article has changed my original opinions as you expressed so profoundly why one SHOULD see “Noah.” You made a lot of sense, Mr. Snowden!! Hee-Hee!

Will be sharing this article with my many siblings in Christ, after swallowing my ignorance. Groan~.
God’s wonderful blessings be showered upon you, John Snowden, and your family!!
Always your Sis in Christ Jesus ~ Patty

Mark July 26, 2015 at 12:30 pm

I have to say making a movie taken from the bible is a bad idea if your not going to stay on point with the greek and hebrew translation of the Word of God. It’s just another work of man that will be cast into the lake of fire in the end and you know it.

Hillary July 29, 2015 at 3:33 am

I have to agree with Mark and Brian here. I watched the movie and it has nothing to do with the actual story in the bible. For example, when the man who built the boat (supposedly ‘Noah’ from the bible in your film’) described creation to his children, the images contained scenes of evolution. This is not at all Christian and certainly not what the bible teaches. And may I ask, what are those transformer-type beings that helped Noah, the so-called ‘watchers’? Where is reference to that in the bible?
Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed the movie, but it shouldn’t in any way purport to be a story of the bible. Perhaps just describe it as a film about a man who built a boat, with the help of science fiction characters, to escape waters that sprang up from the earth and rained from the sky, in order to keep his family safe. And call him something other than Noah.

Jerry June 9, 2016 at 12:33 pm

You could not have missed the mark more Mr. Snowden, you might consider spending more time in the Word, a read thru Genesis will show you, your Noah is not the Noah of the Word.

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