Having read the 8-page review of this film in April's 'Empire' I have the following comments:
1. Noah is NOT the original superhero. To really understand the story some essential reading is chapter 7 of the book 'Christ of the Covenants' by O. Palmer Robertson. There, Robertson (a Theologian) notes that "God's grace to Noah did not appear because of this man's righteousness, but because of the particularity of God's program of redemption...As stressed by the apostle Paul, the whole by-gr More
Timon, if God judges sin harshly, I would not keep cussing him! Maybe thats why no other comments, you lowered the tone, we expect more from our (forum) elders!
According to the Bible, there has always been a choice to get 'saved' if men follow God's instructions. But mankind has always had free will to choose God or not in their life upon the Earth, before flood and now after it.
God did pay for our sins and it's our choice to accept this gift (or ark) or not AND Jesus went and prea More
Considering it's going to have 10ft six-armed angels in it, I'm thinking it won't be what you read in Sunday School. Plus isn't Arronofsky an atheist?
Anyway, this is one Bible story where God comes over as a complete bastard. Floods the entire planet? Apart from one family? What a dick!
I mean, he spent six days building the world! And all of Adam and Eve's family had spent years(?! - weren't they all 900 years old+) been 'begating' and begetting' and what not - but because he's not More
Will it be the Biblical account MILLIONS will hope it will be???
If NOAH will be Biblically-based about God's judgement of giant half-angels in a flood, then GREAT, LOADS of people of faith will make it a huge success.
However, if it will be another scripure distortion concerning a 'politically motivated pagan earth-religion' (as reported online at christianpost.com), then BORING (and it will be shunned by MANY!)
I really hope this is the Biblically based account millions of people will hope it is! We will have to suspend judgement before 'floods More