#RussellCrow is starring in the “epic” film Noah.
This movie is directed by Atheist, Darren Aronofsky, who was recently quoted in an interview by the New Yorker saying, “
“this film is the least biblical biblical film ever made. “
Aronofsky also said this when asked about the test screenings,
“I don’t give a (expletive removed it was the ‘f’ word) about the test scores. My films are outside the scores.”
It appears the Muslim world has more respect for “#Noah” than the Christian Western world.
No, here in the “West,” where all sacrilege is celebrated, Evangelical “Christians” are flocking to the movie and encouraging others to go see it. Take for example former heathen, Stephen Baldwin, who took his two young beautiful “model” daughters to the New York premiere of the movie and encouraged Christians to go see the movie.
“Some guests at the “Noah” premiere besides the cast included Stephen Baldwin, who brought his two beautiful model daughters with him. He told me that he liked “Noah” and that it wasn’t blasphemous or controversial. He said, “Some of the right wing Christians may think there’s a problem, but there isn’t. They should see it.” (Source Here *not an endorsement)
Granted Stephen Baldwin is not the pinnacle of Christianity, but aside from him, his daughters, and “50 cent” rapper, there weren’t many stars at the premiere it seems, at least none discernible aside from the stars of the film.
Pictured is Emma Watson. Emma gained fame from her montage of Harry Potter films. A young starlet in movies about occult making an occult hand sign in an Athiest’s movie about Noah. Nothing to see here right?
“‘I don’t believe there’s a crusty old bloke with a long white beard floating on a cloud,’ he says.
‘I divide spirituality from religion. And I think organised religion has got a lot to answer for. How many wars have there been that haven’t been based around an essential religious difference?
‘But I do believe in spirituality. I believe that God lives inside all of us. Life is about kindness and giving – that’s the core things.
‘Gratitude is the most powerful thing you can have in your life. If you are grateful for small things, bigger things come.
‘If you are cynical, the stuff you want to do never works out and your cynicism gets deepened and you get more embittered.’” Source: DailyMail.co.uk
“God lives inside all of us,” is not a Christian statement. God does not dwell in the unbeliever. God does not dwell in Darren Aronofsky the self proclaimed Atheist. Crowe’s “core things” are a mixed bag of pantheism and Scientology, not Christianity.
Stating the Obvious (N4TM Commentary)
I have not seen #Noah. (the hash tag here is to denote the blaring difference from the true Noah account in the Bible to whatever this film is attempting to be) nor do I intend to. I recall towards the end of last year someone sent me the #Noah trailer asking me for my thoughts. I watched the trailer and discerned that it was a Hollywood (per)version of the Noah account and that it would rip to shreds God’s word. From the trailer I knew that it would venture to join religions by destroying the Biblical account. The film would attempt to whitewash that the flood was brought on by a sinful world full of homosexuality, murder, injustice, etc.. The flood was brought forth as a means of correction and regeneration by a RIGHTEOUS and HOLY God. God sought to initially wipe out all of humanity because of the great sins of the people. The LORD
regretted repented having created man; however, when he looked upon Noah He saw promise. He foreknew the Messiah’s entrance and saved Noah from certain death, thus providing the means for the ‘way, truth, and the life,’ the present form of redemption our Lord Jesus Christ. (Genesis 6:5-7, 11)
5 And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.
6 And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart.
7 And the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them.
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.
This presentation of God’s true WORD falls on deaf ears, no one in today’s hedonistic culture wants to admit that there is such a thing as sin more or less a JUST God who has the power to destroy and to rebuild like God the FATHER in the Bible. Do heathens read the bible? Darren Aronofsky has read all the bible translations he could find, he’s still an atheist, and he’s still not qualified to tell the historical account of Noah. Christians will go in droves to see this film. I recalled another blasphemous movie that was released when I was a kid called, “The Last Temptation of Christ.” The truth of the matter is that it’s publicly acceptable to mock and ridicule the God of the Bible and His son Jesus Christ. How many “Christian” religions claim the name of Christ as their “savior” then deny it by injecting a works based religion, and/or later denying the Deity of the very Christ they claim to have saved them? We’ve seen the western culture make a dive bomb towards all things ecumenical, so I don’t hesitate to believe that this movie will gross significant numbers of million$ in the United States. Darren Aronofsky has the liberty and freedom to believe how he chooses. Aronofsky has the liberty to deny the God who made him and mock His word. And one day Aronofsky will give an account. We are Christian because of who Christ is: God incarnate, the only begotten of the Father, not just a prophet, not just a nice guy, not someone who mastered his inner turmoil and elevated himself to godhood, Jesus Christ was and is the only perfect sinless person who was and is able to redeem our souls; by belief in Him and He who sent him. And that my friends will never be culturally fashionable or trendsetting.
“In the beginning there was…nothing,” the first on-screen words says before showing everything: spectacular cosmos, Adam and Eve, a fall of angels, swarming industrial towns spreading so much of sin and darkness in the world that the creator is forced to ponder deeply and communicate the need for change to Noah in a nightmare.
Noah wakes up seeing a planet submerged, and inspired by the divine vision tells his wife and three sons that they have work to do. But alas! Things couldn’t be so simple.
Faith-Based, Christian Consumers
The Paramount and New Regency movie is doing pleasant business among mainstream audiences. But what is surprising is that Christian consumers are turning out in force. After raking in a $15.5 million on Friday’s opening, “Noah” should gross north of $41 million in its domestic launch, if not $45 million or more, Hollywood Reporter notes.” SOURCE: IBT