To the editor:
My wife and I were fortunate enough to be able to attend a movie last week at the local cinema.
We chose “Noah” because it was something of interest that we thought would be a source of visual information fortifying our Christian faith.
We entered the theater with expectations of receiving a blessing from the portrayal of an earth shattering historic event with great spiritual meaning. Less than 5 minutes into the film I became embarrassed to be there.
The historical facts of the time it took to build the arc were falsified, the supernatural characters who aided in the building of the arc were pure fiction, and the plot was twisted and perverted.
What was being spewed upon the big screen was something manmade and directed false teaching that we are warned in the Bible to avert.
The very idea that this film had anything to do with the Sacred Word record event in history that started the world over again, as man is concerned, is pure nonsense.
The plot was concocted by someone with the intent of extracting money from the evangelicals who normally do not spent their God given resources feeding their minds on dreamed up garbage.
The use of the name Noah in this film was a ploy to do just that.
I do not recommend the movie “Noah” to anyone. Our time can be used in much more meaningful ways doing other things that can enrich our lives and the lives of others.
If one wants to attend a movie to be encouraged, I recommend “God’s Not Dead.”
Now that film is a life changer.