The Noah Deception, The Least Biblical Film Ever Made, And A Warning To Christians

Posted: March 31, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS:  Hollywood has just release another version of The Last Temptation of Christ, but this time they did with the Noah movie. Welcome to a world where scripture base movies will be accepted by the masses as long as action packed scenes are involved. A secular biblical movie has been made for a secular world where God is never mentioned. That is just the way Hollywood wants it as it laughs all the way to the bank. Thank you for  visiting These Christian Times and may God Bless You.  


“I don’t think it’s a very religious story…I think it’s a great fable that’s part of many different religions and spiritual practices.”

                                                                          – Darren  Aronofsky

                                                                            SlashFilm.Com, April  13, 2013


 “Noah” is “the least Biblical  film ever made.”

                                                                                   -Darren Aronofsky

TIME: Leading creationist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye, says that the new blockbuster, starring Russell Crowe, is an insult to Christians: “Ultimately, there is barely a hint of biblical fidelity in this film. It is an unbiblical, pagan film from its start”

As a Creationist and also a believer in the historical account of Noah and the Flood, I agree with atheist Darren Aronofsky’s statement about his just-released film “Noah”: It is the “least biblical” of Bible-themed films READ MORE:

“It’s about environmental apocalypse which is the biggest theme, for me, right now for what’s going on on this planet. So I think it’s got these big, big themes that connect with us. Noah was the first environmentalist.”

                                     – Darren Aronofsky



THE NEW YORKER: Darren Aronofsky Gets Biblical

In “Heavy Weather” (p. 46), Tad Friend follows the director Darren Aronofsky through the process of his forthcoming Biblical epic, “Noah,” due out this month, and—using interviews with him and with studio executives, along with visits to the set, the editing room, and his childhood home—explores what happens when a director known for his difficult films gets hired to make a blockbuster. “Aronofsky has two traits that alarm studios,” Friend writes. “Though he’s organized, conscientious, and fiscally responsible, he is also incorrigibly rampageous,” adding, “it’s impossible to persuade him to adopt the studio mind-set—to persuade him, for instance, that a film should have a happy ending.” The other, related problem, according to Friend, is that Aronofsky insists that the audience come to him. “Studios test films to make sure that people are comfortable with them; Aronofsky, whose great strength is creating a tone that people haven’t felt before, wants his crowds squirming.” The unanticipated success of Aronofsky’s last film, “Black Swan,” has given him “access to new and dangerous toys,” Friend writes. Paramount Pictures produced “Noah,” a retelling of the story of Noah’s Ark, featuring an expanded narrative that includes family strife, an epic battle, sci-fi—including pipe guns, explosions, and six-armed fallen angels—and Darwinian evolution, at a final cost of a hundred and thirty million dollars. The visual-effects budget alone is three times the cost of “Black Swan.” Aronofsky tells Friend that “Noah” is “the least Biblical Biblical film ever made READ MORE:


BEGINNINGANDEND.COM: 2014 will see a large number of Christian-themed movies hit the big screen and one of the most anticipated of them is Noah, directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Oscar-winner Russell Crowe. While there will be much hype and excitement for this movie, the early reports indicate that the Noah film will not be in line with the Biblical account of Noah’s ark and the flood, but instead will push a liberal, political message focused on the environmental agenda. Christians and those interested in a Biblical story thus need to be warned to use discernment and not support Hollywood as it exploits the Bible for gain and promotes a film that casts the God of the Bible in a bad light READ MORE:

  1. BJ says:

    I’ve had multiple nonchristian friends go see the movie and want to talk to me afterwards about Noah the bible and things of God. The opportunities for evangelism alone are worth far more than the price of admission and I pray Hollywood really have many more movies like this in the works.

    • joecruzmn says:

      Bj thank you for replying. I think that this could open the door for evangelism. What people will use for evil can actually lead to good. Thank you for replying

  2. kristiann1 says:

    I called my mother in Northern California to Tell her NOT to see the movie because it is UN-Biblical!! I WILL NOT see this Movie either!!!

  3. Harley says:

    It’s really irritating when the most wonderful stories ever told, stories from the Bible are perverted. Weather it’s just a little or a lot, like this movie about Noah. The truth of these stories are exciting enough when you stick to the truth. Movies like these are the only view some people get and they will remember a perverted story. It’s shameful. I won’t be going to see it either.

  4. youngearth says:

    Ge 6:9 This is the account of Noah.
    Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked with God

    Ge 6:11 Now the earth was corrupt in God’s sight and was full of violence.
    Ge 6:12 God saw how corrupt the earth had become, for all the people on earth had corrupted their ways.
    Ge 6:13 So God said to Noah, “I am going to put an end to all people, for the earth is filled with violence because of them. I am surely going to destroy both them and the earth.

    Lk 17:26 “Just as it was in the days of Noah, so also will it be in the days of the Son of Man.
    Lk 17:27 People were eating, drinking, marrying and being given in marriage up to the day Noah entered the ark. Then the flood came and destroyed them all.

    Heb 11:7 By faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. By his faith he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness that comes by faith.

    1Pe 3:18 For Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive by the Spirit,
    1Pe 3:19 through whom also he went and preached to the spirits in prison
    1Pe 3:20 who disobeyed long ago when God waited patiently in the days of Noah while the ark was being built. In it only a few people, eight in all, were saved through water,
    1Pe 3:21 and this water symbolizes baptism that now saves you also—not the removal of dirt from the body but the pledge of a good conscience toward God. It saves you by the resurrection of Jesus Christ,

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