Let me start off by saying that if you believe the Bible and think movies made about it should be true to the text, don’t bother wasting your money on this piece of non-Biblical garbage. Yes, I saw it today so I could review it. I call it garbage because the film makers ignored 90% of the Bible and made up whatever they wanted.
I truly do not understand why film makers waste their money and time making a “Biblical” film, but completely alienate the faith audience by butchering everything about the story in the Biblical text (not to mention Christian Bale’s comments). I did not have high hopes, and I was not surprised by the failure of this production.
Like the Noah fiasco, the film was beautiful from a cinematography stand point, but that is about the only positive thing I have to say about it.
The problem with these film studios is they really don’t understand that if they actually made a film about the Bible true to the text, they would make huge amounts of money. Instead they make a film that will lose money because of their stiff necked, illiterate, inability to understand the faith community when making a movie position.
The Sony hack truly has revealed the ugly side of Hollywood and the film industry. We shouldn’t give them any of our money.
Happy Reformation Day! 497 years of protest! The Word of God destroys all human tradition. Sola Scriptura!
“You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to human traditions.” – Jesus (Mark 7:8)
For example… why do certain denominations baptize babies?
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The answer is simple. No!
There is a tremendous amount of “scientific” non-testable philosophy and assumptions that are part of the “theory” of Evolution. Sadly, the majority of the scientific world promotes their philosophy and assumptions (not to mention baseless guesses and speculation) as science when it isn’t science at all.
This is a short review of this blog article here with the title above.
“This version is known as a ‘pre-tribulational rapture’ where God removes all Christians from earth, takes them to heaven, all the while a 7-year period of great tribulation takes place on earth. This is, then, followed by a millennial (1000-year) reign of Christ. I don’t believe this version holds much water under the scrutiny of Scripture’s teaching…”
This is a poor article in my opinion. I think the writer confuses human interpretation of possible events that happen (books and movies) and the concept of the Pre-Tribulation Rapture. The Bible does teach a Pre-Tribulation Rapture much to the chagrin of its opponents. See my article here and other related articles here.