Friday, March 28, 2014

How About that Movie, Noah?

Have you heard about the new movie, "Noah?"

Well, we have read several reviews and there's a lot of hype about it.

Ken Ham, from Answers In Genesis posted his review last night

 You can view Ray Comfort's review here.

We won't be watching Hollywood's version of NOAH, however, we did view this movie, "Noah" that Ken Ham and Ray Comfort shared, last night and it's excellent.

It's definitely worth the time it takes to watch it. It's well done, excellent and full of truth.

Be prepared....serious thought processing might be sparked.

Watch Noah Here

We are living in dark times, folks and with each day it seems things are growing darker still. Have you considered your future? I am not talking about a few years down the road. I'm referring to your eternal future. Have you really, truly, considered it?

You never know when your last day on earth will be. It could be tonight.

 

 

6 comments :

  1. Jana,

    I have thought a lot about your post since I saw it yesterday. I read a really interesting perspective about Christian film making (if Noah is that) in general. I sparked several interesting thoughts and also supported a few criticisms I have as well. It would good to know someone else out there thought like I did.

    Anyway, here is the link to the specific post:

    http://wordpress.com/read/post/id/28931854/464/

    I have read several reviews of the "Noah" movie now and I don't want to write if off completely at this point. I have made a decision to not see it in the theater and pay big $$$$ for it. Instead, I'll probably wait for the video to come out. The reason being is that maybe, just maybe, it sparks so new and interesting questions that I need answered. Or better yet, what if someone I know isn't a Christian sees it and has questions about it? If I have no knowledge of what it in it, how can I answer those questions and point out what is wrong or good about the film? Not saying that is an excuse to see an inappropriate film but more of the sense that we don't know the whole story and we can't expect that all Christian films will follow a story without a little artistic license.

    There was also a follow up article to the post that can be found here:

    http://thimblerigsark.wordpress.com/

    Let me know what you think!

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  2. WOW! Just reread my post and my fingers need to be scolded...errors everywhere!

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  3. OK, I retract everything I said earlier! LOL

    Just read this and changed my mind completely.

    http://wordpress.com/read/post/id/42744833/2836/

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  4. It is so true Jana, Eternity is a long, long time...I think if we really thought about it we would maybe witness more as the Spirit prompts, it seems so many are so busy-busy. Sometimes when I go into the smalltown I notice the church district but ya know? No one ever invites me, so I wonder if they are happy in their churches or if they have a Savior they would like to share? Or are they too busy to stop and just smile and converse a little? I guess, Jesus with skin on right? : )

    I really appreciate you putting this link up, that is great, I didn't know about that particular program by Ken Hamm, that sounds really good. I also think it's so great you are using your blog for the Lord too. : ) I like fun posts and all that good stuff like everybody but from time to time it sure is good to share what is on our heart when we feel that urgency right? : )

    Thanking God for you Jana and your so sweet spirit, it really, really is a sweet one Jana.

    xxxooo love, Amelia

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  5. Thanks for your thoughtful comments, Ryan. :) I appreciate them. Yes, I loved what Matt Walsh had to say about the movie. I think he nailed it! :) There are some movies we have viewed simply so we could intelligently discuss them, but we found out it really wasn't necessary....and we regretted contributing financially to them. Did you see the link for the movie made by Ray Comfort? It's only about thirty minutes, but so good. :)

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  6. Amelia, it's so true. Eternity is a long, long time and I feel such an urgency to sound the alarm for every one we know and love, that time is of the essence. We just don't know how much time is left and I so want to see them saved. It's always great to hear from you, my friend. I think we are on the same page a lot! I love and appreciate your posts....always a sign post to the Savior of our souls. Love and ((Hugs)) to you, sweet friend!

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