Box Office: ‘Noah’ Poised to Ride Tide to $40 Million Stateside Bow

Noah Movie Darren Aronofsky

Controversy, solid int’l bows could strengthen domestic prospects


The day of reckoning is nigh for Paramount’s Biblical tentpole “Noah,” which looks to ride a wave of recent controversy and solid overseas grosses into Stateside plexes, projected to open at around $40 million in three days.

Internationally, though, Disney will steal headlines, kick-starting it’s roll out for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” in 32 territories, including Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Mexico, South Korea and the U.K. The Mouse opens the pic in China and Russia next weekend day-and-date with the U.S.

The Darren Aronofsky-directed “Noah,” which has drawn heat from religious groups over some of the liberties taken with the source material, already has seen sizable debuts in certain international territories, including Mexico and South Korea. In Australia, “Noah” commanded more than half of the local marketshare on opening day, with results 20% greater than “Gravity” locally.

So far, “Noah,” starring Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly, has grossed $18.5 million from those three countries. Pic expands to 19 additional territories this weekend.

The film, which cost around $125 million to produce, certainly is positioned like a first-quarter tentpole, with hopes of appealing to audiences beyond faith-based markets. But its playability also depends greatly on how religious auds respond to the film.

Early reviews have been mostly positive, with a 76% positive rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.

Also bowing domestically, Open Road’s Arnold Schwarzenegger action-thriller “Sabotage” is expected to land in the high-single digits. The film was financed and produced by QED Intl.

Lionsgate-Pantelion’s “Cesar Chavez,” from Participant Media, launches Friday at 664 Stateside locations, with Spanish-dubbed or subtitled versions available at all engagements. Pantelion, Lionsgate’s Hispanic-targeted label, is hitting its stride lately, and has targeted a grassroots marketing campaign for “Cesar Chavez” at Latino political other groups.

The overall domestic box office should see a boost from holdovers, led by Lionsgate-Summit’s YA adaptation “Divergent” entering its second frame with expectations ranging in the mid-$20 millions.

Appealing to the family market are Disney’s “Muppets Most Wanted” and Fox-DreamWorks Animation’s “Mr. Peabody & Sherman.” The former film fell flat last weekend, grossing just $19.6 million through Wednesday, while “Peabody” has hit its groove in the spring break corridor, surpassing $83 million domestically.

And continuing to break out in theaters, Fox Searchlight’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” expands again in its fourth frame. In a remarkable platform rollout, the film has grossed nearly $15 million Stateside.

127 Comments

  1. Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8)

    Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  2. Paul Letteri

    Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  3. Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  4. Brett Delong

    Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  5. Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  6. Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  7. iambicpentamaster

    Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  8. Jacob Greenwood (@JacobGreenwood8) says:

    March 29, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Darren, why is Noah a vegetarian? Seems kind of silly to me. God gave man dominion over nature. Humans are omnivores.
    Noah (a recorded toolmaker.) and family were farmers and built the ark to preserve and continue life. If anything, Noah should have killed Ham, after the flood, not his unborn grandchild on an ark where nobody was pregnant.
    The point was “civilization would move forward” and the sanctity of life be preserved, because we all all part of the creator. Elohim likes when his creation celebrates him, because we are free, autonomous and separated, yet part of something that is us and stands apart from us and we are appreciative and inquisitive and grateful. That was lacking before the flood. I have little hope today for the people Hemingway said had “Broad lawns and narrow minds”
    Enoch says that Noah’s father Lamech was so freaked out by baby Noah, who had white pale skin that shone like Moses, red hair and powder blue eyes that he took Noah to Methuselah (his father) who told him Noah was to bring comfort and what would happen. The Watchers visited Noah, and Methuselah who lived in the mountains. He would travel with them and return. After the flood, Methuselah never returned to earth.
    For the bad guys, the family’s elephants protected Noah when they showed up at his farm. They were quite protective
    I’m glad people are thinking about Noah.
    Aronofsky should be reassured Noah existed and his sons and their descendants be traced through Chronicles in the Bible and archaeology to people and places today. In 2002, Holocaust survivors asked an artist to “Find Noah”, and in three internet days, he found all the grandchildren and where they lived. Why are the 7 Noahide laws, for Jews and Gentiles alike, still the basis for law on earth? I don’t think Darren knows, but he WANTS to know.
    Please experience…. http://www.NoahIsReal.com , a four part interactive essay where Noah’s descendants are traced through architecture, art history and the 3 style of hats, each son of Noah’s families wore (each had their own head covering style), the meteor that struck earth in 3123 bce and “messed things up” until this day…and more.

    Reply

  9. Paul Letteri says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:54 pm

    This movie us Crap , for starters Jerry Orlofsky or whatever the producers name is a certified Atheist,so he decided God is not to be included in the movie ,God in the a Bible is mention at least 20 times in the bible.
    Another thing ,a God destroyed the Earth because of violence ,immorality,and Idolatry.in the Movie no mention
    It was the ecology. He made this a pages based movie totally anti God. I recommend you
    See this Only if you are a Atheist,if you have faith in a God you will gate this trash.

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  10. Andy says:

    March 28, 2014 at 9:50 pm

    And I recommend that you go back to elementary school and learn grammar and spelling.

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  11. Brett Delong says:

    March 28, 2014 at 5:11 pm

    A movie based on the first book of the bible that not once mentions God and has been co-opted by the church of environmentalism has ‘it sucks’ written all over it.

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  12. t3hm00seITself

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 6:41 pm

    No, insulted is the word. Christians are offended and insulted when non Christians insult the Christians and then take what they revere the most and tell lies about it to substitute their own plans.

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  13. John Means says:

    March 28, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    I have decided to watch it for the cinematic aspect, regardless of the supposed controversy.

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  14. t3hm00seITself

    iambicpentamaster says:

    March 28, 2014 at 4:14 pm

    The movie leaves one big question unanswered: Who’s Darren Aronofsky?

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  15. RM says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    I predict massive failure of this movie. All the non religious people I know are not going because they think the Noah story is absurd. I especially saw an uptick in hatred of this movie around the bill Nye Evolution debate. And the religious folks I know won’t be going to see the movie because they despise that it’s not a story that follows the bible. In an attempt to be everything to everyone and take a big creative license with the story, the studio has failed and will be soundly defeated at the box office.

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  16. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  17. Keith Parsels (@kparsels)

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  18. t3hm00seITself

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  19. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  20. t3hm00seITself

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  21. Berferd Fudpucker

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    Comments here are clear there are the god haters, religion haters and the God respecters and Bible readers.
    The God respecters and Bible readers are apparently not going to pay to see this movie.
    They listen to a preacher in a pulpit and put money in the offering plate or not and eat the coffee and cookies in the lobby.
    They’ve been doing this for 2,000 years.
    The god haters and Disbelievers in god, those who are not religious and the atheists or those who have permanently closed the cover on one, will not be allowed in to hear Aronofsky preach unless they pay their offering at the door.
    But leave an offering they will and must. Mr. Aronofsky appears to have gone in debt to brainwash this group just as this group believes the God Respecters are brainwashed by their preachers.
    They will mandatorily drop $10 in the offering plate as this Director passes it at the door to the theatre temples which deliver their messages down front as well complete with microphones, speakers and music. Typical of Hollywood, they copied the ideas well and with more fanfare, higher prices, orchestras instead of bands, colored lights on walls instead of colored windows on walls and food in the lobby.
    Just like a church.

    Reply

  22. Dynnik says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    I’m so shocked by all this bigotry and ignorance. —No, the Bible wasn’t written in English 2000 years ago by Jesus. If you accuse them of not saying the word “God” in the film, at least make sure you’ve seen it and that it is a fact. In any case, if for being literal and historically accurate, they should’ve said “Yahweh” or “Elohim”. And you, dogmatic Christian fanatic, should know that for the Israelites the actual name of God was NEVER pronounced as it was deemed too sacred. He was alluded as the Lord; or “Creator” here?
    Anyway, it’s only an artistic depiction, a movie; if at all, it’ll cause curiosity in the non-believers or the non-practising Jews, Christians or Muslims and perhaps they will go and read the Bible, or even to church. Get a grip, you fanatics! You certainly bring shame to a tolerant liberal Christian. I’ll be indeed going to see it, and I’ll value it for what it is: a film!

    Reply

  23. Dynnik says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    I’m so shocked by all this bigotry and ignorance. —No, the Bible wasn’t written in English 2000 years ago by Jesus. If you accuse them of not saying the word “God” in the film, at least make sure you’ve seen it and that it is a fact. In any case, if for being literal and historically accurate, they should’ve said “Yahweh” or “Elohim”. And you, dogmatic Christian fanatic, should know that for the Israelites the actual name of God was NEVER pronounced as it was deemed too sacred. He was alluded as the Lord; or “Creator” here?
    Anyway, it’s only an artistic depiction, a movie; if at all, it’ll cause curiosity in the non-believers or the non-practising Jews, Christians or Muslims and perhaps they will go and read the Bible, or even to church. Get a grip, you fanatics! You certainly bring shame to a tolerant liberal Christian. I’ll be indeed going to see it, and I’ll value it for what it is: a film!

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  24. Norma Jennings Williams

    Arminius says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    “Noah riding controversy. ”
    That’s great… but it won’t get any “gas money” outta my pockets. I don’t need anybody from HollyWeird telling me a “story based on the book of Genesis.” When I can read the “real story” straight out of my old KJB.
    Enjoy your movie night.

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  25. Arminius says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    “Noah riding controversy. ”
    That’s great… but it won’t get any “gas money” outta my pockets. I don’t need anybody from HollyWeird telling me a “story based on the book of Genesis.” When I can read the “real story” straight out of my old KJB.
    Enjoy your movie night.

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  26. Arminius says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    “Noah riding controversy. ”
    That’s great… but it won’t get any “gas money” outta my pockets. I don’t need anybody from HollyWeird telling me a “story based on the book of Genesis.” When I can read the “real story” straight out of my old KJB.
    Enjoy your movie night.

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  27. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:15 pm

    my favorite part was when you put real story in quotes, like you’re saying it ironically, even though i know you’re not. lul no worries i woulda phrased it that way 2.

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  28. GC says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Sorry Darren (Atheist) and Russell (Godless) I cannot in good faith (no pun intended) watch your less than accurate movie of Noah. If I do see it it might be because someone gave me an illegal copy (which I’m against btw -pirating is bad kids) taking over ships and all that violent crap is not good. Anyway, your movie might make some coin but my credibility with you will be diminished….greatly! Take that.

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  29. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    and no fucks were givin that day

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  30. rick23 says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:07 pm

    Found the movie disappointing, but not surprised Hollywood taking a story, twisting and changing it for their benefit.
    Hollywood is running out of compelling stories and has no problem putting in their weird ideas. This is a weak effort, but the Hollywood elite critics will give it high marks, go figure.

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  31. bluesky2heaven

    Jenkum says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    So you think the Noah’s Ark story literally happened? Seriously? Two of every animal in existence on an ark? Unbelievable ignorance and stupidity.

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  32. bluesky2heaven

    Keith Parsels (@kparsels) says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    Skipping Noah! not accurate enough.

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  33. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:03 pm

    Skipping the Bible! not accurate enough.

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  34. 70SKIDS says:

    March 28, 2014 at 4:13 pm

    Atheist have killed million upon millions of people.
    Christianity is the greatest good the world has ever seen times ten of any other belief, organization or entity.
    Every famous atheist has played pascals wager Stephen Hawking and these people on their death beds to include Carl Sagan and Friedrich Nietzsche.
    Christ’s kingdom is not of this world nor is it political.
    Satan’s Kingdom is of this World and is political.
    If your a progressive Democrat today you are in Satan’s Kingdom doing Satan’s work.
    King James Version (KJV)
    3 This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.
    2 For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy,
    3 Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good,
    4 Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God;
    5 Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.
    6 For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts,
    7 Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.
    so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith.
    9 But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as their’s also was.
    10 But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience,
    11 Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto me at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra; what persecutions I endured: but out of them all the Lord delivered me.
    12 Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.
    13 But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.
    Jesus is the Truth and very Word of God.
    John 1
    1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
    2 The same was in the beginning with God.
    3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
    4 In him was life; and the life was the light of men.
    5 And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.

  35. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:05 pm

    hahah this guy below me just said eternity isnt smart enough, whata nub

  36. Berferd Fudpucker says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    Your skipping eternity, not smart enough.

  37. bluesky2heaven

    Weasley says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    How typical. Media spinning controversy to help favor itself.

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  38. LOL says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:06 pm

    America loves religion (and money).

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  39. Norma Jennings Williams says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:39 pm

    You must have neither.

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  40. t3hm00seITself

    rdt410 says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    Typical distorted Hollywood version, not once does it mention God. It’s a environmental movie about climate change…go figure.

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  41. Philip says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    So this movie is the prequel to Waterworld, right? LOL!
    As a christian I might spend $1 at the local Red Box just to see for myself what this movie is all about. I do not want to financially support a warped version of anything from the Bible. But on the positive side, I know that God can use anything for good. Even if a small amount of the non-believers that see this film become curious and open a Bible, then some good has been done.

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  42. Ngallendou Dièye

    freeway says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Are we Christian relying on Hollywood to preach the gospel to the lost…. don’t think so… it’s a movie by Hollywood from Hollywood point of view…guess we should be lucky they didn’t have Noah wife or daughter in law, pole dancing… come on.. at lease this make people think about such matters as God, Jesus and where are we as a human race heading… Christian’s need to spread the gospel, with finger pointing at me… and not hollyweed…

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  43. Jenkum says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    You think the bible is literally true? Do you stone unruly children to death, as the bible commands?

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  44. RosaVera says:

    April 5, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    duuhhhh… please don’t try to speak what is in the Bible if you have no idea about the Bible… read the whole book and try to understand… feel sorry for the likes of you.

  45. Jim says:

    March 28, 2014 at 4:03 pm

    There were a lot of customs in the times of the Old Testament that were extremely cruel. I do believe they were true. You can choose to believe or to not believe. That’s why they call it faith. You have a choice.

  46. t3hm00seITself

    bluesky2heaven says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:06 pm

    If you want to know what really happened. http://www.theseason.org/genesis/genesis6.htm

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  47. Norma Jennings Williams

    bluesky2heaven says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    Rock people, and meat eaters, I don’t think so. I never read that in my Bible. God caused the flood to kill off the Nephilim.

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  48. potvin99 says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    Pass.

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  49. t3hm00seITself

    GeoM says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:55 am

    My family is boycotting the film based on principal. We’re not very religious, but removing any word of God from the story seems crude. Hey Hollywood; try this with a Muslim story and see what you get. Oh but wait, Christians are such good fun to demean because they lay down like sheep to a slaughter.

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  50. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    I’m not very religious, now listen to my religiously fueled rant and my religiously fueled boycott……..

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  51. Arminius says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:20 pm

    Says the ranting atheist zealot…

  52. Norma Jennings Williams

    bluesky2heaven says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    What do you think caused Benghazi?

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  53. Keith Diggs says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    Obama being a BYTCH.

  54. mickrussom says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:40 am

    If you have a real relationship with God, you would know this movie is an exploitation of his holy name.

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  55. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    if you have a real relationship with god than you should probably get back on your medication, i ditched my imaginary friend when i was 9

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  56. rick23 says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:08 pm

    And look at you now !

  57. Ngallendou Dièye says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:21 am

    Were I a bible believer, I would be delighted with any adaptation of biblical accounts, regardless of motive, for 1000s will feel moved to read the scriptural version for themselves. In case you do not know where to find it, get any version of the “Holy Bible” that has the “Old Testament” in it. Look in the very first pages, called the “Book of Genesis,” chapters 6 through 9, consisting of about 100 sentences.

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  58. t3hm00seITself

    Dynnik says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:33 pm

    You’re so right, Ngallendou Dièye! —People are so blind by ignorant fanaticism in these forums that it’s sickening. Most of them I guess are evangelic protestants from the USA. Christians from other parts of the world might have more sense to them and see that any depiction of the Bible, when done with respectful intentions, is actually positive for spreading their faith. I don’t see any sign of dogmatic Jews banging their heads and threatening with boycott (!!).

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  59. bluesky2heaven

    Keith Diggs says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    That’s because as a “non-bible believer” you’re an IDIOT who doesn’t have any sense of the FAITH that the bible contains nor any sense of loyalty to the God who caused it to be written. Therefore it’s not “YOUR FAITH”, so if some LIBERAL, BABY MURDERING, HOMOSEXUAL ATHEIST, WIPES HIS AZZ ON IT, it doesn’t bother you because you have no skin in the game. You aren’t desperately trying to counter the demonic filth that is being taught in your children’s school, for instance, with the very book which contains these words. You’re like a bystander at an accident on the freeway. So you should probably STFU and NOT tell OTHER PEOPLE WHO DO CARE, how THEY should feel. You stupid fokkiing IDIOT.

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  60. Dynnik says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    @Keith Diggs: You are truly the embodiment of all that I hate and will forever avoid. Being a cynical conservative bigot doesn’t make you a better Christian. I do hope that in your children’s school they teach them how to be tolerant and open-minded. When Jesus dined with prostitutes and gentiles, he met the likes of people like you, hypocrite Pharisee.

  61. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    jesus i cant wait for religion to die

  62. t3hm00seITself

    Norma Jennings Williams says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:05 am

    Noah was six hundred years old when the flood began.. Russell Crowe?

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  63. Carl says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:02 am

    Let’s see. Take a biblical text out of context, embellish the story known by millions with Hollywood special effects? And then tell everyone you tried to remain true to the original content. That won’t sell.

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  64. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:13 pm

    early in production he clearly stated that he was focusing on getting non believers to see it, claiming to remain true to the story never happened

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  65. James says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:55 am

    That’s was the whole idea behind stirring up some artificial controversy. No one cared much about the lame movie originally, but now with the controversy many more people will be interested.

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  66. Blue says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:51 am

    there isn’t enough water on Earth to put the Himalayas underwater, the story is a fable, along with many other stories in the Bible.

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  67. t3hm00seITself

    Norma Jennings Williams says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Do not under estimate God ..

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  68. blue says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:06 pm

    There’s a God? Where?

  69. t3hm00seITself

    Keith Diggs says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    ANOTHER IDIOT WHO THINKS HE’S A GENIUS. The EARTH IS THREE QUARTERS UNDER WATER RIGHT NOW YOU FOKKING MORON!!!!!

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  70. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:02 pm

    “There are trees older than you think the earth is” – Bill Nye

  71. blue says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    You would need an additional 29,029 feet of water, plus 22 feet more around the whole earth. Where is it going to come from?

  72. freeway says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    just shows how much you know about the bible and history of your little green planet. The mountains rose up after the flood.. that is why they can still find sea shells on top of the tallest mountains. Mountains all over the world can up ‘Plate tectonics” after the flood. the fountains of the deep broke opened and the heaven fell “rain”..

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  73. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    there are seashells on top of mountains because our planet is tectonically active, and those mountains are several thousand year old ocean floors. oh yeah thats right the earth is only 6000 years old so that can’t be right/sarc

  74. bluesky2heaven says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    what do think is in the ocean?

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  75. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

    That’s the misconception…the flood didn’t have to put the Himalayas under water…
    Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
    And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
    Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: II Peter 3:6

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  76. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

    That’s the misconception…the flood didn’t have to put the Himalayas under water…
    Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
    And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
    Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: II Peter 3:6

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  77. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

    That’s the misconception…the flood didn’t have to put the Himalayas under water…
    Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
    And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
    Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: II Peter 3:6

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  78. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

    That’s the misconception…the flood didn’t have to put the Himalayas under water…
    Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
    And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
    Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: II Peter 3:6

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  79. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:48 am

    That’s the misconception…the flood didn’t have to put the Himalayas under water…
    Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
    And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
    For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
    Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: II Peter 3:6

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  80. mickrussom says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:42 am

    Evil is real. You can attack people in a book written thousands of years ago, or attack Christ who died and rose 2000 years ago, but its amusing to see how much you atheists talk about him. Even now. Also, I dont want to live in a world where people like Stalin, Mao, Hitler, Obama, etc are “gods” and the buck stops with them. There is a higher power.

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  81. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    lul wut, did this bible thumper just say that atheist talk about jesus to much, and that by being atheist we are making stalin, mao, hitler and obama gods…… you sir are quite confused

  82. SinStar (@THX_ll38)

    Clee White says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:13 am

    Read Ecclesiastes Chapter 1 (it explains how everything under the sun has happened before and will happen again). Having a deep understanding of this clears much of the confusion one faces when trying to understand history. Also, it helps the reader discern how the scriptures apply today.
    God is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. All things are possible with God. I take God at His word and know that it happened. Once you have met God and have a personal relationship with Him, things are seen much more clearly. It is not about religion and what man says God is, it is about the personal relationship one has with Him. I have seen His miracles first hand. I have read His words. Men and women are fallible, God is not.

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  83. Kenneth Redmon

    Clee White says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:13 am

    Read Ecclesiastes Chapter 1 (it explains how everything under the sun has happened before and will happen again). Having a deep understanding of this clears much of the confusion one faces when trying to understand history. Also, it helps the reader discern how the scriptures apply today.
    God is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient. All things are possible with God. I take God at His word and know that it happened. Once you have met God and have a personal relationship with Him, things are seen much more clearly. It is not about religion and what man says God is, it is about the personal relationship one has with Him. I have seen His miracles first hand. I have read His words. Men and women are fallible, God is not.

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  84. t3hm00seITself

    t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:15 pm

    Things are always easier when you don’t have to think. GL with those first hand miracles, “gawd saveded meh boy” religious mom, “Well i wouldnt say i was god” – Doctor

  85. Col. Angus says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:43 am

    Wow. I just heard a radio commercial for this travesty. At the end it was full of disclaimers and “explanations” about its fidelity to the story in the Bible. Obviously the studio and distributor are a little nervous….as they damn well should be. Crowe has soiled himself on this one…..

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  86. SinStar (@THX_ll38)

    Hal Slusher says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:27 am

    It is a movie it is garbage and Bible rewritten by clowns

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  87. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:17 pm

    > implying that the Bible wasn’t already written by clowns

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  88. Steve says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:23 am

    Without the movie’s title, Noah, I would have never guessed that this was a biblical movie. What made them pick Noah? They could have chosen any one of a number of more suitable and relative alternatives.

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  89. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    took me a sec to really appreciate what you said, so without it being called noah you wouldnt have know it was about noah, the giant flood, the boat, all the animals and the prophecy weren’t a hint, even a little

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  90. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    Climate change

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  91. Julienne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:17 am

    Going today!

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  92. t3hm00seITself

    Poppy White says:

    March 28, 2014 at 9:53 am

    As a Christian, I have heard that this picture is not faithful to the story of Noah in the Bible. There is a solemn warning in the Bible to people who either add or take away from what the Bible actually says. If the producers of this story have mishandled and skewed this teaching about Noah in the Bible, they will come under the judgment of God. God does work in the affairs of mankind. You are extremely foolish, if, you think you can thumb your nose at God. America has strayed far from what our Founding Fathers envisioned as a people respectful of God. They took great pain and wrote in our founding documents how God is the foundation of our rights and, therefore, should be respected. God did bless this nation and made us the most powerful and wealthy nation. Starting about 50 years ago, America kicked God out of our public schools and a short time later instituted the murder of unborn babies. I look at America, today, and I am 80 years old, to me its very plain when I look at present day society, how bankrupt we are spiritually and financially. The awesome respect our Founders had for God has changed 180 degrees. Our society, now, is as it was in the days of Noah. Better read the story from the source and then start praying.

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  93. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:29 pm

    WOAHWOAHWOAH, you do realize that the bible was written in retrospect of the events portrayed AND a council of politicians decided what would be and not be in it, and have edited the bible repeatedly ever since lul, you know what dont worry about it, you go ahead and leave those religious blinders on, its much safer that way

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  94. reality says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:25 am

    If you really want to take the bible literally you must be willing to kill homosexuals, kill those working on the Sabbath, be okay with god sending people to hell to suffering in a lake of fire for all eternity for mixing the wrong fabric in their clothes.
    These people made a movie to entertain. That’s all it is. I am sure its not biblically accurate because that would be too unbelievable. How are you going to get two of every kind on a boat? How did he get the penguins from the south pole (how did he get them back there), how did he get kangaroos from Australia? The movie would be too unrealistic for Hollywood.

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  95. J Rogowski says:

    March 28, 2014 at 1:56 pm

    How much of this movie should be tagged by the IRS as political rhetoric and free political publicity?

  96. freeway says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    The “ONLY” way you will end up in hell, is by what “YOU” do or not do with “JESUS”.. He will forgive and save you from hell. Or you can ignore Jesus and what He says.. well you already know where that will land you….

  97. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  98. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  99. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  100. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  101. t3hm00seITself

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  102. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  103. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  104. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  105. White Knuckles

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  106. AgntOrngVctm

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  107. AgntOrngVctm

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  108. White Knuckles

    Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  109. Anne says:

    March 28, 2014 at 12:16 pm

    No where in the Bible or Torah is a mention that anyone is to kill homosexuals. Other religions live by different laws, be specific when saying ” willing to kill homosexuals” Some religions do today but they are not people of the Book, they have a different God and laws then the Judeo and Christian Torah and Bible which say God Himself killed those who participated and those who condoned homosexuality.
    You’re mistaken that anyone is placed in the Lake of Fire, which it is not yet time for, because of covering themselves with cloth of a mixture of wool and other yarns. As God is the covering over His people and He is Holy and without mixture, this statute was to be a reminder of Himself as our covering and of His promise of the Christ to come Who was the Lamb of God, the sacrificial lamb, sacrificed by God, for all mankind.
    It does not apply to anyone who disbelieves in God nor is it a law punishable by death or imprisonment or to be put out of the camp. A priest however could no longer serve until he changed his garments.
    Nor does God kill anyone for not keeping the Sabbath. He said He did not make you for the Sabbath but He made the Sabbath for you. To not keep it is not punishable but foolishness. If God can make earth in 6 days and rested the seventh, He says you can earn your provision in 6 days as well and to work 7 is to say He cannot or will not provide for you in 6 days just as He provided manna in the wilderness for 6 days with a double portion on the 6th day to eat on the 7th so everyone could rest.
    He commands us to rest, the chemistry, bones and muscles require rest each day and for an entire day every 7 days.
    It is a natural law like gravity; look around you at His creation, everything rests, All animals and insects, birds and fish rest. Trees and grass rest. He made man to need rest. Save yourself the heart attack, the anxiety.
    He won’t kill you if you work on the Sabbath which means ‘rest’. Your body will kill you. The first thing all sick people do is rest and many regret they have to. It’s funny; if it weren’t so foolishly deadly.
    How would every creature board a boat 2 by 2? If they evolved then they answer to no one, they have no living Creator to answer to.
    But the God Who created them knows them by name and speaks to them. directs them, provides for them. That they have a limited life span correlates with any manner of death except the cruelties of men.
    A righteous man regards the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel. Proverbs 12:10 (KJV)
    Just don’t blame God for wicked and perverse men who brutalize His creations.
    Like gravity and the ‘ laws of physics’; there are laws in place which you cannot see until the consequences of sin erupt in a mind, on or in a body, visible in despair, fear, poverty, drought, disease, insanity, corruption of the physical self, rottenness in bones, cruelty. Other breaking of God’s laws are not evident for decades or until deathbeds or after death at a final judgment.
    If you disbelieve these things you of course may.
    But it is unwise to misconstrue, twist, imply or declare what is untrue about God. He has written down His statutes, commandments (laws) and ways for everyone.
    No one has to do them or keep them.
    But no one should change what He says.
    You would not like it if others misquoted you to convey you as incompetent to care for others, ignorant of invisible laws who routinely steps off cliffs to see if you can fly, or punishes your family by death when they don’t do what you say.
    This is why those who believe the Torah and the Bible object to the wild distortions of vain artists, in the name of art, who boldly defend the imaginings of their minds while presenting a story about God which the artists do not understand or have a deep respect of, to use this sacred story as bait.
    Noah is about God and not the environment.
    There is grace and mercy; God’s desire is we keep His statutes, His commandments and His ways because we, not He, benefit.
    There is not a death penalty on the ways you’ve mentioned.
    You may dishonor God or treat Him like a common human, or do your own thing and He may be displeased but what you’ve pointed to do not carry death penalties.

  110. bob says:

    March 28, 2014 at 11:08 am

    Reality…
    Being biblically accurate would have made it more believable. At least the bible doesn’t add rock people (guess Frodo wouldn’t give the rights over for Ents). For answers to the questions you posed, go check out Answers in Genesis by Ken Ham.

  111. Keith says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:10 am

    Very well stated, we are in a moral, financial and spirtual waste land. Reality will soon have its way.

    Reply

  112. gabby says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:09 am

    I was going to comment,but you said it all so very well.

    Reply

  113. Meaunkey Snaut

    TonyG says:

    March 28, 2014 at 9:10 am

    More propaganda from the leftist in Hollywood . . . .

    Reply

  114. SinStar (@THX_ll38) says:

    March 28, 2014 at 8:41 am

    The Bible is fiction, the movie is fiction. So they took one fiction story and made changes to it and it upsets social cons. Oh well, there are many disappointments in life. Maybe all you religious people should have prayed to God to help Hollywood make a more accurate account of what “really” happened. I for one know why Unicorns are extinct and it is Noah’s fault. The freaking guy brought Two of Unicorns aboard and they were the same sex!

    Reply

  115. t3hm00seITself

    Kenneth Redmon says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:32 am

    You must be living in a Fantasy land of Unicorns. My Bible says Ox, not Unicorn. Of course you would have to Know a little History to realize that. Trinity, Hell, Immortal Soul, Rapture before Tribulation, Christmas and Easter are All Lies, brought to you by the Ruler of this World Satan. Most all of Christianity, like the Whole World has been deceived by Satan. There is but One truth in this World and that is THE WORD OF GOD, with the Understanding of the Spirit of Truth ( Which is Christ in You the Hope of Glory) Wake-Up people search and you we find, Knock and the Door will be opened to All that search for the Truth and the Son of God. God Bless All

    Reply

  116. t3hm00seITself says:

    March 28, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    ” Most all of Christianity, like the Whole World has been deceived by Satan.” “My Bible says” no one sees the circular logic here, anyone, no…… alright

  117. t3hm00seITself

    Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 8:50 am

    Well at least you’re admitting that homosexuality is a dead end for any species and in so doing admitting the unnatural state of homosexuality. Oh I know you didn’t mean to..you actually meant to just take a shot at “social cons” .but you did it just the same. You progs do that a lot..let your masks drop unintentionally.

    Reply

  118. SinStar (@THX_ll38) says:

    March 28, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    Well of course homos are the end — they cannot reproduce. That said, compared to straight people, homos are far and few between.

  119. Poppy White says:

    March 28, 2014 at 10:06 am

    So, SinStar, with your free will, this is what you espouse? Pitiful, just pitiful.

  120. Brad Panassow

    fred says:

    March 28, 2014 at 8:08 am

    2 Christian Movies both Fictionalized one written by an atheist the other by a Christian. Which would you think is reflective of Christianity and which one is a deception? Suggest you watch “God is not dead” you’ll get more out of it .

    Reply

  121. Detex says:

    March 28, 2014 at 9:09 am

    monkey?

    Reply

  122. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

    Reply

  123. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

    Reply

  124. David Hedricks

    Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

    Reply

  125. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

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  126. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

    Reply

  127. Tel… says:

    March 28, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Interesting….an avowed atheist director and writer commissioned by the sputtering hollywood machine to cash in on the success of “The Bible” mini-series and exploit the “believer” market that’s thirsting for films that treat their faith with respect. And we get what? A lecture on environmentalism that begrudgingly has to include some kind of reference to God (because of the source material) and so they’re forced to compromise by using “creator” instead . How unexpected.
    Indeed…their “reasoning” is that they want to make the film “more universal”..meaning..it should appeal to non-religious people as well as the faithful. Fair enough I suppose but when you turn the lesson of the story of Noah on it’s head and omit God you’re not trying to be universal..you’re trying to avoid the religious subject matter.
    The important question is why? Aronofsky’s atheism is not enough of an answer. The film “The Gospel According to St. Matthew” was made by a staunch communist and yet it’s one of the best religious films of the twentieth century. It’s director saw Jesus as a hero of the poor and used his message as a “Trojan Horse” for his communist message. Which is not overt in the film at all.
    But Aronofsky has a contempt for the source material. He doesn’t like God to begin with. Why? Because God punsihed man with the flood because of man’s inquities..his depravations, his elevation of himself above God, his sexual perversities..God punished man for his sins. (And I know that using “man” in the way I do grates on the gender obsessed liberals reading this..) Now…Aronofsky can’t make a film that portrays this message..the real message of the story of Noah. Why? Well look at the homosexual agenda for example…to portray homosexuality and it’s sexual mores as sin is to go against the memes Aronofsky’s liberal kith and kin have been fomenting. Homosexuality’s sexual mores are to be portrayed as “normal, natural, unsinful and loving”. And so what is “sin” to a man like Aronofsky and his writer? Well…to dyed in the wool atheists and militant liberals it’s certainly not turning away from God..it’s man’s supposed sins against Gaia..the earth.
    VOILA….the movie Noah depicts a Mad Max style burned out apocalyptic waste land where man has exploited the land to the point of exhaustion, extracting resources from the earth invasively and without regard for it (fracking anyone?) the earth convulses and writhes in pain..and man eats meat (yes Aronofsky sees that as a sin too)…in fact the lead anatgonist of the film (the “bad guy”) quotes the Old Testament and asserts that God..sorry..”The creator”…gave man dominion over the land and the animals. And so….Aronfsky supplants God’s law with his own Man’s “law” and environmentalism and veganism are portrayed as “holy”. It’s the earth that reacts to man’s “fallen state”:…not God..sorry “The Creator” in Aronofsky’s movie and tries to cleanse itself of man. Why is this surprising to anyone that’s been paying attention to the liberal drumbeat? Man is a virus on the earth, he doesnt’ matter..abort him, sterilize him, get him under control.
    Seriously…what did you all expect from a liberal dufus like Aronofsky?

    Reply

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