February 24, 2014

Darren Aronofsky's Noah Is A Real Con Job Says Ken Ham

The film Noah by director Darren Aronofsky will be hitting theaters in the United States on March 28, 2014. And well-known creationist Ken Ham doesn't want you to see it. In an article he penned for the Answers In Genesis website, he listed some of the reasons why he thinks that the upcoming film is a "real con job" and that it would be unwise for people to bring their families and kids to see it. His reasons include the following: wrong number of people aboard the ark, "every species was crammed in the Ark instead of just the kinds of animals", rocks helped Noah build the ark, and Tubal-cain eating hibernating lizards, among others.

Ham didn't yet see the film. The things he listed came from what he saw in the official trailer and from what friends of his told him. These friends, he says, have seen a rough cut of the film. They could be among those who saw test screenings of the film back in October of 2013.

Ham ended his critic of the film with the following: "Now, I do recognize that God is Sovereign and He can even use this Hollywood production to cause people be directed to His Word. Let’s pray that despite the unbiblical nature of this movie, that God will move hearts to seek Him."

Here's the trailer for the film:


Here's the poster:





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