Russell Crowe characterizes the film as a piece of work that will spawn discussion.
"You come out of this movie and you want to talk … about our stewardship of the earth, our relationship to animals, what is spirituality, who am I in this world – all these fantastic subjects for conversation," he said. "Art that can do that for people is a wonderful thing."
Directed by atheist Darren Aronofsky, the film includes evolution in its retelling the story of Noah and the great flood.
Incredible. My KJV bible says that God destroyed the world for the peoples sin and disOBedience. He saved Noah and his family because of his OBedience and trust in God and to use the animals to start anew after the flood waters receded. God is not concerned most about our stewardship of the earth. He gave US dominion over it and the animals. God clearly defined Spirituality as needing to worship HIM. It is not about who am I- rather it is about who is God? And how we should rely on him for salvation through His grace and trusting and OBeying HIM- not mother earth.
But this is what you get when an atheist is the director.
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