Evangelical video blasts Hollywood’s ‘Noah’ film, fails to satisfy

This is just a screen capture.
This is just a screen capture.

Evangelical televangelist Ray Comfort produced a 30-minute video and released it on YouTube as a response, apparently, to the Russell-Crowe version of Noah. It talked so much about the signs of the last times, I quit before I got to the nine-minute mark.

I don’t know Comfort’s specific tenets, but it gave the impression he’s a premillenialist of some sort.

Much of the video that I saw recorded one of his people sticking a microphone in people’s faces.

Some of the answers people gave were intriguing, but what Comfort’s organization calls a movie doesn’t live up to the name.

You’re welcome to watch it, but don’t say I didn’t warn you that it doesn’t really satisfy.

I expect that Hollywood will mangle the Noah story, but this video, as far as I saw it, won’t help people understand it any better.

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J. Randal Matheny

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