Tag Archives: Noah

The Bible Says What? “The Arc of the Covenant” (Genesis 6:5-Genesis 19) #3

You know the posts that lead off with “10 Ways to Make Your Body Look Good in Under 20 Minutes” or “See What that Puppy Did to Save a Life”? Well, someone just clicked on this just to scroll down … Continue reading

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My [Definitive] Best Of 2014 (Movies, Books, & TV)

One friend challenged me to read fifty books this year; another asked me what my movie-to-book ratio was- said there was no way I actually read that many books with the movies I review regularly. So this year, I kept … Continue reading

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A History of Trees: Genesis 6:9-22 (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

One fall day, a young boy tagged along to his father’s greenhouse. There, he marveled at his father’s work, the greenery and flowers, the stages of plant life, and the woodwork that his father did as a hobby. Entering for the first … Continue reading

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Noah: One-On-One With Screenwriter Ari Handel (Interview)

I don’t think I’ve been this nervous for an interview in awhile. I’ve asked questions of the designer of the 2012 Olympic medals, well-known musicians, professional athletes, authors, and others. But to get time with Ari Handel, screenwriting partner of … Continue reading

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Noah: A Second Look (Movie Analysis)

I’ll assume that you’ve already read this if you’re coming back for more on Noah, that you’ve seen the movie and any spoilers I drop here are not going to ruin your experience. I’ll also assume that you are potentially of … Continue reading

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Noah: What We Might Learn (Movie Analysis)

What do The Last Temptation of Christ, The Life of Brian, The Passion of the Christ, and Bruce Almighty have in common? Some Christians found the films wildly offensive; some found meaning and a deeper understanding of aspects of their faith by watching. Personally, I’m … Continue reading

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Brian Godawa On Noah: “Respect The Story” (Interview)

Brian Godawa is the author of the Chronicles of the Nephilim series, screenwriter of To End All Wars and The Visitation, and blogger at Godawa.com. But who is Brian Godawa and why does he care so deeply about Noah? This week, the author/speaker/theologian sat down to … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: You Want Me To What???

I’d recommend you read Genesis 6-9 before you read this. Or you could just keep it handy. Or read this and wonder what I’m talking about. Anyway… Noah seemed like a good idea… and then Friday it rained and rained … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Tragedy & The Presence Of God

Disclaimer: If you’re a member of my congregation coming to church this Sunday, don’t read this. Or do, if you need to hear it again! There’s nothing that makes me angrier than bad theology. Than seeing something that the Church … Continue reading

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Hating On “The Bible” Miniseries

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I’m skeptical of media that barely dresses up a point of view with a few tidbits of action, drama, or acting, barely concealing that it is a diatribe against this or … Continue reading

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