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One Million Moms Calls For Christian Boycott Of Noah For Biblical Heresy

 Via email from One Million Moms:
Joe, Leading Christians who are faithful to God's biblical account of the story of the flood are giving grave warnings regarding Hollywood's worldly offering of "Noah." Ken Ham writes an eye-opening forewarning that "there is barely a hint of biblical fidelity in this film. It is an unbiblical, pagan film from its start." You can read his entire opinion piece in Time magazine. AFA strongly urges Christians to reject Hollywood's "Noah" and seek truth instead of fiction for these reasons: 1) The Hollywood version is heretical doctrine. Even its producer, avowed atheist Darren Aronofsky, admits his movie is "the least biblical biblical film ever made." 2) Christians and non-Christians will be deceived. It distorts the godly character of Noah. (Noah gets the idea to build the ark from a magic potion, rather than from God.) 3) Noah" was designed to be entertainment, rather than an inspirational film. In short, it's just plain Hollywood.
The email closes with a pitch to buy their DVD of a totally factually accurate telling of the Noah fable. The American Family Association only wants five bucks for the DVD, probably because that 30-minute "documentary" has already been posted in full to YouTube. Trailer below.

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