What Would Jesus Watch – 2: Noah

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Ah, Noah. The classic Biblical tale of a man called by The Creator to rescue the animals of the Earth from a great flood on an ark he builds with giant rock monsters.

Wait, what?

On this week’s episode of “What Would Jesus Watch?”, Alex and Kate tackle to the 2014 epic “Noah” starring Russell Crowe and Emma Watson. It’s a Biblical movie that never mentions the word “God” and feels more like a Marvel movie than a faith-based one. But that might not be such a bad thing as our hosts discover. Find out how they felt about all the liberties the film takes with the classic story, the hidden agendas at play, the role of women in the film and why they’d pay to see a Methuselah spin-off. Plus hear why they think a movie like “Noah” can bring more people to the Bible than a typical traditional telling of the story.

If you haven’t seen “Noah” before you’ll definitely still be able to enjoy the podcast. But if you’d like to prepare before watching you can check out the trailer below and find the movie on Netflix, Amazon and most other streaming services:

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