Contact: Rick Dack, Defending the Bible Int'l, 763-913-0351

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., March 27, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ -- Noah is told by God to build an Ark in order to save his family from a global flood. Not a difficult story to decipher. Why is Hollywood unable to? Many of today's films have supernatural/disaster themes (Jupiter Ascending, The Avengers: Age of Ultron – May 2015), why can't Hollywood employ the same rationale to the Bible? Are movie studio executives and television networks unable to re-create Noah's story (unlikely), do they have a desire to reinterpret Genesis or a personal hostility towards God and the Bible? You be the judge…
 
  • Noah was attacked by a lion and gardened with Satan - apparently Noah's sinful nature (A&E/The Biography Channel).
     
  • Exploding rock monsters helped Noah build the ark. Methuselah had magical powers. Noah wanted his grandchildren dead (Noah, theatrical film).
     
  • Noah adopted a fourth son named Kenan (Islamic origins). Noah's family thought he was mentally ill because he was building an Ark (Noah's Ark, UP Network).
     
  • Noah's frustrations with no rain prompted God to send the flood. Many villagers including Noah, his family and the animals boarded the Ark (Noah's Ark, UP Network).
     
  • Moses stole the flood story from pagans. Noah sold beer and animals (The Discovery Channel).
     
  • Noah's Ark broke apart and sunk (The Discovery Channel).
     
  • Noah's hometown was Sodom. He was nearly burned alive on a volcanic mountain. Noah was an insane drunk (NBC's Noah's Ark).
     
  • Noah's Ark was almost burned and destroyed by Lot's (?) terrorist Navy. Noah didn't build the Ark - God did (NBC's Noah's Ark). 
     
  • Noah was a foul-mouthed jerk (Family Guy, FOX).
     
  • Noah was born a circumcised albino - immediately after his birth he prayed (A&E/The Biography Channel).
     
  • Noah was insensitive and cruel (Muppets from Space, theatrical film).
     
  • "There is no boat there (on Ararat) and there never has been" (The Discovery Channel).
 
What do you believe about Noah's Ark? Have you ever studied the Gilgamesh Epic, non-biblical rabbinical writings or the beliefs of those who create "supposed" Bible films? Have you researched how Bible characters are portrayed in films/television programs (Muppets from Space, Family Guy etc.) and how they may affect your family's beliefs? Knowledge of these materials is essential in defending the Christian faith, stated Rick Dack of Defending the Bible International (www.defendingthebible.com). Has your Pastor and Principal addressed media Bible myths and offered a defense of the scriptures? If not, your church and school needs to invite Defending the Bible Int'l. This ministry's "Biographies of the Bible" classes and presentations supply all the answers you will ever need in defense of the scriptures. These classes also include 3D animations of Bible sites, Hollywood stories of faith, archaeological biographies of Bible characters and more. Check out www.defendingthebible.com for class information on over thirty topics including Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark, Joseph, Samson, David and Goliath, Daniel, the Nativity, the Resurrection, Acts and more!