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Why is no one complaining about the incest in Noah?

imagesLike many people I saw Noah this weekend. It offered a middle ground somewhere between The Grand Budapest Hotel and Divergent and it seemed appropriate given the pouring rain.

The New York Times called Noah the “modernist rendering of the biblical flood.” Reviews are mixed (I love reading reviews and my personal favorite is “equal parts ridiculous and magnificent”) and some religious groups have their panties in a twist not so much over the cinematic liberties, but rather the sheer gall of including an environmental message and the fact the word “God” isn’t used in the film.

I did find it a little hard to suspend disbelief in the face of such impressive metallurgy just 10 generations from Adam. Also, the whole pregnancy test thing threw me. Noah’s wife is super alchemist who can diagnose pregnancy by pouring back wash from a cup over a leaf mixed with some kind of magical substance that might be gold (but it also seems to work as gunpowder, so that bit had me confused). Anyway, if the leaf turns into a ray of light you’re pregnant. No squinting for a blue line in the bronze age! I totally get they couldn’t sacrifice one of the two rabbits on board, but have the women tie reeds around their necks or something a little more bonze age than leaving viewers with the idea that there is enough hCG in spittle to transmutate a leaf.

I got past all the bizarre plot points (there are a lot, Aronofsky’s head must be a wild place) until they all hopped on the boat. There are 6 of them: Noah, his wife, his son Shem, Shem’s girlfriend, and Noah’s other two sons, Ham and Japheth. Yes, 4 men and 2 women are going to populate the world. This lack of a woman for Ham is a source of major friction throughout the movie and the poison comes to a head on the ark.

But just when you thought the reproductive math was creepy, it gets worse. Ila delivers twin girls during the 10 months or so they are at sea. Noah in a fit of madness or perhaps not understanding the Creator’s intent (open to interpretation) believes humanity should be wiped out so he must murder the two babies to end the lineage of man. No more women, no more babies. Noah’s wife tries to convince him otherwise, saying the Creator has provided what they “needed,” specifically two baby girls will marry their uncles and mankind will continue.

Yes, all the boys will have wives, it’s just two of the couples will be very closely related. And this is portrayed as the reasonable solution to sway a man from his madness.

Ugh. Ugh. Ugh.

I’m no biblical scholar, but there is nothing in the source material about Noah’s sons procreating with their nieces. I read several versions. In fact, in Genesis Noah’s sons had wives on the ark.

I get that family conflict was needed, but are ways to make a middle son hate his father and place every life at risk and not make incest part of the denouement especially if you’re imaginative enough to create angels who   come to earth to help mankind only to be trapped in rock and lava and devise mythical pregnancy tests. Incest is about as ugly as it gets and it takes the movie from a hot crazy mess to creepy.

It’s amazing to me that Paramount can be paranoid about what religious groups will think of the film, but show no concern about the implication of incest.

And it’s sad that all the people bitching about the so called anti-Christian agenda of the movie are fixated on Aranofsky’s atheism, his referencing a Creator instead of God, and the environmentalism but incest, meh, no worries.

Ugh indeed.



50 thoughts on “Why is no one complaining about the incest in Noah?

  1. I’ve not seen the film. I’m waiting for the one about Lot and his daughters. After they escape from the city, and Mrs Lot gets turned into salt, the daughters realise that their ol’ da is the only man left. So they do what any girl would, they get him drunk and rape him, one after the other.

    Posted by korhomme | March 31, 2014, 4:04 am
    • Interestingly, Abram (Abraham) and his nephew Lot were alive during the same time as Shem. Shem was their many-greats-grandfather, and the son of Noah. Lot’s daughters could (likely) have heard first-hand accounts of global destruction from Shem. They could also have heard from Arphaxad (Shem’s son) about the difficulties of having to marry near relatives due to there being nobody else in the world.
      Lot’s daughters lived in a world where global destruction is a definite possibility and reality. They did just witness actual fire and brimstone from heaven. They saw the wrath of God turn their disobedient mother into a pillar of salt. The very first command of God was to be fruitful and multiply.
      So, given Lot’s daughters’ history, situation, and knowledge, making babies with their father in a cave really is a pretty logical decision.

      Posted by Child of Noah | June 30, 2014, 11:06 pm
  2. Jen, you need to go back some time in that thar ol bible. Let’s venture to Genesis Chapter 4: “Adam[a] made love to his wife Eve, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Cain.[b] She said, “With the help of the Lord I have brought forth[c] a man.” 2 Later she gave birth to his brother Abel.”

    OK, there’s Eve and the 3 men folk. What happens next?

    Posted by rekster | March 31, 2014, 5:32 am
  3. With utmost respect to all : the Bible is written by men for men . Nothing to do with God .

    Posted by Jim | March 31, 2014, 6:30 am
    • Yes. They would never have offered two baby boys to be raped by their aunts in a mainstream film, but our cultural hatred of women is so extreme that it was fine to do this with two baby girls.

      Posted by B | April 15, 2014, 12:50 am
      • I saw this film as well and it is the BIGGEST lie and an utter lot of rubbish I have ever seen. This entire film was made to confuse people. Stone Giants helping to build the ark, Noah’s children all being teenagers, Noah wanting to kill the baby. Such a lot of crap. Read the Bible and you shall see the truth. There were 8 people on the Ark. Noah, his wife, their 3 sons and their wives.

        Posted by Badger | January 17, 2017, 4:29 pm
    • I just have to say that the Bible is meant to be an aid for mankind to live a peaceful life through the lessons/stories in the bible and an account of events witnessed by God deciples so we would have faith in the Lord in trying times. The Bible wasn’t written to be dissected it was to bring us together under one God and to love one another as we would want to be treated/loved.

      Posted by Megan | June 19, 2014, 11:06 pm
      • Your like a breath of fresh air. Your words are just delightful and uplifting thank you for sharing.

        Posted by Darla | January 22, 2016, 5:26 am
      • Have you really read your bible!? It most certainly does not say what you think it says.
        Most of the first half is about god’s people exterminating all the other tribes and keeping their girl children as sex slaves, and in the second half Jesus commands that his enemies are slain in front of him, and states clearly that he comes with a sword, not to bring peace, but to divide families.

        Numbers 31:17-18
        Luke 19:27
        Matthew 10:34

        Posted by Bob | March 21, 2018, 1:26 pm
  4. Now, now…you know how it works in the monotheistically-(de)’ranged minds…it ain’t a sin if ‘god’ sets it in motion. I always thought, back when I read the Bible, that Noah sounded like a dumb-ass; and if that was who the divinity picked to survive divine genocide it couldn’t be a very bright deity. They don’t need no stinkin’ genetics…

    Posted by syrbal-labrys | March 31, 2014, 8:40 am
    • ‘it aint a sing if ‘god’ sets it in motion’ If you actually understood the bible or monotheistic religion, then you’d know that isn’t the case at all for most monotheists. Also in the bible Noah was pretty much the only good person left in the world along with his family, and how exactly was he a dumb-ass?

      Posted by Mike | October 5, 2014, 11:54 am
      • I actually do understand monotheism and the Bible pretty well. And I don’t think I said anything at all about Noah, myself.

        The Bible basically is “us vs them”….with the Israelites being the “us” and everyone else being fair game; and even amongst the “chosen people” the women and girls were certainly treated less than human.

        As for “most monotheists”? Is that like the “not all men” hashtag? Because after 60+ years among monotheists as a female? I’ve got to say that most monotheists have been a thorn in my side, rain on my parade and a pain in my ass.

        Posted by syrbal-labrys | October 5, 2014, 1:03 pm
  5. So how is Noah’s sons having wives on the Ark less incesty in the long run? I mean each of Noah’s sons will have children with their wives and then with whom are Noah’s grandchildren going to have sex with but each other? Also how are the animals on the ark going to avoid in-breeding if there are only 2 of each and 14 of each birds and clean animals (I don’t remember what separated clean animals from the rest of the animal kingdom)?

    So I figured either the story of Noah was a metaphor like the rest of the Antediluvian period of the Bible or Noah’s descendents had in-breeding issues for the next couple of centuries.

    Posted by dmol8 | March 31, 2014, 9:06 am
  6. LOL!!! Yes you hit the nail on the head. And to add insult to injury, people are interested in this BS!! You have to give Hollywood credit for bringing this out during Lent, when the robots are all directed towards sacrificing and salvation. Let’s hear it for organized religion and the continued propaganda they continue to spew. I am so happy that someone had the courage to write about the truth about this garbage. It is insulting to one’s intelligence. If one where to have any intelligence that is.

    Posted by Antonia | March 31, 2014, 10:24 am
  7. It’s nice to see thoughtful analysis of the move rather than knee-jerk reactions from people who haven’t bothered to watch it. I think there are a couple of US states (including NY?) where an accommodation is made in the law for a man to marry his niece due to certain allowances and traditions in a branch of Judaism.

    Here’s an edited version of what I’d previously written about this general topic (incest in the Bible)…

    Considering the Bible as literature, which anyone can do whether they are a devout Christian, a Deist, a Hindu, an Atheist, or an Antitheist or take some other path, one can see that the Bible implies, outright portrays, and further addresses consanguineous sex.

    Frequently, someone will ask “Where did Cain get his wife?” or “Did Adam and Eve’s children have sex with each other?” or some variation. Whether someone considers this speculation about fanciful myths or actual history is irrelevant to analyzing what the text itself says.

    One common response says that there were other people aside from Adam and Eve, even claiming that Genesis 1:26-27 describes the creation of people other than Adam and Eve. That may work for someone who can find some other explanation for Genesis 3:20, which calls Eve the mother of all living, and other passages which indicate Adam and Eve were the parents of all humans.

    Romans 5 says that sin and death came into the world through one man, Adam, and 1 Corinthians 15 says that in Adam all die. These passages imply that the Bible portrays every human as a descendant of Adam. There’s a mention of Eve in the Apocrypha that agrees with this, in the prayer of Tobit (Tobit 8:6): “Thou madest Adam, and gavest him Eve his wife for a helper and a stay; of them came the seed of men…”

    That the Bible portrays Adam and Eve as the ancestors of all humans is the interpretation publicly affirmed by a diverse group of Bible enthusiasts, who often vehemently disagree with each other on other matters about what the Bible says. Some of those sources disagree very much on other aspects of Genesis, especially the first few chapters, but agree as to the Bible teaching that Adam and Eve are the ancestors of all humans (and please note that Genesis 5:4 says Adam, in addition to the named sons, had other sons and daughters), and so it appears that the Bible portrays the origin of human beings as the result of consanguineous (incestuous) sex. Adam and Eve’s children reproduced with each other, if not also Adam and Eve.

    It is also of note that the Bible portrays Noah, his wife, their three sons, and the sons’ wives were the only human beings left (at least in that part of the world) after The Flood. (Genesis 6:18, 7:7, 9:1,7,18-19). Whether or not the Bible allows for a “local” Flood and other human beings in other parts of the world, Genesis 6:19 portrays least the people in that part of the world as all descended from Noah’s family. That would mean that the area (or the entire world) was repopulated through pairing up people who were no more distant than first cousins, coming from a pool of no more than eight total ancestors (Noah, his wife, and the parents of each of Noah’s three sons.)

    In the Biblical narrative, it wasn’t until much later that the first prohibition was placed on incest, in Leviticus, along with many other prohibitions (prohibitions on mixing fabrics, for example) that may have been listed to distinguish Israel from the other nations/tribes surrounding it. The narrative describes tribes who have left Egypt, where incest was common and accepted, and surrounded by other nations/tribes where incest was common and accepted. These were laws for the ancient theocracy of Israel. Also of note is that the concept of rights for women and children was very different than it is now; same goes for protecting the elderly. There was no domestic violence shelter, no secular county or state department with social workers attempting to protect people against child abuse or elderly abuse. Children were literally the property of their parents to do with almost anything they wanted (note that the Torah says that parents must get permission from an authority to kill a disobedient child; presumably, there was no such requirement before.) As such, prohibitions on incest could have often been about preventing sexual assault or molestation.

    However, applying the Biblical prohibitions to consensual sex, very few people who consider the Bible as an authority in their lives actually live by Mosaic law, nor want Mosaic law as national or state/province law. Secular laws should not keep any consenting adults from having sex or getting married.

    Incest has always been a theme in literature and storytelling. See: Greek mythology. The fact is, incest has always been a part of life, in all socioeconomic and geographic areas. Even though a majority of people don’t get involved, enough people do get involved in consensual incest that you know people who are involved.

    Marrying a first cousin is legal and common in much of the world today, and for thousands of years most people married a first, second, or third cousin, once or twice removed or not.

    From the perspective of science, DNA reveals inbreeding, and thus incest, in our past. In some cases, it might have helped to spread helpful characteristics.

    Posted by Keith Pullman | April 1, 2014, 5:00 am
    • “…to spread helpful characteristics” Like what? Deformities, retardation?

      Posted by Freeda | April 3, 2014, 10:11 am
    • “Marrying a first cousin is legal and common in much of the world today…”

      It’s legal in the UK; and is, so I gather, common in Asian populations. The children of such marriages have a much higher incidence of genetic abnormalities; and because cousin marriage is frequent, the statistics are robust.

      Posted by korhomme | April 3, 2014, 2:11 pm
    • Wow, just wow! Which helpful characteristics are you alluding to: the ability to repopulate the earth in the event of a cataclysm? Your white-washing of incest is peculiar and extremely concerning.

      Posted by D.B.Samos | August 8, 2014, 7:43 pm
  8. I had no issue at all with the “environmentalist agenda” considering I am fairly certain that Noah was an environmentalist (with an agenda). My God is The Creator, so I have no problem with that.
    The rock-angel thing was a little weird, but I knew that was going to be there before I went to the movie so I didn’t let it bother me.
    The above items are not necessarily contrary to the bible. I have no problem with them.

    I don’t have a problem with the “incest” per se. Obviously, as pointed out by Mr. Pullman, there’s going to be some incest-ing going on to repopulate the earth.

    The major problem I had with the movie, the only thing I found contrary to the bible, was the people who got on the ark. The bible says that Noah and his wife, and his three sons and their wives got into the ark.
    I decided that maaaaaaaybe the movie stretched this. The three sons’ wives were all present, just inside one body at the time they boarded.
    I disagree, but I can almost swallow it.
    But then Tubal-Cain got on the ark. No. No he didn’t. The bible lists the eight people who got on the ark. Tubal-Cain is not one of them.

    Posted by Child of Noah | June 30, 2014, 11:30 pm
  9. Totaly agree with the OP.
    And here’s another one for you: How the hell are the animals supposed to reproduced in pairs when they obviously would have to eat one another to survive from the moment they are woken up. Food chain and all… Do they suddently decide to go vegan until the numbers become acceptable to begin lunchin? This would lead to serious species extinction from day1… Not everthinking it, it doesn’t take a genius to put 1+1.

    Posted by Yorick Nicholls | July 9, 2014, 4:53 am
    • In the initial presentation of the plan, God told Noah to take a pair of each, but after that, He said in detail in Genesis 7:2 “Take with you seven pairs of every kind of clean animal, a male and its mate, and one pair of every kind of unclean animal, a male and its mate, 3 and also seven pairs of every kind of bird, male and female, to keep their various kinds alive throughout the earth.”

      Posted by Sebastian | November 11, 2014, 1:30 am
  10. Yes, total disbelief there has been no righteous outrage, though, truth be told, the film suffers from a such a great deal of insipid barrenness perhaps it was viewed as just another critical shortcoming.
    It could also have to do with the preponderance of incest and familial sexual assault in society today and the media’s complicity in treating it in a banal manner. However, any casual reading of the academic literature regarding these pathological behaviors should cause the same amount of shuddering and revulsion as the repulsive acceptance of it in Noah.

    Posted by D.B.Samos | August 8, 2014, 7:40 pm
  11. I find it so funny how some of you have a hard time believing the film’s storyline but believe whole heartedly what is written in the bible. The bible is a piece of fiction written by men hundreds of years after the events supposedly happened. It is full of unbelievable stories as well as a lot of hate. I’m not saying there’s not a god, just that he had nothing to do with the bible. I don’t understand why people want to believe that Adam and Eve populated the earth through incest instead of evolution.

    Posted by Tom Iversen | August 20, 2014, 5:56 am
    • “The bible is a piece of fiction written by men hundreds of years after the events supposedly happened. It is full of unbelievable stories as well as a lot of hate.”

      Really? Did you found that by yourself, from other movies, or from atheist sites? Did you even bother to read it?

      Don’t you find it funny believing that “evolution” cared about incest?
      I don’t understand why people don’t think.

      Posted by Sebastian | November 11, 2014, 1:33 am
  12. This movie seemed to have gotten lost and confused after the girl met up with grandfather “Adam ” in the woods looking for a berry… It seems as if the writer just picked random ideas out of a pot to go with. The incest confused me. But Adam and Eve had 3 sons… No girls… Where did other humans evolve from? Did Cain able and Seth sleep with their own mother?

    Posted by Jack pollock | August 28, 2014, 12:51 pm
    • cain killed able then got materialised to girls for cain and seth to have kids with then their kids had kids with their cousins which at the old time was normal and still normal in some countries and from there on they had kids with their second cousins and so on


      adam and eve story is just an example god made multiple pairs around the earth that populated it and the and am and eve story is just an example of one of the couples

      im a genius arent i

      Posted by Gahish Gahbo | September 7, 2014, 7:20 am
    • In genealogies they used to mention only the males, because they will become heads of families. Adam and Eve had daughters, too. It is even mentioned somewhere “they had sons and daughters”.

      Posted by Sebastian | November 11, 2014, 12:59 am
    • Gen 5: 3-4 …

      Posted by bc | December 30, 2014, 2:50 pm
  13. If you read the Bible Ham, Shem and Japheth had their wives in the ark as well as Noah and his wife.

    Posted by Jean Denis | November 27, 2014, 10:14 am
  14. Ugh…

    Incest is wrong…plain and simple.

    All these stories contradict themselves because of that one simple fact.

    I don’t care what you believe.

    But to say we were all repopulated by incest is just rediculious…

    That would not explain all different races if in a sense we are all “related” to each other..

    I really wish society as a whole would learn to give up all this religion and learn to co-exist, and just admit that none of us will ever have the real answers, if any, until we die.

    Posted by Jon | January 20, 2015, 2:42 am
  15. Hi

    The biblical world view is opposite the darwininian world view. In the biblical account humans started out perfect with no harmful genetic mutations and had lifespans of almost 1000 years. The genealogy of Genesis States that things like iron working, animal husbandry, city building and music arose very quickly presumably because the antideluvians were almost godlike in comparison to modern man with its large genetic load of harmful mutations. Incest is bad because defects are usually recessive and require both parents to pass the bad gene on. Close relatives are much more likely to have the same harmful mutations. In the antideluvian world there would have been far less harmful mutations as defects are copying errors from generation to generation. With far less generations there wouldn’t be that many copying errors in the human gene pool and as such producing offspring with a close relative would not be a problem. Incest wasn’t actually forbidden until the mosaic law was passed down around 1400 BCE. When presumably the harmful mutations built up to a dangerous level.

    You don’t have to accept that the Genesis account is true but that is the world view it presents.

    Posted by Trevor | March 30, 2015, 12:24 pm
  16. The movie didn’t follow pretty much anything in Genesis and all 3 sons had wives. In the Biblical narrative man was created perfect and therefore had a very small genetic load of harmful mutations by the time of the flood–(note the record of vast lifespans of close to 1000 years and a technological explosion and the genius of Antideluvian men)–therefore marrying a close relative was not a risky affair. Marrying close relatives was not outlawed until the Mosaic Law was handed down. Noah’s descendants were marrying cousins. Genesis also records Isaac marrying his first cousin and Abraham marrying his half sister Sarah. If you go back to Adam and Eve then logically their children were marrying their siblings. If there was no taboo against marrying close relatives, there would be no Ugh reactions for them.

    Posted by Trevor | May 23, 2015, 12:22 am
  17. Have you read the book of Genesis? Incest, left and right. Abraham marries his sister, Sarah. When he is finding a wife for his son, he makes his servant swear to him that his son will marry within his kingroup, so Isaac marries his cousin. There are many more instances like those. The movie really isn’t crossing a boundary in that regard that the Bible hasn’t already crossed.

    For more info:

    Posted by Noe | October 24, 2015, 3:02 pm
  18. …. When humans first appeared it was common necessity to have to do that. Natural to obtain a solid population. There are examples of incest in nearly every ancient society. Royalty used to marry only those of their own bloodline at certain points to keep their lineage ‘pure’.

    Posted by Ange | December 14, 2015, 4:02 am
  19. You have to remember that jesus was born out of Immaculate conception. Given the idea of incest never really being discussed in the bible, wouldnt it be a more correct assumption that until there were enough people to populate the world without incestual actions that all babies were created by immaculate conception. And another point to make that Shem’s wife was barren so how did she fall pregnant?

    Posted by Luke | December 14, 2015, 2:09 pm
  20. Well the Bible nods to incest multiple times. Regardless of its veracity the story of the civilization based on the Bible started with incest. No not with Adam’s sons as they apparently went to the land of men and took wives yet we are led to believe they (Adam and Eve) were the first man and woman(one then had to infer subtext that Adam and Eve were not indeed the first actual people but the first made in “God’s” perfect image). Who were then corrupted but the evil presence. Thus ushering in the coming of the cleansing flood and thus our subject Noah. If the Bible is indeed accurate then incest is where we all come from. However it’s only cousin lovin’ so that’s OK and totally acceptable in Christianity (because the Bible said it is). The argument being it’s the old testament and “things were different then” (the world was “pure”).

    I was raised in a Christian home and had to study the Bible and two things among many always confused me. These two things never had an answer and to this day there is no answer. One has been addressed but no proof nor concensus has been reached regarding it.

    My first question was dinosaurs. Why no mention to them? I thought all creatures were created by “God” however in the Bible no mention of the time of dinosaurs is ever made. Some sources suggest the leviathan mentioned is meant to encompass all dinosaurs. I simply don’t buy it. The second question was if Noah and his family were the only ones spared from the flood does that not mean we came from incest. No one who believes in the Bible can deny it lest they call in to question their entire religion.

    The simple truth is the book title the Holy Bible was a collection of stories agreed upon by the council of Nicea. Men decided the origins of Christianity Men decided who was devine and who was not. Men created Christianity and men used/use Christianity to control the masses. Thus the phrase “Opiate for the Masses”. The more people who follow your religion the more people you control by what you decree in your god’s name. Truth is Christianity is not a thinking man’s religion. The only way to be a Christian is to purposefully blind to facts and to follow blindly whatever you are told.

    So the reason why no one is complaining about the incest in the movie is because to do so would call their entire religion in to question. Which would cause their own faith to waiver.

    Posted by Ryan | April 1, 2016, 8:51 pm
    • It should be said that not only Christianity but all religion is a way to control the masses.

      Posted by Ryan | April 1, 2016, 10:18 pm
      • The truth is you have not studied the bible as thoroughly as you may think. The answers are there to both your questions and are elementary in the scope of the more broader deeper truths presented in the bible. Literate bible students understand that incest was prevalent and due to the purity of the gene pool find no problem with procreation early on. The Bible doesn’t speak to the age of the universe or the earth for that matter and was never intended to. Dinosaurs aren’t mentioned because the Genesis account is a chirological not chronological way of expressing and remembering God’s prowess in creation. The Christian faith is not a blind faith and is steeped in much evidence and logic. The credibility of the bible has been validated through many historical and archeological finds. In this age of scientific enlighten the evidence cannot be denied. This is why many people follow the christian faith. Many who study the evidence and not just the text are compelled to conclude that the origin of the bible is divinely inspired as apposed to man made. You may need to deeply research more before writing Christ off. Your souls eternity is at stake and that’s worth it.

        Posted by Windel | July 10, 2016, 10:45 am
  21. It’s so funny reading the majority of these comments and of course the article itself.
    It’s all fairy tales, so to criticise an embellishment or two, in a fantastical tale is truly ludicrous….

    Posted by Bill | August 27, 2016, 2:13 pm
  22. This movie was not based on the Bible’s account at all. The names were about the only thing close.

    Posted by Paula | June 4, 2017, 10:21 am
  23. This is quite puzzling! So did Noah’s grandchildren have relations with each other in order to reproduce the population?

    Posted by Nancy | October 6, 2017, 5:15 am
  24. The entire movie story was made up. Actually as per Bible noah, his wife and there sons and wife’s entered the arc. The girl friend and children story was cooked up by director for a movie touch. Also the pregnancy test also was a made up for the enjoyment of movie.

    Posted by Mathews Varghese | November 27, 2017, 2:28 am
  25. Oh boy….you know what? I just watched and enjoyed the movie. It wasn’t fantastic, but it wasn’t horrible either. Stop reading into everything, just enjoy. If you didn’t like it! You move on. Stop hating & judging… pretty sure it’s a sin. Making movies is a form of art and expression. Yes, also can be BASED on a true story. Based, is the word and exactly what has happened in this movie. It’s been recreated and a telling from someone new. Would you watch the same story using the same script over and over with just different actors??
    And maybe they didn’t use God for a reason! That reason being….It’s not the true “telling” from the bible.
    I feel their decision was respectful.
    From the 10 commandments…do not misuse the name of God!

    Posted by Corrina Campbell | January 29, 2018, 12:38 am


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