I haven’t seen the movie, but apparently all of Christendom is upset because it wasn’t the Gospel.
That’s got me upset with Christendom.
Of course it wasn’t a reflection of Gospel. It was a movie, intended to make millions. Christians are mad there were ‘rock monsters’? Really? Do you think that’s hard to believe? The Bible says Noah was 950 years old. If Noah were alive today and were to die tomorrow, his birthday would have been in 1064.
Both are pretty cool concepts, but I don’t know if I can believe either of those to be factual. Does that make me a Not-a-Christian? Let’s find out!
I read a great article by Cole NeSmith. I liked all of it, but I loved one thing he brought up: "There is a vast difference between truth and fact".
Art means something different to everyone. Art expresses truth. I am a man of Faith, so there are two big things I believe to be truths:
- Our God is full of Glory.
- We have fallen from perfect union with God.
Anytime I’m interacting with art, if it’s mine, a friend’s or a stranger’s, it’s through the lens of my faith, and ultimately the message I receive is a reflection of one or both of these truths. Good art does it authentically, that’s why it’s good.
The coolest thing? God doesn’t even