DROWNING NOAH’S ARK: 10 Things That Russell Crowe’s Movie Got Terribly Wrong

"Abraham and Isaac" by Rembrandt

“Abraham and Isaac” by Rembrandt. Source: Wikimedia

The 2014 film “Noah” is a loose adaptation of the story of Noah’s Ark – “loose” being the operative word here. Whilst one cannot argue that it was an epic and spectacular couple of hours, the film has faced a lot of criticism from religious viewers, and we believe that it was justified. Here are the ten things that Noah got so spectacularly wrong (warning – spoilers!):


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Abraham and Isaac parallels

Most of you are familiar with the story of Abraham’s sacrifice. The film seemingly draws parallels between that story and the story of Noah – Noah considers sacrificing his two granddaughters (Emma Watson’s character’s kids) to God. There’s no mention of this anywhere in Genesis, however.

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