1. FilmTalk Bible Study - Based on the Movie


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    When judgment comes, how will you ride it out?
    This study, based on Noah, examines the reality and consequences of sin, God's faithful warning of the wicked, how God communicates to His people, the perils of judgment, and the wonder of redemption.
    Film Synopsis: DISCLAIMER: This Bible study is not an endorsement of >. Rather, it is designed to reveal historical and theological errors in the film. Since millions will see , we wanted to use this deeply flawed film to drive people to the Scriptures to discover the truth about sin, warning, judgement, redemption, and restoration. There isn't enough space to confront all of 's issues: Noah's kids are young and only one has a wife; fallen angels are imprisoned on earth in bodies of rock; Methuselah was a kind of trickster shaman; the earth was formed through theistic evolution, etc. We chose to emphasize the key elements regarding sin and redemption, and hope you find this study a useful tool.

    is a retelling of the flood story from Genesis. In this version, the earth is a wasteland due to humans failing to care for the earth. The tribe of Cain has grown, clear-cut the land, strip mined, slaughtered animals, and built industrialized cities that require fuel from the ground.

    Against the tribe of Cain is the sole-suviving member of the tribe of Seth, keeper of the covenant of God. Noah, the patriarch, lives off the land, taking only what he needs to feed his wife, sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth, and Ila, the wife of Shem.

    Inevitably, confrontations arise between the tribes, and Noah has a vision that the Creator intends to wipe humanity from the face of the Earth. Aided by the Watchers -- fallen angels who have an interest in humanity -- he builds an ark, which God fills with animals in anticipation of the great deluge.

    Noah's nemesis, Tubal-Cain, tries to thwart the Creator's plan, undermine Noah's family by influencing Ham, and take the ark for his own. When the flood does come, Tubal-Cain stows away and rides out the storm.

    What follows is a tale of tortured redemption. Noah must decide whether humanity is worth saving, or if only the animals should inherit the Earth.
    Genre: Drama
    Rating: PG-13
    Content Advisory: Noah contains violence, catastrophe, and some sensuality.
    A FilmTalk Movie Bible Study examines five different spiritual, moral, or ethical issues from the movie. Each section of the Bible Study opens by posing questions about characters, scenes, or themes from the film. Next, students encounter relevant Bible passages, with each section ending with discussions about how God’s Word explains those issues and guides our thoughts and behavior.

    This FilmTalk Movie Bible Study comes complete with:
    Leader's Guide with preparation notes
    Student Study with plenty of room to write
    Leader's Prep page that has general study tips, a content advisory for the film, and a detailed synopsis of the film

    Warning – The Leader’s Prep Guide does include spoilers, so reference it after the film if you haven’t already seen it. Movie Bible Study recommends Study Leaders preview the film before selecting for study to make sure the material is age-appropriate for your group.

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