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Published On: Mon, Apr 14th, 2014

‘Noah: The True Story’ author Dr Joel McDurmon discusses theology of ‘Noah,’ the new film

Noah: The True Story examines the Noah story from the Bible, explaining the event as one of hope and rebirth rather than the doomsday tale presented by director Darren Aronofsky in the new Noah film.

Noah The True Story Joel McDurmonAuthor Dr. Joel McDurmon discusses his book with The Global Dispatch/Dispatch Radio

McDurmon has a PhD in Theology from Pretoria University and is the Director of Research for American Vision. He is a great voice in the topic of Noah, the valid arguments for and against Noah the film and what the true message of the flood really is for Christians.

A recent poll revealed facts about Christians wanting faith based films to strictly follow scripture, so the topic was also included throughout the discussion.

More on that survey HERE

One of the highlights of the interview is McDurmon comparing Noah’s age to modern culture and how the deeper messages of pushing through the storm can speak to Christians today.

Listen to the full interview below.

Visit AmericanVision.org HERE

Get your copy of Noah: The True Story HERE

Check out other great books by Dr. McDurmon HERE

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