Length: 30 minutes
This is not the Hollywood version of Noah starring Russell Crowe.
But rather, it is a half-hour film by Ray Comfort about the Biblical Noah and the last days prophecies.
In the time of Noah, people were going about their daily lives, not mindful of the impending destruction. Like them, are we ignoring warnings of God’s coming judgment?
The Bible gives us clear signs of the last days. Did you know the Scriptures say we will see:
– Flippant use of God’s name
– Money-hungry preachers and rampant hypocrisy in the church
– Wars and rumors of wars
– An acceptance of homosexuality
– Denial of a global flood
But surely no educated person could believe that Noah and his ark ever really existed. Wouldn’t it be impossible to fit millions of species of animals into one boat? And what evidence is there (if any) for a worldwide catastrophic flood?
However…what if it did all happen exactly as the Bible says? What would that mean? Who was Noah, and why is the amazing account of his life so relevant to you in the 21st century?
Don’t be caught unaware. Time may be very short. Will you be ready?
“A powerful evangelistic tool.” Ken Ham, President, Answers in Genesis and the Ark Encounter
“Inspiring and convicting!” Eric Hovind, President, Creation Today
“Timely and effective . . . I heartily recommend this film.” Paul Washer, President, HeartCry Missionary Society
“If you are fascinated by Bible prophecy — particularly last day’s events, you are going to love this eye-opening and convicting movie.” Joseph Farah, CEO, WorldNetDaily
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