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Predating christianity

The film, based on the biblical story in Genesis of Noah's Ark and the Great Flood, arrived amid a deluge of outrage from religious groups.

Listening to religious people, you'd hear how people need religion's instructions, or else we'd be morally clueless.

God comes first, then God's Law comes to humanity, and only then can people be good.

In this particular entry, I’m going to address the issue and hopefully will establish beyond the shadow of a doubt how ludicrous this assumption is.

If there are other religions that are older, then this supposedly undermines Christianity, as people were supposedly practicing other religious systems beforehand.

Some Christians fumed at the film’s straying from biblical Scripture.

Meanwhile, a host of Muslim-majority countries banned from screening in theaters because representations of Noah, a prophet of God in the Koran, are considered blasphemous.

Some of these scholars have proposed a model which envisions a twin birth of Proto-orthodox Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism rather than a separation of the former from the latter.