"Noah Releasing the Dove" by Marc Chagall For those not familiar with the Old Testament, this painting is based on Genesis 8:6-12: "After forty days Noah opened a window he had made in the ark and sent out a raven, and it kept flying back and forth until the water had dried up from the earth. Then … Continue reading Imagining the dark days of Noah
Climate change skepticism is nothing new. Noah had to contend with it as well.
Searching for some Noah inspired art I came across these images of the Fall on TwitchFilm.com. Apparently they're connected to Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky. Here's the commentary: "A script Aronofsky was developing a couple years back, Noah is a story that the director describes as an eco-apocalypse - one that uses Biblical themes and … Continue reading Noah: The Eco Apocalypse
In case anyone was wondering, no I wasn't blogging during Earth Hour last night. That last post was pre-written and pre-programmed to launch while I was otherwise occupied. What I was actually doing was having a relaxing chat with my wife and elder son by candlelight in our dining area after our younger son went … Continue reading Earth Hour Reflections
I made some comments to Sun Warrior earlier this evening that I thought deserved a wider screening. I have been speaking of heroes in my recent post and I was reminded last night that Noah needs to be remembered as one of many heroes for green Christians. The flood story of Genesis is a story … Continue reading Noah the Greenie