Genre: Speculative Fiction, Western Publisher: Marcher Lord Press Publication Date: July 2013 Reviewed by Josh Olds QUICK HIT – A western with more than a dash of weird, Schooley’s long-awaited third novel is wildly different than his previous offerings. Fun, engaging, but not quite the level of his first two novels. It’s the late eighteen […]
Part 1 about the Watchers. Part 2 about Noah. Part 3 about Tubal-Cain. Part 4 about God. When I went into the theater to watch NOAH last Saturday, I didn’t know that my thoughts on it would span five blog posts, five thousand words, and three hours worth of discussion with my youth group. All […]
This one’s less intense a read than the other three criticisms and perhaps the one part in which I feel like there can/should be more discussion. NOAH refrained from commenting directly on the character of God, instead choosing to portray him from the vantage point of the main characters. How do you think NOAH portrayed God?
Read part 1 about The Watchers or part 2 about Noah. One of the most interesting characters in the novel is Tubal-Cain, the movie’s antagonist and Noah’s antithesis. I’ve not heard a lot of criticism about Tubal-Cain, but I have to include him in this discussion because he is representative of all of humanity save […]